Just as Comic-Con 2014 is getting ready to kickoff, Daily Headlines are making a comeback. Call it a second season, if you will. Let's get into it.
Over at Pop Candy, Whitney has an exclusive sneak peak of Brad Duke's upcoming Twin Peaks oral history.
Listen to Rob Reiner talk about Spinal Tap thirty years after the movie's release. It'll totally make your day.
Ricky Gervais tried to convince David Letterman not to retire.
Oh.my.god. The New Yorker is offering free access to its content this summer.
Watch Richard Linklater's appearance on The Daily Show:
A whole bunch of new Bob Dylan recordings were found in New York.
Sinister Six and The Amazing Spider-Man 3 both have release dates now.
Scandal has booked Portia de Rossi for a multi-episode arc next season.
Warren Ellis is working on developing his first TV series.
If you're at Comic-Con this weekend, USA is promoting it's new show, Dig, with a scavenger hunt.
Check out the trailer for Nightcrawler if you haven't already.
Orphan Black as a comic book series makes a lot of sense.
Woody Allen made his first podcast appearance if you're into that sort of thing.
A Better Call Saul billboard has gone up in Albuquerque.
There is no one better to define the word "geek" than Wil Wheaton.
Anyone who still cares about the Pirates of Caribbean movies will have to wait until 2017 for the fifth movie.
Jack White is getting into the book publishing business with Third Man Books.
I love seeing Ted Danson and Zach Galifanakis together again. Watch them reimagine Mistaken For Strangers as a play: