While we wait to see how Adrien Brody fares against Robert Rodriguez’s Predators here’s a first look at one of his next films, the Michael Greenspan directed Wrecked.

With notable similarities to the Ryan Reynolds movie Buried, the official synopsis of Wrecked gives a good indication of what Brody is up against,

A Man awakens in a mangled car-wreck at the bottom of a steep cliff. He’s injured, his legs are trapped, and he has no memory of who he is or how he got there.

His only company – a crackling radio broadcast of a violent bank robbery gone wrong and a corpse in the back seat with a wallet identifying him as one of the perpetrators.

As the man ventures beyond the wreckage, he must rely on his primal instincts, using anything he can find in the surrounding wilderness to increase his chances of survival.

Confronted with overwhelming obstacles, both real and imagined,the Man must discover his identity and face the consequences of what that might be.

Like the aforementioned Buried and Danny Boyle’s James Franco starring 127 Hours, this looks like being a one man show for Brody, and the poster seen below (courtesy of FilmoFilia) tells us as much. Brody is quickly becoming one of my favourite actors, with The Brothers Bloom a recent highlight for me, and he is more than capable of carrying a film, so Wrecked looks to be one to watch.

Here’s the poster.