'Lovecraft Country' part of virtual festival celebrating TV
This image released by HBO shows Jurnee Smollett, from left, Jonathan Majors and Courtney B. Vance in a scene from "Lovecraft Country." The Queens Gambit, Lovecraft Country and What We Do in the Shadows are among the series featured in a virtual edition of the Paley Centers annual festival. (HBO via AP)LOS ANGELES – "Lovecraft Country,” “The Queen’s Gambit” and “What We Do in the Shadows” are among the series featured in a virtual edition of the Paley Center’s annual festival celebrating TV programs and their makers. Sessions with stars and creators of “The Good Doctor” and “Big Sky” round out the festival lineup. Highlights of PaleyFest events past, including for “The Golden Girls” and “The Big Bang Theory,” are available on the Paley Center’s YouTube page at youtube.com/user/paleycenter.
For Trevor Noah, Grammy Awards a return to in-person hosting
FILE - Trevor Noah arrives at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 26, 2020. Noah will host the 2021 Grammy Awards on Sunday. “If you get asked to host the Grammys, I don’t think you take long to say ‘yes,’” said the Emmy winner, who will host Sunday's Grammy Awards from downtown Los Angeles. Ad“Unlike most award shows, the Grammys also are about the performances,” said Noah. So far, Noah said venturing out to prepare for his Grammy hosting duties around other people has been “amazing” and “surreal.” While watching rehearsals, he said the performances gave him and others life.
Royalty TV: UK monarchy and television have complex ties
Britains royal family and television have a complicated relationship. The medium has helped define the modern monarchy: The 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was Britains first mass TV spectacle. (AP Photo/File)LONDON – Britain’s royal family and television have a complicated relationship. The medium has helped define the modern monarchy: The 1953 coronation of Queen Elizabeth II was Britain’s first mass TV spectacle. The fictionalized take of Netflix hit “The Crown” has molded views of the monarchy for a new generation, though in ways the powerful, image-conscious royal family can’t control.
No winners: UK waits for Harry, Meghan's take on royal split
(AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File)LONDON – The timing couldn’t be worse for Harry and Meghan. “Harry and Meghan are hugely popular,’’ Pauline Maclaran, a professor of marketing and author of “Royal Fever: The British Monarchy in Consumer Culture,” told The Associated Press. “The firm” is a nickname for the royal family, sometimes used with affection and sometimes with a note of criticism. More damaging for the palace was the interview Prince Andrew, Harry’s uncle, did with the BBC in 2019. “It’s just such a mess,” said Penny Junor, who has written several books about the royals, including a biography of Harry.
Prince Harry sips tea with James Corden in rare TV interview
Prince Harry sips tea with James Corden in rare TV interview In a rare interview, the Duke of Sussex appeared on "The Late Late Show with James Corden." Harry sipped tea with Corden on an open-air bus, telling the host that he and Meghan moved to the U.S. to avoid intense media scrutiny that was impacting his mental health. Gayle King shares the story.cbsnews.com
Prince Harry raps 'Fresh Prince,' says he didn't walk away
FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020 file photo, Britain's Prince Harry gestures in the gardens of Buckingham Palace in London. Britain's Prince Harry rapped the theme song to the 1990s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air during a late-night talk show interview. At one point they arrived outside the mansion where the opening sequence of Will Smith’s “Fresh Prince” was filmed. “If it was good enough for the Fresh Prince, it’s good enough for a real prince,” Corden says, walking up the drive. “You’re not my wife,″ Harry responded with a shrug, as both men chuckled.
CBS' Brown to host record 10th Super Bowl pregame show
(AP Photo/Bill Wippert, File)CBS' James Brown knows what it is like to host Super Bowl pregame shows when the day transcended beyond the teams competing for a championship. Brown hosted Fox's pregame for the 2002 Super Bowl, which occurred nearly five months after 9/11. With the coronavirus pandemic still at the forefront, Brown realizes Sunday's “Super Bowl Today” show could offer the same opportunities, but in a different manner. This is a different kind of backdrop where many people have just been fatigued, given all of the challenges that we’ve had to endure during this time.”AdThis will be a record 10th Super Bowl pregame hosted by Brown and his sixth for CBS. He became the pregame host for Fox in 1994 when they outbid CBS for the rights to the NFC package.
