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Michael Bay, stars of ‘Ambulance’ rock red carpet at South Florida premiere of new action thriller – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

MIAMI (WSVN) – Prolific movie director and part-time Miami Beach resident Michael Bay joined the stars of his new action thriller on the red carpet at the film’s South Florida premiere.

Tuesday evening, 7News cameras captured the “Armageddon” director posing for photos exterior the Silverspot Cinema in downtown Miami.

Bay was accompanied by two of the stars of his explosive new film, “Ambulance”: Yahya Abdul-Mateen and Eiza González.

González stated red carpet premieres within the Magic City are particular.

“No one does it like people from Miami,” she stated.

Bay’s action-packed heist flick screened in Auditorium 13 at the multiplex.

Prior to showtime, Bay mirrored on some of the themes explored within the new launch.

“I think we all fantasize about robbing banks, OK?” he stated.

When requested to elaborate on what that claims about humankind, Bay replied, “I don’t know, but people are fascinated with crime.”

Abdul-Mateen performs Will, who wants lots of of hundreds of {dollars} to pay for his spouse’s medical bills.

“Tough times for really good people, so that a lot of people in the world can relate to right now,” he stated.

Will is satisfied by his adoptive brother Danny, performed by Jake Gyllenhaal, that robbing a financial institution is a good suggestion. For $32 million, no much less.

“Drastic times call for drastic measures. Rather than living it out in real life, we get to live it out in the picture world,” stated Abdul-Mateen.

It’s not a talent that the star of the 2021 “Candyman” stated he plans on utilizing whereas he’s in South Florida.

“Nope, nope, nope. I don’t think so. I think I learned my lesson,” he stated.

Tuesday evening’s premiere harked again to pre-pandemic showbiz glam.

“It’s lovely. I’m also so excited to be in Miami. I haven’t been to Miami for such a long time,” stated González.

González performs Cam, a paramedic who goes on a wild journey, making life-and-death choice after Danny and Will’s plan goes haywire and so they hijack her ambulance.

González stated the talents she discovered whereas making the movie may simply come in useful.

“I did learn a little party trick here or two that I could apply on a daily basis now,” she stated.

Bay wished to verify to emphasise that “Ambulance” isn’t simply all explosions.

“I keep seeing older women who are not into action movies, they love this movie,” he stated.

Although, there’s lots of the kinetic stuff for which the “Transformers” director is finest identified.

“It’s a very fast-paced movie that doesn’t let up,” he stated.

When requested who may pull off one thing just like the film’s financial institution theft and getaway in actual life — not that they need to — González replied, “Definitely me. [My co-stars are] more cautious; they’re good boys. I’m not such a good girl. I love living my life on the edge, you know? You’ve got to have more fun.”

“Ambulance” accelerates into theaters on Friday.

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