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Link Ink: Eli Wallach R.I.P., ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Villains Get A Showcase And Chris Hemsworth Maybe Up For Doc Savage

Memoriam: Actor Eli Wallach, who played Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and who was one of three Mr. Freezes on the 1966 Batman TV series, has died at age 98. [Deadline]

 
 
 

Movies: The limited-edition cover of Empire magazine’s August issue offers up a great look at the villains from Guardians of the Galaxy. [Empire]

 
 
 

Video: Comedian Mike Lawrence explains why he’ll be going to see superhero movies by himself, even after getting married. [blastr]

 
 
 

Movies: Thor‘s Chris Hemsworth is reportedly in talks to play pulp-turned-comics character Doc Savage in screenwriter Shane Black’s new adaptation. [ScreenCrush]

 
 
 

Video: Hey, what if Spider-Man upside-down-kissed a dog in a Mary Jane wig? It’d look a little something like this. [io9]

 
 
 

Video Games: What are the top 15 video games of the year so far? These fit the bill. [ArcadeSushi]

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