Buried Teaser Trailer & Scene Featuring Ryan Reynolds

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Back in July we found out that Ryan Reynolds would be doing a independent film titled Buried which would star he, himself and him, all trapped in a coffin. From what knew of the film, he would be playing a civilian contractor who awakens buried in a coffin in the middle of the desert after being kidnapped in Iraq and that the entire movie would just feature him, a true test of acting skill and something good for his resume before heading to work on the big budget comic book movies Green Lantern and Deadpool.

The indie film is directed by Rodrigo Cortés and the screenplay was written by Chris Sparling. Filming will took place entirely in Cortés’ home country of Spain and it’s set to screen at the Sundance film festival this week. We got our first look at Buried with some photos back in August but now we finally have some video, courtesy of MTV who today put up a teaser trailer and a scene from Buried so we can get a taste of how this movie will be experienced.

Here’s the teaser:

And here’s a scene where Reynolds films the teaser on his cell phone:

I dig the teaser with the idea of Reynolds filming himself a ransom message from within the coffin but the second video, an actual scene from the film, makes me fear that the entire movie will be overloaded with annoying shots like the rotating camera. I understand that the movie is just Ryan Reynolds and that director Cortés may feel the need to keep the audience engaged by attempting to make the visuals more dynamic but I’m turned off by that.

I hope in the full film, this doesn’t happen much.

What do you think of your first look at Buried?

Source: MTV

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  1. Looks like the sequel to Phonebooth. The rotisserie camera was annoying too.

  2. looks pretty good. i love ryan reynolds, and im pretty sure im not the only 1

  3. yawn this is jsut liek that Keiffer Sutherland movie from back in the 80s

  4. I love Ryan Reynolds :)

  5. I wish Kiefer Sutherland was the dude on the phone…

  6. If anyone can pull this off it's Ryan Reynolds. I love that guy. I agree though that the rotating camera is annoying. I hope they don't do that a lot.

  7. Um, cell phone, cell phone towers, triangulate position, dig him out, movie over, end credits…

  8. That would be amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love Phonebooth, Kiefer Sutherland's voice is sooooo menacing.

  9. That would be The Vanishing, and to be honest this looks nothing like it whatsoever, In The Vanishing he only gets buried at the very end of the movie.

  10. Im thinking the bad guys are the only ones with the cell. That and RRs phone is limited to his local calling area with no long distance option. I dont know but dont believe 911 works in Iraq.

  11. A rotisserie camera? Maybe. An underground rotating shipping crate, more likely. Earth's rotation? Possibly but it looks a little fast. This is closer to Castaway then Phonebooth…. does Reynolds drive a FeEx truck?

  12. LOL I thought the same thing, I know that when I was in Iraq our biggest mobile phone issue was cell tower coverage… hmmm… (because our biggest actual issue was that people were trying to kill us)

  13. I could handle Cloverfield but the rotating camera hopefully is just for a couple or scenes. It mad me a little sick. And yes…Kiefer would be awesome.

  14. I think this looks great. It has that indi feel because it all takes place in the coffin. I like i that way and the camera movements didn't bother me too much. I think a couple camera tricks like that can intensify a scene, just not every scene. I love Ryan Reynolds so this should be interesting.

  15. Who says that isn't happening in the story, Ken? It seemingly takes place in real-time over the course of less than 2 hours.

  16. I actually liked the rotating camera effect. It demonstrates the dizzy or nauseating feeling that you would feel in a clausterphobic and intense/emotional situation. I feel that the effect was successful in doing so. Can't wait to rent this bad boy!

  17. Yeah thats it the Vanishing, and to be honest it looks exactly it and the rest of the Im trapped in a box underground movies.

  18. Can you explain how it looks exactly like The Vanishing?

    I did see a movie back in the 80s/90s about a guy who was buried but he dug himself out and found out that his wife was involved in what happened to him. It starred Tim Matheson; Buried Alive was the title.

  19. I can just imagine they break him out and he's not buried. They just made him believe he was buried.

    What a twist…

  20. Reynolds is a wooden actor. I find totally uninteresting. Sorry! I am actually very disappointed that he is Green Lantern.

  21. If you’ve been wanting to see Ryan Reynolds in a slightly different kind of role, you’ll probably be interested in a little movie called Buried that is premiering at the Sundance Film Festival this year. He plays an American working in Iraq who is kidnapped and buried alive inside a coffin with only a lighter and a cell phone. As his oxygen slowly runs out, he struggles to remember how he got there, and desperately tries find a way out of this impossible situation.

  22. Interesting enough for a weekend DVD, but not to watch at a theater, imo.

  23. Interesting enough for a weekend DVD, but not to watch at a theater, imo.

  24. I am excited to see this movie, I read the script, and yeh I spoiled it for myself but I loved the script. Ryan Reynolds can pull it off. Your not the only one, I love Ryan Reynolds, when I saw the trailer i’m like Yeah Ryan Reynolds. Alot of people would probably enjoy it but if your not interested in him being in a coffin the whole time wait and rent instead or wait until your friends see it and get there review. That’s what I do, I ask my sister, we have the same taste in movies and I trust her. I wish I knew when it comes out in Australia, I try looking for the release date but nothing. Can’t wait!!

  25. love his work