Who could possibly fill James Corden's shoes as the host of the upcoming spinoff Carpool Karaoke series on Apple Music? No one, it turns out.
Life met art in the 2016 TV Hot List. Veep, a political satire about a White House run, was declared Hottest Comedy, but was trumped by the real thing, which […]
Last week, in the ongoing Super Bowl of U.K. Christmas ads, Sainsbury's released "The Greatest Gift." This sweet stop-motion animation story is about Dave, a working cog who just wants to be home for the holidays. Created by AMV BBDO, the West End-style musical film is set to "The Greatest Gift for Christmas Is Me," sung by James Corden and composed by Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie. Conchords fans won't be disappointed by the lyrics, which, while being slyly funny, convey truths that resonate with most adults, especially this time of year.
James Corden is taking a break from singing with celebrities on Carpool Karaoke to designing his own 3-D-printed cars in a new campaign for Chase Sapphire. Corden stars in "Reserve What's Next," Chase's video series that explores the future of travel and next-level travel experiences.
There's a certain kind of advertising that you know is vying for a Cannes Lion, the kind of prestige work that will really make you think about the state of humanity—and if you're lucky, the brand behind the spot. Apple Music's new spot, which broke on Sunday night's Emmy Award telecast and pointed to the extended online version version below (brilliant timing, A+ media team), has James Corden pitching ad ideas for Apple Music—goofy and, later, overly ambitious ideas—much to the chagrin of Apple's execs, who'd rather just tell people about the app's functionality.
If you love yourself some Carpool Karaoke, Air New Zealand's hoping you'll be willing to watch celebrities hit new decibel levels in an airplane cockpit. The below video is a public pitch aimed straight for late-night talk show host James Corden, who has created viral hit after viral hit with the popular segment, featuring musicians and other stars singing along with him to popular tracks while driving around Los Angeles. Corden notably even convinced Michelle Obama to jam to Beyoncé last month). "Mate, we've got a pitch for you," the Air New Zealand video begins. "Picture this: You. Us."
The Late Late Show with James Corden wasn't kidding about trying to beat Spike's new rival series (also combining cars and karaoke) to the punch.
What would you do with fame, if you had it? Would you simply enjoy all the perks and pay that come with it, or would you use it as a launching pad for your creative passions?
James Corden has deployed the biggest gun in his arsenal—Carpool Karaoke—in an effort to boost ratings for Sunday's Tony Awards.
In late night, digital success has become almost as important as linear ratings, and by that measure, The Late Late Show with James Corden is the daypart's new king. On Feb.