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Link Ink: Donald Duck Comes To Disney Infinity 2.0, Superhero Drunk Driving PSAs And Terry Crews Really Wants To Be Luke Cage

Video Games: Rejoice, duck fans. Donald Duck is officially coming to Disney Infinity 2.0. [ArcadeSushi]


Movies: Screenwriters Will Beall and Kurt Johnstad are each working on scripts–separately–for a new Aquaman movie. [THR]


Toys: There is no official “dancing Groot” toy, but enterprising young fellow Patrick Delahanty made one of his own. [ScreenCrush]


Art: Volkswagen and artist Fabio Obando have developed a very odd set of public service announcements depicting superheroes as drunk drivers who get into accidents. (The implication seems to be that drinking makes you feel like a superhero, but you aren’t.)[Geekologie]


Movies: Tohoru Masamune, who plays Shredder in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, says Michael Bay wasn’t really around much during the filming, except to occasionally interject with a “This isn’t working.” [ComicBookMovie]


Television: Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor Terry Crews really, really wants to play Luke Cage, possibly on the Netflix series about the character. [IGN]

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