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Deadpool gives his thoughts on ‘Free Guy’ in EPIC trailer reaction video

Deadpool gives his thoughts on ‘Free Guy’ in EPIC trailer reaction video

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Yes, you’re reading that correctly, Wade Wilson himself, the guy who looks like a cross between Ryan Reynolds and a radioactive Shar-Pei and who also goes by the name Deadpool has decided to return to the internet and has officially offered up his thoughts on the latest trailer for Ryan Reynold’s Free Guy.

And what’s more he’s joined by a special guest reactor in the form of everyone’s favourite Kronan Korg, who also offers his own thoughts on the new trailer. And hilarity does ensue.

Check out the latest episode of ‘Deadpool’s Maximum Reaction’ NOW:

Right from the start, this new stunt from Ryan Reynolds and Taika Waititi is ABSOLUTELY everything we could have wanted and long time MCU fans will love the banter that takes place here. Not only do they go ‘in-depth’ into the Free Guy trailer, but they also make comments about the concept of fridging, aka Deadpool 2, and how Reynolds has a ‘very punchable face’ to quote Mr. Wilson.

Finally, this reaction ends with Korg offering Deadpool some key insight into how to actually make it into the MCU.

“Ahhh…have a dream. Ahhh…chase it. Lose that dream. Just sabotage all sorts of happiness in the pursuit of that dream. Climb up to the peak of that mountain and when you get to the top, land at the bottom and realise you’re never going to achieve that dream. And at that point, check your emails.”

Yep…that’s how you make it into the MCU after all.

Here’s the full trailer for Free Guy:

Here’s the official synopsis for Free Guy:

In the open world video game Free City, an amalgamation of Grand Theft Auto and Fortnite, Guy (Reynolds) is a non-player character (NPC) working as a bank teller. Thanks to a code developed by programmers Milly (Comer) and Keys (Keery) inserted into Free City by the publisher Antoine (Waititi), Guy becomes aware of his world being a video game, and takes steps to make himself the hero, creating a race against time to save the game before the developers can shut it down.

Get ready for a whole heap of fun when Free Guy arrives in cinemas on August 13.