There are some rumours making the rounds on the Internet suggesting that Korg could be making a cameo in Deadpool 3.
I wanted to go into where these rumours are coming from and whether there could be any truth to them.
So, first off, let’s explore where the rumour comes from.
As far as I can tell, this came from Giant Freakin Robot who posted an ‘exclusive’ article claiming that Ryan Reynolds wants Taika Waititi to play Korg in Deadpool 3.
Now, why would this be the case and could it be true?
Well, this article was posted soon after Ryan Reynolds released a trailer reaction video on his YouTube channel.
The interesting thing about this trailer reaction video was that it featured Deadpool and Korg – voiced by Waititi.
They were reacting to the latest Free Guy trailer, and it was pretty funny.
During the video, Deadpool did ask Korg for tips on how to join the MCU.
The interesting thing is that we now know that Deadpool will be joining the MCU in some form or another.
They’re currently working on Deadpool 3.
Ryan Reynolds is producing the film, as well as starring in it.
Is Korg going to be in Deadpool 3?
Not so long ago, it was revealed that Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux had been hired to write the film’s script.
Could Reynolds really want them to include Korg in the movie?
Well, it’s very possible and Korg would suit the film.
However, it wouldn’t really make much sense having him turn up in the movie.
We last saw Korg in Avengers: Endgame and he’s a character that’s very much tied to Thor.
It honestly doesn’t make much sense for him to suddenly be in a Deadpool film.
However, it is true that Reynolds and Waititi do seem to like working together.
They both star in Free Guy – which is the main reason why he might have agreed to voice Korg in this trailer reaction video.
Honestly, I don’t think that Korg will be turning up in Deadpool 3.
But, then again, as far as Marvel’s concerned, never say never.
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Would you like to see Korg in Deadpool 3?
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