Kate Hudson in, Spike Lee out and more Golden Globe chaos
From the Kate Hudson movie that no one has heard of to the very awkward shut out of Spike Lee, here’s a look at some of the biggest surprises of the morning. You’d be hard pressed to find someone who wasn’t surprised to hear Kate Hudson’s name announced among the best actress nominees. Lee’s acclaimed Vietnam drama “Da 5 Bloods” was expected to be a shoo-in for any number of categories: Best picture, best director, best actor for Delroy Lindo or supporting actor for Chadwick Boseman, who died last year. The Globe nominations also tested our understanding of what constitutes a film with some interesting categorizations and nominations, putting Steve McQueen’s “Small Axe” anthology film series in a television category. The filmed “Hamilton” performance on Disney+, meanwhile, was eligible in the film categories and picked up two nominations.
Late-night hosts react with shock, anger to Capitol attack
(CBS/NBC/NBC/ABC via AP)NEW YORK – Late-night TV show hosts expressed anger and frustration at the violence at the U.S. Capitol, offering somber monologues that pleaded for unity even as some aimed pointed barbs at those they held responsible for the mobs' actions. “It was a terrible day in the history of this country,” said Jimmy Kimmel on his ABC show Wednesday. “If my grandfather were alive today and saw what was happening in the country that he fought for, he’d be disgusted," said Jimmy Fallon on NBC. "After five years of coddling this president’s fascist rhetoric, guess whose followers want to burn down the Reichstag?” he said. I assure you there are more good people than there are bad, and good will prevail,” Fallon said.
New this week: Jingle Ball 2020 & 2 doses of Meryl Streep
MOVIES— Travel may seem closed off right now but how about a cruise with Meryl Streep, Dianne Wiest and Candice Bergen? — If one Streep film wasn’t enough for you, she’s again in typically fine form in “The Prom,” parodying a diva actor in Ryan Murphy’s adaptation of the 2018 Broadway musical. — AP Film Writer Jake CoyleMUSIC— Jon Bon Jovi has already produced an album this year with “2020” and the concert film "On a Night Like This — Bon Jovi 2020." — AP Entertainment Writer Mark KennedyTELEVISION— This season’s winner for lengthy title: “High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special,” debuting Friday on Disney +. — The CW’s “iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2020,” a 90-minute special based on the annual concert, will air at 8 p.m. EST Monday, Dec. 14.
New Queen Latifah drama gets post-Super Bowl debut showcase
LOS ANGELES – Queen Latifah's upcoming drama series has scored a touchdown. CBS says “The Equalizer” will get the coveted post-Super Bowl slot next February to showcase its debut. A special edition of Stephen Colbert's daily “The Late Show” will follow late local news on Super Bowl night, the network also announced. The returning series “FBI” also is getting special treatment, with its season debut following the NFL's AFC championship game on Sunday, Jan. 24. The other daily CBS late-night program, James Corden's “The Late Late Show,” will air a weekend edition on the night of the conference championship and after local newscasts.
