Not too shabbily, as it happens.
Having been the subject of more than a few snarky editorials and the prominent side-eye of David Letterman, James Corden’s first appearance on The Late Late Show went very well indeed. A hit with critics and viewers alike.
James Corden is heading to American television, and we are so happy about it. The 36-year-old British actor is taking over Craig Ferguson‘s spot on The Late Late Show on Monday, March 23.
Prone to hyperbole we may be, but this trailer is entirely delightful and should definitely be experienced at your earliest convenience.
Sundays are typically quiet with people winding down after the weekend, and gearing up for the workweek. But, not this past Sunday with both the 2015 BAFTAs happening in London, and a Brit-tastic presence at the Grammy Awards in Los …
We don’t like to stir the pot, but we’ll step out of character this one time: What’s up with David Letterman picking on our Anglo favorites?
Our congratulations go to two of the U.K.’s most beloved acting luminaries, as John Hurt and Kristin Scott Thomas have been made a knight and a dame respectively in the Queen’s 2015 New Year’s Honours List.
Britain’s James Corden concedes the prospect of hosting The Late Late Show is a little daunting, saying, “It’s a bit terrifying if I’m honest. I hope it’s all right. I hope I can pull it off.
Tracey Ullman, who plays Jack’s mother in the big screen musical Into the Woods, is a big fan of the work. She says: “It’s always been an extraordinary musical, but everyone gets their wish, and then it all goes wrong, it falls …
“I love you so much,” coos Dame Judi Dench to her pet tortoise Alfie in the film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot (tortoise backward). Dustin Hoffman’s character, Mr.
Co-creators James Corden and Mathew Baynton make their return in The Wrong Mans, co-produced by BBC and Hulu.com.