Ryan Reynolds Previews Large Stunt in Michael Bay Film With Joke Interview

The '6 Underground' set isn't as quiet as the star says it is.
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Ryan Reynolds gave an insightful, short (joke) interview Wednesday concerning his favorite part of working on a Michael Bay picture. His answer: the quiet and stillness. 

Of course, as he was speaking, a huge stunt was unfolding right behind him on the set of 6 Underground.

The Deadpool star's wit and sense of humor are well-documented, so it makes sense that to promote 6 Underground, his upcoming Netflix project with Bay at the helm, Reynolds would have something funny ready to go. 

The video is less than 30 seconds in length, but the stunt is impressive and hilarious as the actor speaking about a quiet Bay set is completely drowned out by all the noise of the huge crash. 

The deal between Netflix and partner Skydance Media makes 6 Underground the biggest movie push for the streaming giant since Bright. Skydance’s David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger will produce 6 Underground along with Bay. The film revolves around six billionaires who fake their own deaths and form a team to take down bad guys.

The film is eyeing a 2019 release.