60 Seconds with James Corden
Right now, James Corden is optimistic about "90 percent of everything." The CBS "Late Late Show" host tells Bill Whitaker in a series of rapid-fire questions that, "without YouTube, and without the internet, I don't think our show is anywhere." The last book James Corden read? One thing that James Corden would do over in his life? The one thing James Corden thinks everyone should know?cbsnews.com
James Corden: The talk show host for the internet age
Some of you may know James Corden as the frisky, funny British host of "The Late Late Show" - one of Viacom/CBS' own. James Corden turned a guileless invitation to drive around Los Angeles into something he hangs the show on. And I think-- James h-- you s-- you trust that he's-- he's got this in hand. At 42, it's a good bet James Corden will continue to surprise, delight and evolve before our eyes. James Corden: That's all it's about, isn't it?cbsnews.com
Trevor Noah to host 2021 Grammy Awards
NEW YORK – “The Daily Show” host and comedian Trevor Noah has been tapped to host the 2021 Grammy Awards. The Recording Academy made the announcement hours before the nominees for the upcoming show are revealed. It would mark Noah's first time hosting the Grammys, which will be held Jan. 31. Earlier this year, Noah competed for his first Grammy Award: The 36-year-old Emmy winner was nominated for best comedy album with “Son of Patricia," but lost to Dave Chappelle. See you at the 63rd GRAMMYs!”Alicia Keys was the most recent Grammys host.
James Corden says he's indebted to Mariah Carey for Carpool Karaoke appearance
Getting his guests to sing in his car for "Carpool Karaoke" or reveal secrets in "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts" comedy sketches is more than humor to James Corden. Carpool Karaoke isn't just about singing, he says. It wasn't always easy to get the A-list talent to participate in Carpool Karaoke says Corden. Adele did Carpool Karaoke in 2016; Corden says in 2015, Mariah Carey agreed to be his first passenger, which provided the star power needed to attract other artists and was the breakout hit the show needed. I think it's that important to our show," he tells Whitaker.cbsnews.com
New this week: 'Saved by the Bell,' Miley Cyrus & McCarthy
(Trae Patton/Peacock via AP)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. The Melissa McCarthy comedy, her latest with director-husband Ben Falcone ("Tammy," “The Boss"), had been headed to theaters but will instead debut Thursday on HBO Max. —AP Film Writer Jake CoyleMUSIC— Miley Cyrus is ready to rock ‘n’ roll on her new album. The pop star recruited some famous rock stars to help on her seventh studio release “Plastic Hearts,” including Stevie Nicks, Billy Idol and Joan Jett. Everyone wears wear full hazard protection gear as they navigate a “giant house of cards.”— Can you have a “Saved by the Bell” without Screech?
Golden Globes group gives $5.1 million in grants
Kidman was among the entertainers who appeared to discuss the charities that benefit from HFPA grants. More than $5.1 million in funds were given to over 70 nonprofit organizations during the “HFPA Philanthropy: Empowering the Next Generation” virtual event on Tuesday. The event, formerly known as the Grants Banquet, celebrated some of the organizations with aspiring artists, filmmakers and storytellers. The organization is known for putting on the Golden Globes. Salma Hayek paid homage to the Las Fotos Project, a nonprofit organization that inspires teenage girls through photography.
Pandemic parody of `Goodnight Moon to be released in fall
NEW YORK A popular online spoof of the children's favorite Goodnight Moon, reworked for the coronavirus, will be published by Penguin Random House this fall. The Penguin imprint Philomel Books announced Monday that Good Morning Zoom, written by Lindsay Rechler and illustrated by June Park, is scheduled for Oct. 6. Currently self-published, Good Morning Zoom takes Margaret Wise Brown's beloved bedtime story and turns it into a narrative about Zoom, bread baking, home schooling and other familiar parts of life during the pandemic. Rechler is a banking executive and mother of two who lives in Manhattan. I thought a lot about the contrast between quarantining safely inside versus what was happening outside my window."
