Corden takes over from long running host Craig Ferguson this Monday (March 23rd).
British funnyman James Corden is about to take the biggest leap of his career, as he assumes the host’s chair on 'The Late Late Show', taking over from the departing Craig Ferguson. While the 36 year old might not be a household name in the US, back in the UK Corden has been providing laughs for over a decade now. But what does America need to know about James Corden?
America, it's time to meet James Corden
1. 'Gavin and Stacey'
The British star makes his debut turn as host of CBS' 'The Late Late Show' next Monday (March 23rd).
With less than a week to go before his big American TV debut, James Corden has spoken of his excitement and nervousness ahead of hosting ‘The Late Late Show’ for the first time.
The British actor, 36, spoke to People magazine ahead of next Monday’s (March 23rd) edition of the nightly CBS talk show. The successful Broadway Tony winner was selected to replace fellow Brit Craig Ferguson when the latter announced his departure back in 2014.
James Corden makes his 'Late Late Show' debut next week on CBS
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Corden will take over from Craig Ferguson as host of the late-night talk show on March 23rd.
British comedian James Corden is preparing for his big move stateside, as the 36 year old gears up to take over ‘The Late, Late Show’ on CBS, when host Craig Ferguson ends his decade long run later this month. In the meantime, Corden has opened up to mag GQ about the upcoming move, while also showing more than a little back while being pictured in his very British kitchen.
James Corden covers this month's GQ magazine
Speaking about moving his family to Hollywood Corden said he still refuses to dress up for the paparazzi telling the mag, “I still believe, ‘If I put this hat on, no one will see me!’”
The host of CBS' 'Late Late Show' announced he will departing from his current job in December.
Craig Ferguson has had his own late night talk show for over a decade, so he definitely know what he is talking about when it comes to being a host, in fact the Scottish comedian was even gracious enough to give an up and coming host, Seth Meyers, a stern warning about the job.
Ferguson stopped by NBC's 'Late Night' on Tuesday night (Sept 16th)
Ferguson, who is leaving his position on CBS' 'Late Late Show' in December,' stopped by NBC's 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' on Tuesday night (Sept 16th) and described how this job can make you "go crazy," as well as bizarrely recalling being in a rock band with 'Doctor Who' star, Peter Capaldi.
The 51 year-old comedian is set to become the new host of a 7 p.m. syndicated talk show for Tribune stations.
This past April, Craig Ferguson announced that he will departing as host of CBS's 'The Late Late Show' when his current contract expires in December 2014 after a ten year-run, but it seems the Scottish-born comedian won't be out of a job for long.
Ferguson is reportedly going to sign a deal to host a new talk show once his current contract expires
Ferguson is reportedly in talks and very close to signing a deal to become the host of a 7 p.m. syndicated talk show on Tribune stations that will run daily for half an hour, Variety reports. The show is being pushed for a launch in the fall of 2015.
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Bigger and even richer than the terrific 2010 hit animation, this sequel is also quite possibly the best action-adventure movie of the year. Not only are its big set-pieces thrillingly rendered with first-rate special effects, but the characters are complex and involving. And the script effortlessly combines jagged wit, youthful exuberance, heart-stopping romance and even some rather bleak emotions.
Five years have passed since Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) discovered his ability to interact with dragons, specifically his inseparable pal Toothless, bringing a new era of dragon-related fun to the small Viking island of Berk. But now his father Stoick (Gerard Butler) is talking about passing on the mantel of chief to Hiccup, and he's not sure he's ready for that. He'd much rather be out zooming over the ocean exploring uncharted lands. Then on one of his trips he encounters a group of dragon hunters led by Eret (Kit Harington), who is helping the notorious villain Drago (Djimon Hounsou) build an army. But this leads Hiccup to an even more startling discovery: his mother Valka (Cate Blanchett) turns out to be alive and running a secret sanctuary for dragons. Can they team up to stop Drago?
It's a rare film that manages to work equally well in the quiet moments as in the massive spectacle, but writer-director Dean DeBlois never wobbles at all. Without ever manipulating the audience, he seamlessly shifts from tear-inducing happiness to soaringly thrilling battle action to agonising emotional pain. The coming-of-age plot may feel familiar, but it's packed with fresh touches, hilarious observations and some surprising twists and turns along the way.
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Ferguson made the announcement during Monday's show.
Craig Ferguson is the latest in a line of late night TV hosts to announce his departure. Just weeks after Letterman announced his pending retirement to be replaced by Stephen Colbert and a few months after NBC’s game of late night musical chairs, Ferguson is stepping down as host of The Late Late Show. After logging 10 years on the job, Ferguson will cease his duties as Late Late Show host this December when his contract with CBS expires. The members of the studio audience at the taping of Monday’s show were the first ones to learn the news.
The changes at CBS continue.
"CBS and I are not getting divorced, we are 'consciously uncoupling," Ferguson said, referencing Gwyneth Paltrow’s bizarre choice of words for her split with Chris Martin a few weeks ago. "But we will still spend holidays together and share custody of the fake horse and robot skeleton, both of whom we love very much."
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The Scottish-born comedian, who began hosting 'The Late Late Show' in 2004, announced that he will be leaving the CBS show to his studio audience on Monday (April 28th).
The landscape of late night talk shows is changing once again!
The Scottish-born comedian made the surprising announcement to the in studio audience on Monday night's (April 28th) episode.
It's been five years since blacksmith apprentice Hiccup managed to end the battle between dragons and the Vikings of Berk alongside his pet fire-breather Toothless, and now the islanders are spending their time with a new sport: dragon racing. Hiccup and Toothless prefer to spend their own time exploration, however, but when a new adventure leads to them to an ice cave of wild dragons they find themselves facing a whole new threat. That's not the only surprise in store for Hiccup though, as now is also the time he meets his long lost mother; a fearless dragon expert. She teams up with Hiccup and his friends to face the insane villain Drago Bludvist, who wishes to have control over all the dragons in the land; between family reunions, a crazed tyrant and unruly baby dragons, Hiccup has a lot on his plate in his latest adventure.
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Ben is a young boy who, like any other kid his age, loves to spend his time coloring his carefully constructed crayon drawings. However, much unlike any other's crayons, Ben's come to life every night when he's asleep and venture into their crayon box world of rainbows and vibrant adventures. One night, their multihued fun is threatened by two brutal unfinished drawings named King Scrawl and Gnat, who plan to drain the color from the city by blocking their rainbow waterfall. Determined to stay bright, the crayons embark on a mission to save themselves from a lifetime of black and white - the only problem is, they have to rectify the blockage before Ben wakes up in just a few hours' time. Can the crayons restore their chances of staying colorful in time? Or will they be doomed to dullness forever?
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Megan Wallace-Cunningham and Craig Ferguson - Megan Wallace-Cunningham and Craig Ferguson Los Angeles, California - host of 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson' sitting on a bench with his wife while drinking Starbucks Wednesday 7th October 2009
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