CBS late night hosts Stephen Colbert and James Corden took different approaches in discussing the exit of their boss Les Moonves.
Paul McCartney and James Corden came together for the latest installment of Carpool Karaoke on "The Late Late Show."
In a game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts with Steven Tyler, James Corden revealed the singer who walked out on what would have been a special Carpool Karaoke.
Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin joined James Corden in a spoof of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," and poor Corden was having a hard time accepting his role as "the ugly."
James Corden’s employees will go to extreme measures to hide from the “Late Late Show” host, playing Monopoly in silence or bubble-wrapping musical instruments to stay quiet. In “A Quiet Place,” a family must live in silence, otherwise creatures will hunt them. In the parody, Corden just doesn’t seem to get the picture, and constantly tries to hang out with his employees.
Jaden Smith celebrated his first appearance on the Late Late show With James Corden by bringing something special to share, his old dreadlocks.
Jason Momoa of “Justice League” and “Game of Thrones” fame was pretty young when he fell for the woman who's now his wife, Lisa Bonet of “The Cosby Show” fame. And he got pretty obsessed with her. He told the story on “The Late Late Show With James Corden.”
On "The Late Late Show," James Corden revealed that before the kids from "Stranger Things" made it big as actors, they were all in a Motown cover band together called "The Upside Downs."
On "The Late Late Show," James Corden, Matt LeBlanc, Hailey Baldwin, and William H. Macy played "Nuzzle Waaa?" guessing random objects using only their faces.
On "The Late Late Show With James Corden," the cast of "Thor: Ragnarok" surprised an audience at an early screening of the film to act out scenes from the movie.
“We have a storyline coming up about, basically a man has realized that ... he doesn't give his wife orgasms. … And we wanted to say a part of the female anatomy that ... I don't think has ever been said on live-action network television before.”
Sure, options like bird saliva are pretty disgusting, but watching musician Charlie Puth react to them was priceless.