James Corden to Make Children's Book 'Real Pigeons Fight Crime' Into Nickelodeon Movie and TV Series
On Tuesday, Nickelodeon announced that it has inked a multi-platform deal with Fulwell 73, the production company headed up by Ben Winston and the 41-year-old Late Late Show host. Corden and Winston will produce both an animated movie and an animated TV series based off of the children's book Real Pigeons Fight Crime, which was first published in 2018. Written by Andrew McDonald and illustrated by Ben Wood, Real Pigeons Fight Crime reveals the secret life of crime-busting pigeons who set out to keep a town safe. "Real Pigeons Fight Crime is about a secret squad of crime-fighting pigeons, with high stakes and true hilarity making it a perfect fit for our audience," added Ramsey Naito, Executive Vice President of Nickelodeon Animation Production and Development. RELATED CONTENT:James Corden Airs New BTS Carpool Karaoke Clip to Thank the BTS ArmyJames Corden and His Band Leader Reggie Watts Tearfuly Discuss RacismJames Corden Reveals 3 'Late Late Show' Staffers Welcomed Baby Girls Within 24 Hours
Don Lemon Praises Jimmy Fallon for Being 'Honest' and 'Brave' in Monologue Addressing Past Mistakes
Fallon spoke with CNN's Don Lemon as part of Monday's special episode, and the newsman commended Fallon for addressing and owning up to his past mistakes. "That was really honest and very brave of you and I appreciate you having the depth really to do what you did in that opening monologue." "So I thought about it and I realized that I cannot not say I'm horrified and I'm sorry and I'm embarrassed. "I wish more people would do that because we can't go back to the way we were," Lemon told Fallon of his public self-reflection. For Lemon, covering the protests and the tragedies that sparked them has been "tough, because it's so personal."
James Corden and 'Late Late Show' Band Leader Reggie Watts Break Down in Tears While Discussing Racism
James Corden addressed the protests going on nationwide following the tragic death of 46-year-old Minnesota man George Floyd on Monday's The Late Late Show, and was overcome with emotion during a conversation with his band leader, Reggie Watts. "White people can not just say anymore, 'Yeah, I'm not racist,' and think that that's enough because it's not," he said. "Now, a policeman takes a knee to a man's neck and our leadership hide in a bunker rather than see this protest." Watts said that fortunately, his parents shielded him from experiencing overt racism growing up, but that they themselves definitely experienced discrimination in the United States. Watts broke down in tears and said he was having a hard time processing everything going on.
Courteney Cox Surprises 13-Year-Old Superfan Who Had a Virtual Friends-Themed Bar Mitzvah
Courteney Cox may be rewatching Friends for the first time, but the 55-year-old sitcom star can't compare to 13-year-old superfan, Naftali. On Monday's The Late Late Show With James Corden, the teen opened up about his virtual bar mitzvah, which just happened to be Friends themed. The bar mitzvah ended up being viewed by thousands of people who were touched by the Borehamwood, England resident's sweet online event. To surprise Naftali, Corden had Cox, aka Monica Geller, call into the video chat. Watch the clip below for more Friends fun:RELATED CONTENT:Coco Arquette Hilariously Grills Mom Courteney Cox on Pregnancy and ParenthoodCourteney Cox Has Jennifer Aniston Shook With Her Latest TikTok DanceWhy Courteney Cox Is Binge Watching 'Friends' During Quarantine
Backstage at the Oscars: Dazed winners and sweet reunions
Diane Keaton, left, and Keanu Reeves appear on stage at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Martin paced back and forth in the wings and stopped a few times to check his lapel and bow tie in the mirror. Later Corden ran into Rudolph and Wiig again, this time in his full “Cats” regalia alongside Rebel Wilson. MAKING PLANSYou never know who you’re going to run into backstage at the Oscars, or who you’re going to see making plans, Iike Chris Rock and Timothée Chalamet or Rami Malek and Oscar Isaac. In the wings they shared a sweet moment: Reeves offered Keaton his arm and the two walked into position linked.
