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HomeTop NewsJake Gyllenhaal stars in 'Ambulance,' the latest action movie from Michael Bay — here's how to watch it at home

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in ‘Ambulance,’ the latest action movie from Michael Bay — here’s how to watch it at home

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When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Michael Bay’s “Ambulance” is now available to watch on Peacock ($5/month). The action movie stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as bank robbers. You can also buy the film to stream at home from retailers like Amazon and Vudu for $20. Get honest reviews on top products & services — delivered weekly to your inbox. Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Peacock Premium (Monthly Plan) $4.99 from Peacock TV “Ambulance” is now available to watch at home less than two months after it hit theaters on April 8. The action movie is streaming on Peacock Premium and available for purchase from digital retailers like Amazon Prime Video . The movie stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as adoptive brothers Danny and Will, respectively. When Will is in need of money, he turns to career criminal Danny for help. When their bank heist goes wrong, they hijack an ambulance and hold the two first responders on board hostage until they can execute the perfect escape. Check out the trailer for ‘Ambulance’ “Ambulance” is directed by Michael Bay, best known for his work on “Armageddon” and the “Transformers” franchise. The movie received mostly positive reviews from critics, and has a “69% Fresh” rating on review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes . How to watch ‘Ambulance’ on Peacock You can now watch “Ambulance” on Peacock , but you need a paid subscription to stream it. The movie became available to all Peacock Premium and Premium Plus members on May 23. Peacock Premium costs $5 a month and gives you ad-supported access to Peacock’s entire streaming library. For $10 a month, you can upgrade to the ad-free Peacock Premium Plus plan. Peacock Premium (Monthly Plan) $4.99 from Peacock TV Peacock also offers a free ad-supported tier with limited access to its library, but this plan does not include support for streaming new movies like “Ambulance.” The Peacock app is available on iOS and Android devices, streaming media players like Roku, and most smart TVs. For a full list of supported devices, check out Peacock’s website . Can I watch ‘Ambulance’ without Peacock? If you don’t have a Peacock membership, you can also pay to stream “Ambulance” through video-on-demand (VOD) services like Amazon Prime Video , Vudu , YouTube , and Apple TV . The movie costs $20 to buy, but a cheaper rental option is expected on June 21. $19.99 from Amazon Prime Video $19.99 from Vudu $19.99 from YouTube If you buy the movie, you can watch it as many times as you want from your retailer of choice. If you choose the rental option, you’ll have 30 days to begin watching the film and 48 hours to finish it once you’ve pressed play. Digital purchases of “Ambulance” are also eligible to be linked to a free Movies Anywhere account, which allows you to sync your digital library of movies across different retailer apps. So, if you have your retailer accounts all linked with Movies Anywhere, you can buy “Ambulance” on Prime Video but also watch it through the Apple TV app. Apps for VOD services are available on most mobile devices, smart TVs, and media players. You should check each service’s website to confirm that your device of choice is supported before ordering the movie. When will ‘Ambulance’ be available on Blu-ray? While an exact Blu-ray release date for “Ambulance” hasn’t been announced yet, you can already preorder the Blu-ray from stores like Best Buy . A 4K Blu-ray version is also listed. The Blu-ray editions of “Ambulance” also include a digital code for buyers to redeem online for a free streaming copy of the movie. Angela Tricarico Streaming Editorial Fellow Angela Tricarico is a Streaming Editorial Fellow for the Insider Reviews team, where she covers the latest in streaming services. In addition to her arts and entertainment reporting at the University of New Haven and for The Ensemblist, she has a background in theater and loves to tell people what it means to be a dramaturg. When she’s not writing, you might find her reading comics or a book club pick, cooking, baking, or trying to catch up on the last ten years of television. Read more Read less


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