Ryan Reynolds Gets Interrupted During ‘Quiet Moments’ Behind The Scenes Of New Film
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Ryan Reynolds is pretty good at getting creative when it comes to teasing his forthcoming projects on social media - yep, even if that involves him having to clamber into spandex and a Bob Ross-style wig to help promote Deadpool. Or offering out free tattoos. Whatever it is, the dude's up for it.
This time around, though, he's not actually the centre of attention - though that's not to say we haven't got quite the spectacle on our hands.
It's actually quite the opposite, as Reynolds is currently working with veteran action movie filmmaker Michael Bay, who's known for high octane, stunt-filled hits like Transformers, Pearl Harbor and Armageddon.
Reynolds is starring in Bay's latest movie, Six Underground, which we currently don't know much about, other than that it's an action film that has the 41-year-old Canadian actor in its lead role - and that it's a Skydance Media and Netflix production, set for release on the online streaming service in 2019.
The film will also star Dave Franco, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Adria Arjona, Corey Hawkins, Ben Hardy, Lior Raz, Melanie Laurent and Payman Maadi.
According to Viral Thrills, it's based on an original idea from writers and executive producers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, who are best known for their work on the Deadpool films. Skydance's David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger will apparently produce alongside Bay and Ian Bryce.
But while we don't have any concrete info on the plot, at least it looks like we're in for a good ride when it comes to car flips and explosions - as we can see from Reynolds' latest tweet, in which he's talking to the camera about those lovely 'quiet moments' in between shooting scenes.
"The best part about shooting with Michael Bay?" Reynolds muses.
"I don't know. A lot of people would say the action, but for me it's the stillness - those quiet moments."
He continues to reflect, but whatever he says next becomes completely overshadowed by a bunch of cars crashing into each other, one spinning into the air over a van. Yep, trademark Michael Bay stuff.
Netflix also joined in on the amusing tweet, commenting: "I can't believe you borrowed my car for this."
We've only got a 10-second glimpse at what's coming, but those 10 seconds sure look GOOD. C'mon Reynolds, keep those teasers coming.