With Cruella offering a dark origin story for the 101 Dalmatians villainess, Disney might give us more of the same. James Corden and the Jonas Brothers explore what made Eeyore so depressed, how the dogs got spaghetti in Lady and the Tramp, and what the deal was with the “I need six eggs” lady in Beauty and the Beast.
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Melissa McCarthy stars in this comedy about a woman who comes face-to-face with an AI who says that it will destroy the Earth if she can’t prove that humanity is worth saving. James Corden voices the machine, while McCarthy’s husband and writing partner Ben Falcone directed the film. Drops 11.26.2020 on HBO Max.
…or half of it, as least. The one man blockbuster factory dropped by The Late Late Show to recreate scenes from some of his most popular movies. Sadly, they skipped Magnolia to make time for freakin’ Jack Reacher. Oh well, at least Edge of Tomorrow is here.
Jeremy, Richard, and James May dropped by The Late Late Show, but not to perform Carpool Karaoke. Instead, they took host James Corden for three laps around Willow Springs in a Corvette Grand Sport while he offered up trivia questions which affected their lap times.
The Late Late Show host James Corden reveals that he and John Krasinski have shared a curse over the past, uh, few decades: they’ve been kicked out of movies that went on to be hits. It’s just the situation they got them facing, they can’t live a normal life – dammit!
James Corden fills every seat in his Range Rover with the members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as they sing a number of their hits, reminisce about their past, wrestle on someone’s lawn, and perform a brief tribute to the musical Oliver!, led enthusiastically by Flea.