When James hears about the new "Tomb Raider" film coming out March 16, 2018, he takes exception to not auditioning for the role of Lara Croft - a part made for him, and not Alicia Vikander.
James asks Sonequa Martin-Green about the upcoming "Star Trek: Discovery" and learns the background of her character, First Officer Michael Burnham.
When James discovers his new intern has forgotten to fill his mug again, Nick Jonas arrives to clean up his mess and rectifies the situation with a massage for his boss.
James Corden heads to an Old Navy to give one of their employees a break, and learns the ropes of helping customers become rockstars, gift wrapping and keeping the store in order.
When an office worker calls the IT department to solve a computer issue, confusion leads to Pennywise showing up when hearing a call for "It," and things don't make much more sense when information technology finally arrives.
James invites the women of Fifth Harmony to play a game of Flinch. Who can keep the most in their martini glass as fruit is launched at them at unbelievable speeds?
When James gets to joking on the new "Goop" magazine in his monologue, founder and cover model Gwyneth Paltrow shows up to prove how helpful her brand is for all sorts of people at The Late Late Show.
When James shares that Carpool Karaoke guests often ask for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" it always makes him think of the classic "Wayne's World" scene and learns Dana Carvey hadn't quite memorized the lyrics and had Garth wing it.
James decides to share one of The Late Late Show's favorite office activities: looking at pictures of dogs in sunglasses and wondering what kinds of things they're in to.
When James shares how he fell into a boy band wormhole recently, Liam Payne shows up with The Filharmonic to challenge Corden's claim that boy bands are superior to solo artists, settling it with a riff-off featuring music from *NSYNC, George Michael, Hansen and One Direction.
James asks Emma Bunton about a rumor she's coming off a long night out in Los Angeles, and learns she got another tattoo after a few drinks -- the third tattoo she's gotten this summer.
Late Late Show music guest Billy Idol performs his classic song "White Wedding" for the Stage 56 audience.
After James asks Nikolaj Coster-Waldau about his musical abilities, James and Lin-Manuel Miranda start to workshop what a "Game of Thrones" musical would sound like.
After seeing one of Ray Romano's sons, Matt, on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' angling for a girlfriend, James asks Ray and Julia Louis-Dreyfus to help Greg, Ray's other son -- who works at The Late Late Show-- choose a date from among three single women in the audience.
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito" is James Corden's song of the summer, and he celebrates it with a remix set to lyrics summarizing the summer of 2017, everything from North Korea to everything Donald Trump to fidget spinners.
Ahead of his Floyd Mayweather's big fight against Conor McGregor, James makes his pitch to add his name to the list of esteemed hype men Mayweather uses before bouts, but he can't quite find the right vibe.
James Corden invites Broadway superstar Lin-Manuel Miranda to star in his most challenging role yet -- "Hair" performed in a real crosswalk on Beverly Boulevard at CBS.
Jeremy Renner is asked about Elizabeth Olsen's claim that he resembles Grumpy Cat, as he's sitting next to the voice of Grumpy Cat, Aubrey Plaza.
John Boyega tells James about becoming friends with the man who played Indiana Jones, and how a night out with Harrison Ford at a Nigerian restaurant in London led to a very close encounter afterwards.
After going through some fashion history and sense with Lily Collins and Anthony Mackie, James asks Lily if he and Mackie can see why the internet is wild about Lily's eyebrows.
James asks Kate Beckinsale about an old photo she posted on Instagram and learns she had eyes for Rob Lowe long before she made it to Hollywood.
James Corden meets with the ladies of Little Mix to propose a duet as part of their performance on the show and does not want to take "no" for an answer.
James and Gordon Ramsay give fans a look at their new project, MasterChef Junior Junior, where the two push the boundaries and look for America's youngest great home cooks. No baby is too young.
After James learns about Niecy Nash's pre-sex scene routine with actors, Matt Bomer, Niecy and James share their safewords and discuss and naked video chat.
James Corden responds to President Donald Trump's decision to ban transgender people from the military with a parody of the classic song "L-O-V-E."
James and Usher hit the road to work, singing Usher's classics like "OMG" and "Caught Up" before the two work on James's club entrance and help a group of guys with some car trouble.
After learning that Mark Hamill is beyond tired of hearing the famous Star Wars phrase "I am your father," James brings out four sets of father-children combos and has Mark, Anna Faris and Jenny Slate which Dad is actually the parent of the child they're with.
James and his former roommate Dominic Cooper paint a very vivid picture for Laura Haddock on what it'd be like to live with them, and James puts Laura's obsessive compulsive disorder to the test.
Playing on Benicio del Toro's new Heineken ad, James, tending the bar, can't help but catch Benicio's striking look in his direction and lets his emotions overcome him.
James asks Jamie Foxx what fans can expect from his return to stand-up comedy, and Jamie recalls his first meeting with Kanye West, which led to them recording "Slow Jamz."
James Corden wakes up Katy Perry and her dog Nugget to answer tough questions or eat nauseating foods like cow tongue and bird saliva.
James welcomes his guests Alison Brie, Seth Rogen and Will Arnett, and immediately realizes the four of them would make for an amazing, raunchy romantic comedy.
After talking to Edgar Wright about the process of writing out a chase scene for "Baby Driver, James asks Fred Armisen and Tituss Burgess how they would fare as getaway drivers.
As James starts a Dogs In Sunglasses bit, Jamie Foxx interrupts James wondering why he isn't doing any music and challenges James to a riff-off with a special appearance from Ansel Elgort and The Filharmonic.
James asks Seth Rogen about a recent bachelor party he attended and learned the group went into the Nevada desert to hang and connect with camels.
James asks Dean Norris about playing a law enforcement agent 35 times in his career and if it comes in handy whenever he's pulled over by the police (it does).
James asks Alison Brie about her recent nuptials with Dave Franco and the experience of watching him in a sex scene in a recent film, and the group breaks down the difference between comedy sex scenes and sexy sex scenes.
James invites Seth Rogen to join him on pizza deliveries around Los Angeles offering customers a choice: stick with their pizza or take whatever is in the mystery pizza box, which includes stunts with Dominic Cooper.