Ryan Reynolds' Buried Movie is Actually a One-Man Show
Remember that Ryan Reynolds project called Buried that we talked about just a few weeks back? The concept was that Reynolds awakens buried in a coffin in the desert in Iraq, armed only with a cell phone, a candle and a knife. Now some new quotes pop up over on The Playlist that reveal that it's literally an entire movie with just one person in it - the entire movie takes place inside a coffin. "Paul, an American truck driver in Iraq, has just woken up in a coffin. It's burning up. Hot as balls. Lack of oxygen makes it hard to breathe. And let's not forget the coffin, which only allows him a few inches of room in every direction."
Reynolds talks further about the role: "It's the only movie I've ever heard of with only one person in it. So it's just me, I'm the only person in the whole movie so, I don't know, we'll see. It's either going to be, you know, the greatest, most experimental cool movie ever made or god knows what." That is definitely going to give him a chance to "stretch his acting chops," which is apparently the reason why he took on this indie thriller next instead of some studio project. My interest in this is already peaked. An entire frickin' movie in a coffin? When the hell can I see this, because if it's not by the end of the year, I'll be quite upset.