Deadpool and Korg Review the Free Guy Trailer
Deadpool and Korg Give Maximum Effort as They Review Free Guy…
But here we are.
And it’s a glorious place, my friends. Remember, “All the dinosaurs feared the T-Rex.”
BTW: Somehow, they kept this whole thing PG-13. However, if feigned and bleeped profanity and, well, Deadpool offends you, best move along.
Still here? Time to make the chimichangas (and don’t forget the earmuffs for the kiddies).
Mr. Pool and a Pile of Rocks
“I honestly thought [Free Guy] came out, like, a year ago,” said Deadpool. “Apparently, it’s this August.
“I also have a guest reactor… Korg who was not my first choice. But apparently, everyone else was too busy on Disney+.”
“Hello, I am made of rocks,” said Korg, who added, “Thank you for having me, Paul, sorry you are dead.” [It occurs to me this is also a meta-joke about the Beatles]
Hopefully, you are laughing right about now; either way, check out the trailer reaction for Free Guy.
Deadpool and Korg React
Two members of the MCYouTube react to the upcoming film #FreeGuy featuring Ryan Reynolds and Taika Waititi.
Apparently, this is not the first time that Korg and Deadpool’s alter egos — Taika Waititi and Ryan Reynolds (respectively) — have worked together.
Yes, there is proof.
Oh, his face is so punchable.”
Maybe this is the live-action Thumper we all haven’t been waiting for.”
This looks fun in a last days of Fox firesale kind of way.”
Not sure if it was worth diverting Canadian Cumberbach’s little mind away from my next movie.”
Yeah, I prefer Dark World.”
Anyway, the whole point of this project was to promote Taika and Ryan’s upcoming new film, Free Guy.
Its synopsis reads:
A bank teller who discovers he is actually a background player in an open-world video game decides to become the hero of his own story…one he rewrites himself. Now in a world where there are no limits, he is determined to be the guy who saves his world his way… before it is too late.
Free Guy finally hits theaters on August 13.
Feature Image: 20th Century Studios