Steve Carell says he watches Top Gear “all the time” and wants to be a Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. That’s what he told TopGear.com in an interview to promote his new movie Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
On this week’s James May’s Man Lab, James takes on game theory.
Or, really, game show theory.
The phrase “herding cats” is commonly used to describe endeavors in which leaders or managers try to organize or coordinate individuals (like felines) who are inherently unable to be coerced into any sort of group activity.
“Choosing the car you drive is like choosing your wardrobe, maybe even more important,” Vin Diesel told TopGear.com about Fast & Furious 6.
It may not be Christmas in July for James May, but it’s Christmas in *May* for James May’s Man Lab.
They said it couldn’t be done: no way could James May make a penalty kick (yes, we’re talking soccer, folks) in front of 20,000 screaming German fans. And to add to the pressure, James took the penalty at the exact spot where …
James May is on a mission. In his show James May’s Man Lab, he is striving to do nothing less than to revive our spirit of invention.