Several men and women who worked with Chris Evans in the ’90s claim the BBC Top Gear host was known for exposing himself on the job.
2Pac versus Biggie. Drake versus Meek Mill. The Game versus, well, everyone. All of those historic rap battles can step aside, however, thanks to the hottest beef of 2016. It’s Top Gear host Chris Harris versus Houston’s own Bun B, and already it’s almost too much fire to touch.
Before Gary Powell had finished his question about the new Bond movie, I’d already said yes twice. Gary was a 007 veteran. In The World Is Not Enough, he perfected flipping the Q speedboat on the Thames by jumping a smaller vessel—wait for it—onto dry land.
After yesterday’s drama about Chris Evans reportedly making a producer weep, we decided to reach out to the BBC to figure out what the heck is going on with Top Gear’s host replacement. They finally got back with us today, saying that Chris Evans is basically a modern day Jesus Christ. But they would say that,…
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May continue to tease their still-untitled upcoming Amazon show, this time with another video of them looking up trademarks for river names and configuring customized Ray Ban sunglasses.
The new season of BBC’s Top Gear is just around the corner, and to celebrate the newly revamp series, the BBC is adding a half-hour behind-the-scenes show called “Extra Gear” hosted by new Top Gear co-host Rory Reid.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have been busy over the last year developing a new motoring show for Amazon to rival their old hosting gigs on BBC’s Top Gear. It turns out they’ve also been busy developing a media empire to coincide with their new show called DriveTribe.
With its debut next month, the new Top Gear on BBC is doing a decent job of building anticipation despite its rough start. Preview clips had positive reviews before any of us got a glimpse at the show, and its newest trailer features Matt LeBlanc taking an Ariel Nomad off-roading in the Moroccan desert.
The old BBC’s Top Gear is one of the most popular shows available for streaming on Netflix. Not to be out-done by the old crew’s new show over on Amazon Prime, Netflix will continue to stream the new re-formatted Top Gear internationally.
Rutledge Wood, Tanner Foust and Adam Ferrara are firing up Top Gear USA again starting April 26th. Looks like they’re in store for some pain, suffering and rollovers which in my experience usually makes for good car videos!
Hey team, we have a problem. Clarkson, Hammond and May still don’t have a name for their new car-centric Amazon TV show. What are those jokers doing? They need to get on it!
We know the first season of new Top Gear had to be shortened because they just couldn’t do enough filming, but what they did manage to shoot is right here, from Reliant Robins to Dodge Viper ACRs with machine guns on their roof.
Top Gear was at its best when the three guys were out, doing something. Segments like The Cool Wall tended to just interrupt everything and were bad. Apparently the people behind TG realized this, because they’re ditching the studio for the new show on Amazon.
Top Gear, the upcoming BBC program that will definitely not be a complete calamity, has encountered a few incidents of late. Rumors about power struggles, creative control, and a general shitshow have plagued pre-production. In response, the BBC has appointed a sheriff who will keep everyone’s asses in line.
James May, formerly of Top Gear, currently of BBC Four’s James May The Reassembler, and soon to be on New Car Show On Amazon Starring The Old Top Gear Guys, is doing an AMA on Reddit right now. Ask him anything.
In the past year, Jeremy Clarkson lost his mother, many of his relationships, and the job that defined his entire career. In a wide-ranging—and at times, perplexing—interview with The Times of London Magazine, Clarkson finally started dishing fully about what he’s been doing, and who he has been, in the past year.