James and Zooey Deschanel talk about the shared experience of having to perform in a recording studio in front of Justin Timberlake for "Trolls."
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After 17 people were murdered in a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, James looks at measures other countries have taken to curb gun violence and wonders why Americans continue to refuse to make any changes.
Fellow co-stars James Corden and Margot Robbie ask Domhnall Gleeson about heading to Australia to shoot "Peter Rabbit" -- an experience James and Margot didn't have only voicing characters -- and learned Domhnall had a fierce battle against the sun and heat.
James shares the hidden side effects of things you and people you meet do every day, like trying to explain something as a Hugh Grant character.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Peter Rabbit" shows how James Corden, the voice of the animated lead character, went unnecessarily method for the role, undergoing an operation and taking on an insane diet that really scared off his co-stars.
James Corden is excited to share some of his favorite things about the new American Crime Story, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace," including the show's love of pink, tank tops and their hero character.
In a never-before-seen moment from the '50 Shades films, James Corden invites a very innocent Jamie Dornan into his secret room, introducing him to a whole new world of pleasure using model train sets.
James shares highlights of his Mom and Dad, Margaret and Malcolm, working the red carpet and backstage areas of the GRAMMY Awards, chatting with everyone from U2 to Cardi B and singing happy birthday to Rick Ross.
On the last day of 2018's first month, James decides to break down 31 days of madness, covering everything from Steve Bannon to stable genius to Oprah 2020 to Stormy Daniels and the GRAMMY Awards.
James Corden enters the arena to battle against Helen Mirren in Drop the Mic and Helen reminds James her credentials run laps around The Late Late Show host.
Fresh off hosting the GRAMMY Awards, James Corden explains what moves he had to pull off to make the "Fire and Fury" auditions clip happen, and how Hillary Clinton bailed him out from a tough call to Cher.