The electrical & incredible James Corden joins us this week for a true gentlemens' sit-down and a journey through the brain of a real talent, who's usually on the other side of the interview. Happy Holidays from the whole SmartLess gang!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-bateman/support
James Corden (“The Late Late Show with James Corden”) and Kathleen Turner (“The Kominsky Method”)
Variety Awards Circuit
“The Late Late Show” host James Corden discusses the unusual year of hosting his show from his garage, and then in a studio with no audience — and the freedom that came with breaking traditional talk show rules. Also, “The Kominsky Method’s” Kathleen Turner on joining the show in Season 3 and reuniting with co-star Michael Douglas. And on the Awards Circuit Roundtable, we wrap up the traditional TV season.
This week, Hillary dedicates the episode to answering listener questions. She’s joined by one-of-a-kind (and hilarious) co-host, The Late Late Show’s James Corden. Together, they tackle wide-ranging topics like overcoming self doubt, solving pressing national security issues, bringing back Broadway, and building up to a two-minute plank.James Corden is an actor and the host of CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. He won a Tony Award for Best Actor for One Man, Two Guvnors and has starred in a number of films, including Into the Woods and The Prom.You can read a full transcript here. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
$170.9M PowerBall with Sam Arlon. James Corden talks the royals. Plus Movies
The National Lottery Results Show
$170.9M PowerBall with Sam Arlon. James Corden talks the royals. PLUS Without Remorse, Thunder Force, Enhanced, The Rookies, Master, Voyagers and Cherry Movie Trailers. Hosted by Michael Barnes. Edited by Martina Piemonte.
After a weirdly long cold open about James Corden the boys eventually start talking about their dream movie roles. Then Brian starts talking about the ever evolving classification of whiteness or something.
“Why was James Corden’s performance in Netflix’s THE PROM offensive to gay people?” with Tim Murray
Speaking Of... Conversations on Voice, Speech, and Identity with Ryan O'Shea
In this episode I’m joined by my talented & deeply funny friend Tim Murray. Tim is an actor, comedian, podcast host and all-around wonderful performer. Tim and I both watched the Netflix film based on the Broadway musical, The Prom, at the same time, and his response to the film inspired a very specific question from me: “Why was James Corden’s performance in Netflix’s The Prom offensive to gay people?” This question opened up several other interesting pathways for our conversation, including the question of whether actors should play characters they don’t represent in real life, whether there is a “gay accent,” and how media depictions of certain groups of people can affect how they are treated in real life.You can find complete show notes and links to everything we’ve mentioned in the episode on https://www.voiceandspeechwithryan.com/podcast.
Skynet featuring James Corden: Superintelligence 2020
How'd You Like That Movie's Podcast
Do you like Melissa McCarthy? Do you like that guy that is always in her films ( Ben Falcone, her husband)?, have you been hoping that their production company On the Day Productions would make a movie about Skynet from Terminator, that has the voice of that lovable british scamp James Corden? If so; your dreams are coming up Milhouse.
Actor, comedian, singer, writer, producer and television host James Corden sat down with HFPA journalist Janet Nepales to discuss his role in the Ryan Murphy-directed Netflix musical comedy The Prom. They also discuss what inspired him to be an entertainer, getting to know Dominic Cooper and the rest of the cast of The History Boys, the development of Carpool Karaoke, naming his son after Paul McCartney, acting in a new take on Cinderella, and more.
The electrical & incredible James Corden joins us this week for a true gentlemens' sit-down and a journey through the brain of a real talent, who's usually on the other side of the interview. Happy Holidays from the whole SmartLess gang!