Adam Ferrara Previews The Return Of 'Top Gear'

September 30th, 2014 12:02pm EDT
Adam Ferrara Previews The Return Of 'Top Gear'
Tuesdays are now officially the best day of the week, because Top Gear is back on History. After not one but two breaks, Adam Ferrara, Tanner Foust and Rutledge Wood are returning with four more adventures to wrap up the fourth season of the craziest and most entertaining show on wheels.

Naturally, we couldn't wait to find out what our favorite hosting trio has in store for the next month. So we connected with Adam last week to see what he'd tell us about what's ahead for Top Gear - and what other trouble he's gotten into.

There's still a lot of good stuff coming in the final four episode...
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Why Is Wal-Mart Blaming Tracy Morgan For His Injuries?

September 30th, 2014 11:28am EDT
Wal-Mart: Tracy Morgan Is Partly To Blame For Injuries Caused By
Wal-Mart has fired back at a personal injury lawsuit filed by Tracy Morgan because the company says the comedian wasn't wearing his seatbelt when he was involved in a car crash earlier this year.

In June, a Wal-mart truck struck the limousine Morgan was traveling in on the New Jersey Turnpike. The actor was hospitalized in critical condition with a broken leg and rib, and his friend James McNair was killed.

Morgan believes Wal-Mart is negligent because the truck driver, Kevin Roper, was not monitored for fatigue after driving hundreds of miles from his home in Jonesboro, Ga., before going...
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Review: Charismatic 'Plastic' Keeps The Inner Movie Geek Satisfied

September 30th, 2014 11:20am EDT
Review: Charismatic 'Plastic' Keeps The Inner Movie Geek Satisfi
I’m seasoned enough to know that not every film is going to be a stunning achievement in cinematic history. Some movies are merely meant to entertain – provide escapism where needed. The problem lies in films that either think they are giving more with little to no extra effort (see the new Equalizer!) or those that merely go through the motions with zero thought to the folks who pay to see it. Thankfully the more style than substance grifting thriller "Plastic" is none of the above, instead a pleasant distraction with enough charisma and cool to keep the inner movie geek satisfied.

Sa...
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Blake Shelton, Prince, & Lady Antebellum Lead Albums to Check Out

September 30th, 2014 11:10am EDT
Blake Shelton, Prince, & Lady Antebellum  Lead Albums to Check O
Talk about being spoiled on Tuesday, September 23. No shortage of new albums was available, restoring hope after a year of down album sales. September 30 may not be the ‘super Tuesday’ of the former week, but there are still some exceptional choices. Among the biggest artists dropping new albums: Blake Shelton (Bring Back the Sunshine), Lady Antebellum (747), and Prince (ART OFFICIAL AGE and PLECTRUMELECTRUM with 3RDEYEGIRL). Here are nine new albums to check out this week.

1) Prince, ART OFFICIAL AGE (Warner Bros)

2) Prince & 3RDEYEGIRL, PLECTRUMELECTRUM (Warner Bros)

The Purp...
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Amanda Bynes 'Out Of It' & Under The Influence Of Adderall When Arrested

September 30th, 2014 10:53am EDT
Amanda Bynes 'Out Of It' & Under The Influence Of Adderall When
Amanda Bynes was under the influence of prescription drug Adderall when she was arrested for DUI early Sunday morning. The actress was stopped by police in the Van Nuys neighborhood of Los Angeles, Calif., after she drove her Mercedes into an intersection and stopped. She failed multiple sobriety tests, was "out of it," and had Adderall in her system, sources told TMZ.

Adderall is used to treat narcolepsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). College students and young professionals sometimes use the drug to enhance performance.

Bynes was hospitalized at a psychiatric cente...
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'The Voice' Recap: Adam Quips, Anita Comes Back, And The Blind Guy Wins

September 30th, 2014 10:19am EDT
'The Voice' Recap: Adam Quips, Anita Comes Back, And The Blind G
After the first week of blind auditions, the next wave of The Voice is rolling on with two more hours of singers hoping to impress Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams. If you need a reminder, Team Adam has three of twelve artists, Team Blake and Team Gwen each have four, and Team Pharrell is ahead in the count with five. How many more people will get added to the lineup in this round? There's only one way to find out.

Batting leadoff on Monday night is Chicago native John Martin. John's rendition of "Sweet Pea" attracts three of our four coaches: Gwen, Pharrell a...
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'Sleepy Hollow' Recap: The Top 10 Awesome Moments From 'The Kindred'

September 30th, 2014 9:04am EDT
'Sleepy Hollow' Recap: The Top 10 Awesome Moments From 'The Kind
Here are the ten most insane, amazing, terrifying moments of the second episode of Sleepy Hollow:

1. Ichabod’s Weekly Lesson on Modern Times

For a show that’s so constantly horrifying with guts, gore, and tons of decapitations, Sleepy Hollow is one of the most consistently hilarious shows on TV. Ichabod’s attempts to become acclimated to the modern world are always worth a laugh. This week Ichabod learns about Martha Stewart and the ever-growing wedding industry. When he and Abbie go to the bank, he has a bit of a meltdown over the existence of credit cards and pens chained to the desk. H...
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Lena Dunham Responds To Book Tour Backlash By Paying Warm-Up Acts

September 30th, 2014 8:44am EDT
Lena Dunham
"Girls" star and creator Lena Dunham has promised to pay the opening acts on her book tour after she was slammed for expecting them to perform without compensation.

Dunham is kicking off her 12-day book tour on Tuesday to promote her autobiography "Not That Kind Of Girl," and planned to have local artists from each city perform prior to her appearances.

Gawker pointed out that Dunham wasn't paying for the warm-up acts even though her book has already generated $300,000 in sales.

In response to the criticism, Dunham wrote on Twitter: "As an artist raised by artists, no one believes more t...
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Netflix To Release First Original Film, A Sequel To 'Crouching Tiger'

September 30th, 2014 8:33am EDT
Netflix To Release First Original Film, A Sequel To 'Crouching T
Netflix is partnering with the Weinstein Company to release its first original movie - a sequel to martial arts film "Crouching Dragon, Hidden Dragon."

The original, directed by Ang Lee, grossed over $213 million worldwide following its release in 2000, and rumors about a follow-up began surfacing in 2013.

The sequel will be the first major motion picture to debut on Netflix. It will also be released in several Imax theaters, according to the New York Times.

Ted Sarandos, chief content officer at Netflix, said the company is hoping to change the traditional method for releasing films. Mo...
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'DWTS' Recap: Randy Couture Eliminated As 'Movie Night' Pulled Out All The Stops

September 30th, 2014 8:29am EDT
'DWTS' Recap: Randy Couture Eliminated As 'Movie Night' Pulled O
Note to the Academy Awards, "Dancing with the Stars" movie night is the biggest dance evening of the year as they honor iconic films. The celebrities and pros danced to movies that were influential to them and their routines were sharp, concise and entertaining. Randy and Karina, Antonio and Cheryl and Jonathan and Allison were all in jeopardy. One-night eliminations began and with Randy Couture and pro Karina Smirnoff being sent home. Comedian Kevin Hart sat in for judge Len Goodman for this special night of "dancing."

New Dance Round

Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson

Dance: Quick Ste...
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