Need For Speed hits theaters today, and if you haven’t guessed from the title, it’s all about driving as fast as possible. This isn’t anything new. Outrageous car chase scenes are a staple of film. Think of the most over-the-top, unrealistic scenario involving a motor vehicle, and it’s probably been in a movie. We’ve decided to pay homage to these amazing montages with a list of our personal picks for the wildest automobile clips out there. There have been so many epic movies involving automobiles over the years, and it’s particularly hard to narrow down the selections, but this is a crop of insanity that you won’t be able to dispute. Continue reading for our breakdown of The Craziest Car Chases in Movie History.
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Hilary Duff and her husband, former NHL star, Mike Comrie announced their separation earlier this year. They haven’t divorced yet, but the scandalous part of the entire situation is the vicious rumor that she’s seeking one BECAUSE OF HER PSYCHIC. Though that’s been disputed, it wouldn’t completely shock us. Famous folks are known for their short-lived relationships, and sometimes the reasoning is pretty weird. We took a look back at some of the Celebrities Who Broke Up in Extremely Odd Ways. Nothing is sacred.
21-year-old model Chantel Jeffries has suddenly found herself in the spotlight, and a lot of that has to do with Justin Bieber. They’ve been spotted together on multiple occasions this year, including on Bieber’s most infamous night, and now everyone wants to know who she really is. We did some digging to get the details on Chantel’s profession, her dating history, and her entrepreneurial ambitions. Oh, and you won’t believe which VH1 star she’s BFF with! Continue reading for The Complete Guide to Chantel Jeffries.
Leonardo DiCaprio didn’t win an Oscar for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street last night. That means that, despite consistently delivering some of the most memorable performances in film history, Leo still has a grand sum of zero Oscars. While many argue that Matthew McConaughey truly deserved Best Actor for his brilliant turn in Dallas Buyers Club, there’s still an overwhelming sentiment that Leo was robbed.
Pharrell‘s self-described “Gandalf hat” was the most memorable style moment of the Grammys earlier this year. He didn’t rock any headwear at the Oscars tonight, but, in true Pharrell fashion, he hit the red carpet with a look that has everybody talking again. Yes, those are shorts—SHORTS—the superstar artist and producer is wearing with his tuxedo. The crazy part is, they don’t look half bad. In fact, they don’t look bad at all.
Our week of The Tanning of America content concludes tonight with the fourth and final episode of the VH1 Rock Docs special at 11 PM ET. We’ve already taken a look at The Most Colorful People in The Tanning of America, but it’s also essential to look past individual personalities and consider the wide and far-reaching implications of several very specific events. Whether it was gangster rap making it to the cover of Rolling Stone or one entrepreneur from Brooklyn moving more like a mogul than a rapper, there are a handful of movements since the advent of hip-hop that have completely shifted the landscape of mainstream culture. Let’s explore those groundbreaking instances now with The Most Important Moments in The Tanning of America. Who would’ve thought that hip-hop could take it this far?
Our four-part television event, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop, concludes tonight at 11 PM ET. We’ve spent this week catching up with some of the most influential people in media to find out how hip hop changed their lives, and extend the conversation that’s been sparked by the program. We already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media, Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com, Hot 97′s Miss Info, MTV’s Rob Markman, and REVOLT TV’s Sharon Carpenter. Now it’s time to discuss the culture’s impact with downtown NYC strategy director Grace Gordon.
We’re in the middle of The Tanning of America week here at VH1, and, in addition to the four-part television event airing Feb. 24-27 at 11 PM ET, last week’s screening was quite the star-studded gathering. Steve Stoute, author of the book that inspired the series, was in attendance. Hip-hop legends Nas and Fab Five Freddy showed up, too. Comedy icon Jerry Seinfeld made an appearance, as did Video Music Box creator Ralph McDaniels and our own #HipHopChangedUs contributor Sharon Carpenter. The message of The Tanning of America became a reality on this special night. Check out more photos in our gallery to see what else went down.
The four-part television event, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop, has been enlightening VH1 viewers for two nights now, and it’s still running until Feb. 27, every night at 11 PM ET. We caught up with some of the most important people in media to find out how hip hop changed their lives, and continue the discussion that’s being sparked by the program. We’ve already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media, Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com, Hot 97′s Miss Info, and MTV’s Rob Markman. Now we’re breaking down the culture with REVOLT TV’s Sharon Carpenter.
Last night, The Tanning Of America: One Nation Under Hip Hop premiered on VH1, and it runs until Feb. 27, every night at 11 PM ET. We sat down with some of the most influential people in media to find out how hip hop impacts their lives, and extend the discussion that’s being generated by the four-part television event. We’ve already heard from Joe La Puma of Complex Media, Rafi D’Angelo of SoLetsTalkAbout.com, and Hot 97′s Miss Info. Now it’s time for our conversation with MTV’s Rob Markman.