Ryan Reynolds finally plays Deadpool again? for new video reacting to the latest Free Guy trailer alongside the MCU’s Korg. X-Men Origins: Wolverine aside, Reynolds’ portrayal of Deadpool has been a fan favorite since the time he resuscitated the character for 2016’s independent film and gave him the profane, fourth wall-breaking onscreen portrayal he merited. Both Deadpool and its spin-off were hits, and eyes before long went to a third film. After Disney purchased Fox in 2019, however, there was some uncertainty about whether Deadpool 3 would actually have the option to happen. Presently, the task is being developed at Marvel Studios and is planning to take place inside the MCU.
In his latest promotional exertion for Free Guy, Reynolds gets ready as Deadpool again to offer his input on the action-parody’s latest trailer. He’s joined by Korg (Taika Waititi), the fan favorite MCU character from Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Endgame. As it were, that makes this present Deadpool’s first MCU excursion. Look at the video beneath.
Waititi also stars in Free Guy, so it’s fitting that he drew out his Marvel character to assist with advancing the film alongside Reynolds. The two recently starred in the much-reprimanded Green Lantern together, something they helpfully failed to remember the last time they advanced Free Guy. This collaboration appears to suit them much better, and it’s paved the way for various MCU jokes. For example, Deadpool references the franchise’s Disney+ shows, at one point asking Korg on the off chance that he has one himself. The feature very well could be Deadpool asking for advice about how to join the MCU.
Utilizing an actor’s other jobs to advance their latest film is a fascinating approach for Free Guy to take, yet never let it be said that Reynolds doesn’t have a clue how to discover extraordinary advertising slants. The above reaction video is a hilarious way to both give Free Guy more attention and set Reynolds back in the Deadpool mask ahead of his hotly anticipated third film. Korg is only an added reward. Ideally, Free Guy will be similarly as amusing as the reaction to its trailer.