Sorry for the lack of a Monday post yesterday, friends. Over the weekend I came down with the flu and it's been making my life extremely difficult ever since. But today I am going to fight through it and get something written because I can't continue to be the world's laziest person. It's starting to stress me out, which I hear makes being sick even worse.

I can't imagine why we need a sequel to It's a Wonderful Life, but it's happening anyway.

The History Channel is live tweeting JFK's final days.

Dumb and Dumber To has an official release date for next year.

Anna Gunn will be apart of Fox's remake of Broadchurch.

Eastbound & Down unfortunately ended (with a perfect finale) so, of course, there's a think piece about the ending.

Looks like Paul Feig is going to make a sequel to The Heat without Melissa McCarthy or Sandra Bullock.

I enjoyed this piece about new print magazines.

This ad strategy for ABC sounds pretty interesting.

Christopher Lloyd will make a guest appearance on The Michael J. Fox Show.

Speaking of reunions to get excited about, the remaining Monty Python members are planning on putting on a stage show.

Watch Breaking Bad stars react to reading the final script.

This Bob Dylan music video is perfect.

Christian Bale talks about his Batman voice.

What is the best Young Adult novel of all time? While my pick isn't even remaining in the bracket, I've read all four of the books left and it's still an easy choice for me (To Kill a Mockingbird. Sorry, John Green).

"English has a new preposition, because Internet."

And for fun, watch Bill Cosby be perfect on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon:

Here's what's out on DVD and Blu-ray today.