James Corden Reveals the Thing He and Orlando Bloom Drunkenly Shouted at Ivanka Trump
To avoid eating the bull penis, Corden had to reveal what he talked about with Ivanka Trump, the daughter of President Donald Trump, at the recent wedding of British designer Misha Nonoo. But nevertheless he launched into the story about attending the weekend event, which also featured guests like Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Katy Perry. I remember Ivanka was going, 'I'm trying, I'm trying!'" Corden has not been shy about disagreeing with President Trump on many of the day's issues on his show. RELATED CONTENT: Ivanka Trump and Chelsea Clinton Defend Malia Obama After She's Criticized for Smoking Video Embed Code RestartMeghan Markle and Prince Harry Arrive at Designer Misha Nonoos Italian WeddingMeghan McCain Reacts to Ivanka Trump Attending Her Father's FuneralSamantha Bee Addresses Controversial Ivanka Trump Remarks on Her Show
Kanye West Says He Feels Like He's Been Married to Kim Kardashian for '500 Years' in
At long last, after multiple planned "Carpool Karaoke" appearances and subsequent cancellations, James Corden finally managed to travel around with Kanye West, only it wasn't in his regular SUV. Between the performances, West explained how he found God through his struggles with mental health, which he's been very vocal about in the past. After explaining how he and Kim Kardashian-West have been married for five years, West went on to explain, "Marriage years are different than human years." Every marriage year is like 100 years," West joked, adding that it feels like he's been married for "500 years." Recently, Corden dished about his past run-ins with West while driving around Los Angeles with Chance the Rapper for a previous installment of "Carpool Karaoke."
Alexis Bledel Named 'Most Dangerous Celebrity' to Search for by McAfee
Actress Alexis Bledel has been bookish and sweet on Gilmore Girls and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. But the actress herself is now officially dangerous, according to McAfee's list of this year's most dangerous celebrities. No other celebrity was more likely to land users on websites that carry viruses or malware in 2019, the cybersecurity firm announced Tuesday. Trailing Bledel was Late Late Show host James Corden, followed by Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner. Bledel takes over top spot from Ruby Rose, who led last year's list largely because of interest in her playing Batwoman.
Chance the Rapper Dishes on Calling Barack Obama & Hanging With Kanye West In Hilarious New
Chance the Rapper has some friends in high places -- although he has to jump through some hoops to actually chat with them). "I don't have his number, but I have a number for him," Chance said. The Late Late Show airs weekdays at 12:30 a.m. ET/PT on CBS. Check out the video below for some great recent "Carpool Karaoke" moments. Celine Dion Recreates Iconic Scene From 'Titanic' and Sings 'Baby Shark' Cover During 'Carpool Karaoke' Embed Code RestartRELATED CONTENT:Chance the Rapper and Wife Kirsten Welcome Baby No.
Ellen Pompeo Has One Wish for 'Grey's Anatomy's' Final Episode: Bring Back the
The Grey's Anatomy star and executive producer is signed on through season 17 of ABC's long-running medical drama, but could it be her final season? "For the first third of our season, Meredith is dealing with the fallout of the decision she made at the end of last season. Grey's Anatomy airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. The Late Late Show With James Corden airs weeknights at 12:35 a.m. ET/PT on CBS. RELATED CONTENT:'Grey's Anatomy' Boss on How Season 16 Breakup Led to 'Station 19' Romance (Exclusive)'Grey's Anatomy': Kelly McCreary Says Maggie and Jackson 'Endure More Friction' in Season 16 (Exclusive)'Grey's Anatomy': Jake Borelli Says Everyone Is Pushed to Their Limits in Season 16 (Exclusive)'Grey's Anatomy': Kim Raver Says Season 16 Is Just the Start of the 'Roller-Coaster Ride' (Exclusive)
James Corden on Why He Felt Led to Address Bill Mahers Fat-Shaming Comments (Exclusive)
James Corden made headlines over the weekend following a powerful Late Late Show segment in which he presented an impassioned rebuttal against Bill Maher's recent comments advocating fat shaming. The celebrated TV host spoke with ET's Denny Directo backstage after the big win, where he opened up about why he felt the need to speak out regarding the remarks made on Real Time with Bill Maher. "I have nothing but respect for Bill Maher. "What Bill Maher does on his show, he sort of sees something he disagrees with and he talks about it. RELATED CONTENT:James Corden Extends 'Late Late Show' Contract After Hinting He Might Be Done With the ShowJames Corden Reacts to Having Most Emmy Nominations for On-Air Talent in 2019 (Exclusive)John Legend and James Corden's Songs of Summer Medley Will Make Your DayJames Corden on Throwing a Dodgeball at Michelle Obama (Exclusive)
Anna Chambers Says She Was Robbed of 'Justice': Today on Inside Edition
Anna Chambers is furious after charges against two cops accused of raping her were dropped. Speaking to Inside Edition, Chambers shared new details of the alleged assault and said she was robbed of "justice." The ex-cheerleader who was acquitted of killing her newborn was rushed to the hospital immediately after the verdict to be treated for an eating disorder. What the "Late Late Show" host had to say. For these stories and more, watch Inside Edition.
