Columbus Short Admits To Drug Use, Beverly Johnson Writes Essay Against Bill Cosby + More in Today's Last Lap

Columbus Short struggled with cocaine use during his time on Scandal, Beverly Johnson revisits a dark time involving Bill Cosby, your favorite BBC shows may be turned into an amusement park, and more in Last Lap.

  • Former Scandal star Columbus Short admits to substance abuse during his time on the show. [Access Hollywood]
  • In an essay for Vanity Fair, model Beverly Johnson writes that Bill Cosby drugged her. [Vanity Fair]
  • BBC shows including Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Top Gear are considered being turned into theme park attractions. [The Guardian]
  • Mark Wahlberg's assault victim from a 1988 incident forgives the actor. [Vulture]
  • The fellas are back in the Hot Tub Time Machine 2 trailer.

  • Instagram has officially surpassed Twitter in popularity with 300 million users. [PR Daily]
  • Have you seen the new Workaholics season five trailer? The guys do action, and it's definitely tight butthole. [Comedy Central]
  • Sony's Amy Pascal says her comments in the company's leaked emails are "not an accurate reflection of who [she is]." [Variety]
  • Steve Carell and Jimmy Fallon do their own rendition of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing." [EW]

  • DreamWorks pushes Kung Fu Panda 3 release date to 2016, clearing the way for Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2015. [Variety]
  • Rebel Wilson hinted at being part of the Ghostbusters remake. [Vanity Fair]
  • On Big Morning Buzz Live, Steve Urkel himself reveals the dos and don'ts of approaching him on the street.
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