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Jake Gyllenhaal gets into character as he prepares to rob a bank on the set of the  Ambulance

Jake Gyllenhaal gets into character as he prepares to rob a bank on the set of the upcoming Michael Bay-directed action thriller Ambulance

Jake Gyllenhaal looked devilishly handsome in a beige suit as he prepared to shoot an intense bank robbery scene for his upcoming film, Ambulance, on Thursday.

While plot details of the Michael Bay-directed action thriller have been kept largely under wraps, The Hollywood Reporter previously revealed the project will focus on two brothers stealing an ambulance with a ‘female paramedic and a patient in critical condition inside.’

The 40-year-old actor, who will star as the older brother, looked at ease as he got into character on set in downtown Los Angeles

Bank heist: Jake Gyllenhaal looked devilishly handsome in a beige suit as he prepared to shoot an intense bank robbery scene for his upcoming film, Ambulance, on Thursday

Moments before gearing up to get in front of the camera, Gyllenhaal could be seen smiling and wearing a gold name tag as he stood inside the LA Federal Bank & Trust. 

Until it was necessary for him to remove his face mask for a scene, the star kept his mouth and nose covered amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  

His sighting came as news broke that actors Garret Dillahunt, A Martinez, Keir O’Donnell and Moses Ingram would be joining him, Eiza Gonzalez and Yahya Abdul-Mateen as part of the star-studded cast.  

Ready to film: The 40-year-old actor, who will star as the older brother, looked at ease as he got into character on set at LA Federal Bank & Trust in downtown Los Angeles

Ready to film: The 40-year-old actor, who will star as the older brother, looked at ease as he got into character on set at LA Federal Bank & Trust in downtown Los Angeles

Star-studded cast: He was joining his co-stars Eiza Gonzalez and Yahya Abdul-Mateen for work on the upcoming project

Impressive: Michae Bayl is directing the remake from a screenplay by Chris Fedak who has written on such shows as Chuck and DC's Legends Of Tomorrow.

While plot details of the Michael Bay-directed action thriller have been kept largely under wraps, The Hollywood Reporter previously revealed the project will focus on two brothers stealing an ambulance with a ‘female paramedic and a patient in critical condition inside’

In addition to the casting update, Deadline reported that the feature is ‘expected to be in the spirit of such 1990s action pics Speed and Bad Boys.’

It is based on a 2005 Danish film of the same name about siblings who steal an ambulance with a patient still in it as their getaway car from a heist.

Bay is directing the remake from a screenplay by Chris Fedak, who has written on such shows as Chuck and DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow. 

Staying safe: Until it was necessary for him to remove his face mask for a scene, the star kept his mouth and nose covered amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Staying safe: Until it was necessary for him to remove his face mask for a scene, the star kept his mouth and nose covered amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

This week, Gyllenhaal also celebrated the the 20th anniversary of the now classic sci-fi epic, Donnie Darko. 

‘Pulled out my script and some artifacts from Donnie Darko… It was released 20 years ago today,’ Jake captioned a gallery post showing images of a tattered binder containing his note-filled script from the movie.

‘It’s a film that changed my life and my career and it’s been unreal to watch this story find afterlives with new audiences and new generations,’ he continued.

Wow: This week, Gyllenhaal also celebrated the the 20th anniversary of the now classic sci-fi epic, Donnie Darko

Wow: This week, Gyllenhaal also celebrated the the 20th anniversary of the now classic sci-fi epic, Donnie Darko

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