James Corden Claps Back at Bill Maher Over Fat-Shaming Monologue
James Corden is taking on fellow comedian Bill Maher after the host of HBOs Real Time encouraged fat-shaming on his show. We're not all as lucky as Bill Maher. We don't all have a sense of superiority that burns 35,000 calories a day, Corden said Thursday night on his show. The situation started after Maher recently went on a diatribe on Real Time about how fat-shaming should not end. RELATED STORIESWeight Loss Influencer Shops for New Dresses After Having 7 Pounds of Excess Skin RemovedInspired by Mom's Drastic Weight Loss, Honey Boo Boo Says She Wants to Drop Pounds Too'Cosmo' Under Fire for Weight Loss Headline About Woman With Cancer
Kris Jenner Reveals What Embarrasses Her When Looking Back at Old KUWTK Episodes
Kris Jenner is spilling the beans on the one thing that she doesn't love to see when she watches old episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. While on hand, the late-night host asked if Jenner ever cringes when she sees a clip of her family from back in the day. Jenner also discussed how ridiculously prepared she is for any and all crises, including earthquakes, a common phenomenon in Southern California. So, if anybody ever sees me walking down the freeway with a baseball cap on, please pick me up." Khloe later recalled to recalled to her personal assistant, Alexa Okyle that Tristan asked her if she wanted to share a glass of wine, an offer she rejected.
Taylor Swift Shows Off Her Dance Moves in New 'Cats' Teaser
The magic of Cats is coming to the big screen -- and the cast couldn't be more excited to show off their feline footwork! "If you told me I was going to get to be a cat, for work? Swift gushed of her role of Bombalurina in the upcoming Rob Marshall-directed film. However, Corden says, the crazy concept of Cats (and the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical it's based on) is where the magic comes from. "You're gonna take a load of people, and they're going to pretend to be cats," he laughs in the new teaser.
Jeff Goldblum Dancing to Normani's 'Motivation' Will Make Your Day -- Watch!
No matter how good your Labor Day was, it's a solid bet that Jeff Goldblum's was better. On Monday afternoon, a truly charming video made its way online featuring the Jurassic Park star showcasing his very best dance moves to Normani's huge hit, "Motivation," on a balcony in New Orleans. Although Goldblum has a number of unforgettable parts under his belt, his supporting role as The Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnorak, definitely stole scenes. Labor Day wasn't the first time that Goldblum has proudly embraced the pop music world. In December, James Corden revealed his spoof of Ariana Grande's single, "Thank U, Next" -- "Thank U, Jeff."
Taylor Swift's new album features surprise cameos
(CNN) - In "London Boy," the eleventh track on Taylor Swift's seventh album, Lover, the country singer turned pop superstar sets out her love for the British capital, from Camden Market to Highgate to Brixton. The album has only been out for a matter of hours, but Swift's devoted fanbase has already identified the mystery speaker. He suggested a trip on his scooter around London, to which Corden responded: "Oh I'd love a ride on your scooter." "This album is very much a celebration of love, in all its complexity, coziness, and chaos," she wrote. "It's the first album of mine that I've ever owned, and I couldn't be more proud."
James Corden Extends 'Late Late Show' Contract After Hinting He Might Be Done With the Sho
CBS announced on Monday that the 40-year-old Brit has reached a new agreement to host The Late Late Show With James Corden through August 2022. Prior to the agreement, Corden had one year left on his contract. "I shouldn't be the poster boy for anything other than I should only be the poster boy for stopping young children from eating carbs from 13 to 19, you know? That's what I should be the poster boy for." RELATED CONTENT:John Legend and James Corden's Songs of Summer Medley Will Make Your DayJames Corden Says He Struggles With the Idea of Leaving 'Late Late Show'James Corden Admits He Thinks About Leaving 'Late Late Show' and Moving Back to England
James Corden Reacts to Having Most Emmy Nominations for On-Air Talent in 2019 (Exclusive)
James Corden is shying away from the prestige that comes with his whopping seven Emmy nominations this year, the most for an on-air talent. The 40-year-old entertainer has Emmy nominations for Outstanding Variety Talk Series and Outstanding Interactive Program for The Late Late Show With James Corden; Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media Within an Unscripted Program for The Late Late Show Karaoke Primetime Special 2019. However, at the gala, Corden actively worked to focus on the HFPA's charitable work, which the event on Wednesday recognized. Corden also shared his glowing response to the first Cats trailer and some of the surprised responses online to the star-studded film. RELATED CONTENT:John Legend and James Corden's Songs of Summer Medley Will Make Your DayJames Corden Says He Struggles With the Idea of Leaving 'Late Late Show'James Corden Dishes on How Star-Studded Dodgeball Game With Michelle Obama Came About (Exclusive)
John Legend and James Corden's Songs of Summer Medley Will Make Your Day
James Corden and John Legend are beefing over what's a bop versus a ballad! During Tuesday's The Late Late Show, the talk show host ignited a friendly feud when he claimed there's been a lack of new hits this summer. "Seriously, who would want to listen to a ballad when you could listen to a great summer bop? Legend then jokingly declared war, and the bops versus ballads Riff-Off officially began. Nonetheless, it was basically over for Corden once Legend blew the competition away with his own song, "All of Me."
James Corden Says He Struggles With the Idea of Leaving 'Late Late Show'
Could James Corden be leaving The Late Late Show? Now, in a cover story for British GQ's September issue, Corden is opening up about his future in the entertainment industry, and where it all started. "I understand the version of me that people want to meet, and I'll give them that, and that's alright," he says. SIMON WEBBCorden's magazine features comes just over a month after he was a guest on The Best of Chris Evans Breakfast Show With Sky podcast, where he admitted he sometimes thinks about leaving the Late Late Show and moving back to England. RELATED CONTENT:James Corden Admits He Thinks About Leaving 'Late Late Show' and Moving Back to EnglandJames Corden Dishes on How Star-Studded Dodgeball Game With Michelle Obama Came About (Exclusive)Tony Awards 2019: James Corden Kicks Off Ceremony With Bombastic Musical Monologue
'Cats' Official Trailer Drops With Taylor Swift, Idris Elba and More in Digital Fur
The first official trailer for Cats is finally here! Released by Universal Pictures on Friday, the highly anticipated trailer gives fans an up-close look at Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Rebel Wilson, James Corden, Dame Judi Dench and more stars in costume, with the enhancement of digital fur technology. Swift, as Bombalurina, appears at the 1:12 mark, looking like the sexiest of all the cats (as Wilson promised ET!) Swift was also featured in the video, revealing that she "came right off of a stadium tour" and straight into rehearsals for the film. RELATED CONTENT:'Cats' Movie: First Look at Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson and More Stars in RehearsalJennifer Hudson Sings 'Memory' During 'Cats' Presentation at CinemaConTaylor Swift Attends 'Cats' Wrap Party in Leopard Print Look
Taylor Swift, co-stars talk about upcoming 'Cats' movie
We'll have to wait until Friday to see the first official trailer for the "Cats" movie, but a new teaser might satisfy fans who are already eager to pounce. The clip features stars Jennifer Hudson, Jason Derulo, Judi Dench, Idris Elba, Taylor Swift and others speaking about what the project means to them. The musical is based on Andrew Lloyd Webber's long-running stage adaption of a work by another famous T.S. The movie version will be released Dec. 20 and comes from the mind of director and co-writer Tom Hooper, who helmed 2012's "Les Misrables." As one could imagine, large-scale sets and elaborate costuming were required to make humans look like cats.
'Cats' Movie: First Look at Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson and More Stars in
The Cats movie is coming along purrr-fectly! And if that's not exciting enough, it's also the first official look at Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Rebel Wilson, James Corden, Dame Judi Dench and more stars in action. Raving over co-star Swift, Wilson, who plays Jennyanydots, promised that the pop star's portrayal of Bombalurina will be the "sexiest." "She's such a lovely girl and I personally think her cat is the sexiest out of all the cats." RELATED CONTENT:Jason Derulo Says He's 'Surprised Every Single Day' By Taylor Swift's Performance in 'Cats' (Exclusive)Taylor Swift Attends 'Cats' Wrap Party in Leopard Print LookJennifer Hudson Says 'Cats' Live-Action Movie Is 'Something Really Special' (Exclusive)
Meryl Streep to star in Ryan Murphy's adaptation of 'The Prom'
NEW YORK - Ryan Murphy is adapting the Tony Award-nominated and LGBTQ-friendly musical "The Prom" for Netflix, with big names Meryl Streep, Ariana Grande, Nicole Kidman, James Corden, Awkwafina, Keegan-Michael Key and Andrew Rannells set to star, Deadline reports. It is based on an original concept from Jack Viertel and a book by Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin. According to the report, Streep and Corden will play Dee Dee Allen and Barry Glickman, playwrights bruising from their dud production about Eleanor Roosevelt. "The Prom" was nominated for seven Tony Awards this year, including best musical as well as lead actress in a musical nods for Beth Leavel and Caitlin Kinnunen, who starred as Dee Dee and Emma respectively. "The Prom" is targeted for a fall 2020 release and is part of Murphy's multi-year creative deal with Netflix and will.
Why James Corden is "terrified" to host 2016 Tony Awards
A little over a year ago, "The Late Late Show with James Corden" burst onto the scene, proving that Corden knew how to find laughs and an audience. In addition to intense rap battles with celebrities, he also created the cultural phenomenon, "Carpool Karaoke." Corden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss hosting Sunday's 70th annual Tony Awards on CBS and his show's success.cbsnews.com
1/19: Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump; "Carpool Karaoke" gets a fresh look
Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump on Tuesday, a blow to Senator Ted Cruz's bid to consolidate Tea Party support in Iowa; The Ricardos and the Mertzes may have invented carpool karaoke in a 1955 Pontiac on the show "I Love Lucy", but James Corden has taken it to the next level on "The Late Late Show."cbsnews.com
"Carpool Karaoke" gets a fresh look
The Ricardos and the Mertzes may have invented carpool karaoke in a 1955 Pontiac on the show "I Love Lucy." But James Corden has taken it to the next level on "The Late Late Show." Mark Phillips takes a look at the latest version of the classic combo of driving and singing.cbsnews.com
Adele and James Corden jam out in car
"Late Late Show" host James Corden gives a special sneak preview of tonight's episode-- his latest edition of "carpool karaoke" featuring the one and only Adele. CBSN's Don Dahler and Jamie Yuccas have the video of Corden and Adele rolling in the deep.cbsnews.com
James Corden comes to America
James Corden comes to America The popular British actor, star of the new movie musical "Into the Woods," is leaving the comfortable confines of the London show-biz scene to come to America and become the new host of CBS' "The Late Late Show." James Corden spoke with CBS News' Mark Phillips about his new gig.cbsnews.com