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Ashton Kutcher's gone from Punk'd to parenthood, but have no fear: He still knows how to pull a good prank! This time, Mila Kunis' love is undercover as hipster techie with a man bun, determined to sell Lenovo tablets (he's an investor and product engineer for the company) to unassuming Aussies. And while Ashton's celebrity has increased exponentially since his MTV days, he manages to kiss and spoon plenty of people Down Under without them discovering his true identity! Thanks to hidden cameras (oh, the nostalgia!), we get to see all of Ashton's antics unfold. Speaking with one gentleman named Dick, the former Two and a Half Men star demonstrates how the "ergonomic" tablet's »
James Corden is off to a great start hosting The Late Late Show this week, chatting with Mila Kunis and reciting lines from Tom Hanks movies with Tom Hanks. For his latest skit, he enlisted Mariah Carey for some karaoke in the car. Though at first the pop diva was hesitant, they ended up singing to some of Carey's greatest hits. Listen, Corden has a solid voice, but if this were a competition rather than a jam session, I think we all know who sounds better. Watch below! »
While everyone scrutinizes James Corden’s TV ratings, no examination of the current late-night landscape is complete without a look at how CBS is faring online with viral clips of its new host.
Corden’s got a lot of catching up to do, according to data based on his opening night of CBS’ “The Late Late Show with James Corden” provided by ListenFirst Media.
After Corden’s debut, his show’s YouTube channel generated 590,686 “engagements,” which combines views, thumbs up comments and new subscribers. This puts “The Late Late Show’s” channel light years behind the late night YouTube leader Jimmy Fallon; Fallon’s videos on the channel for NBC’s “The Tonight Show” registered 21,174,263 engagements over the same period (March 23 to 24).
- Marianne Zumberge
Mila Kunis, you've got a good man! Ashton Kutcher not only wants diaper duty—he's campaigning on behalf of dads everywhere to bring changing tables into men's restrooms everywhere. Earlier this month, the actor-entrepreneur became frustrated when he needed to change daughter Wyatt's diaper but found there was no changing station in the men's restroom. He vented about the conundrum on Facebook, writing, "There are Never diaper changing stations in mens public restrooms. The first public men's room that I go into that has one gets a free shout out on my Fb page! #BeTheChange" The post was liked over 244,000 times, and as Ashton noted in a March 16 follow-up post, the »
Set your DVR’s cuz there’s a new face on the late night scene. James Corden officially kicked off his gig on The Late Late Show last night, and it was a hit. In addition to some hilarious bits, Corden was joined by stars Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis – sitting side-by-side on a couch.
However, the best part came when Hanks and Corden looked back at the Oscar-winning actor’s career. Green screen, black turtle necks and some clever props were all the two needed as they raced through scenes from 29 of Hanks’ movie hits.
Apollo 13 was funny, but Big won it, hands down.
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- Melissa Thompson
James Corden took the Us by storm this week, with his debut as host of The Late Late Show, and, boy, did he rip up the chat-show rule book. He brought his chair out from behind the host’s desk to be closer to his guests – Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks – who shared the sofa. And Corden sat on the left of the screen, if you please. Every other late-night American chatmeister sits screen-right and brings their guests out one by one. But why do we expect these shows to stick to such rigid set-ups?
Related: James Corden's Late, Late Show: winning debut with room for improvement
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- Julia Raeside
Mila Kunis may have confirmed that she’s already married to Ashton Kutcher on The Late Late Show Monday night. Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher Married? Kunis appeared on The Late Late Show with Tom Hanks for the first show with British comedian and Into the Woods actor James Corden as host. Corden, asking the question many […]
- Chelsea Regan
James Corden kicked off his new stint as host of The Late Late Show in style last night, bringing in plenty of big name talent and at least one video that is sure to go viral. His first guests included Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks, the later of which re-enacted every one of his movie roles in 8 minutes alongside the host.
Also coming onboard for the big night was James Corden's Into the Woods co-star Meryl Streep, who was joined by Arnold Schwarzenegger in a taped skit that showed James Corden getting into shape for his grueling new job as a nightly talk show host. He also did a lengthy intro, explaining to his audience who he is, where he hails from in High Wycombe, England and the fact that he has a wife and two young children.
Other highlights of the night included CBS corporate chief Leslie Moonves »
James Corden kicked off his "Late Late Show" debut on Monday in a "Big" way!
The host and Tom Hanks, who was the show's first guest along with Mila Kunis, recreated the history of the actor's career in just eight minutes in a sketch aptly titled, "Every Tom Hanks Movie in 8 Minutes (with Tom Hanks and James Corden)."
Watch: James Corden: Is He Ready For Late Night TV?
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TV Rewind: James Corden’s Late Late Premieres, Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks Kick It Off Videos We are so in, This chat show is more like Graham Norton’s style and less like classic late night chatters Jay Leno or David Letterman.Corden’s chatty British manner fit well with this inclusive format that has guests out together, almost like a low key intimate party.Talking with guest Mila Kunis about her new baby, Corden commented that from his own experience, “One kid is like having a pet. Two is like you have a zoo.”Reggie Watts got to ask questions too. We love this Comedy […] »
- April Neale
Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger were spotted having a romantic dinner together - Et Dancing With the Stars partners finally address dating rumors - Us Weekly The latest on Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's relationship - Gossip Girl An Sat prep book misquotes Taylor Swift lyrics - HuffPost Celebrity Why Jennifer Aniston is delaying her wedding plans - Ok! Leonardo DiCaprio parties with Justin Bieber at a club - Lainey Gossip The actress from The Ring is all grown up - BuzzFeed Sarah Michelle Gellar goes on a cute date with Freddie Prinze Jr. - People 5 awesome moments you may have missed in movies - Cracked »
Mila Kunis does motherhood her own way, and that’s one of the things we love about her. If that means accidentally thinking about her newborn during intercourse, so be it.
We know she likes to take charge with Ashton Kutcher in the bedroom, but last night we learned even more about their private time during her appearance on the first episode of The Late Late Show. Host James Corden asked if her mind wanders to baby Wyatt while getting it on and after jokingly refusing, she admitted, “I’ve thought it, but-” when Corden cut in, “But you’ve never said it.” Mila laughed and continued, “I’m like, I wonder if that’s her making that noise… wait, what’s happening?!”
Ps- Tom Hanks’ reaction while this was going on is everything.
If you think Mila’s confession is weird, shame on you for judging her honesty. Praises »
- Taylor Ferber
James Corden spent a lot of time introducing himself on his debut hosting the revamped Late Late Show Monday night. "Believe me: However shocked you are [that I'm hosting this show], you will never be as shocked as I am," he sweetly told viewers as he substituted in a brief autobiographical summary where a monologue would traditionally go. As a closing segment, he sang a wrap-up song that included him reminding us of his name. There was a long, mostly funny prerecorded sketch explaining how, exactly, he wound up as the host of a late-night show — by winning a Willy Wonka–style golden ticket from a chocolate bar dropped by Chelsea Handler. And between all these introductions and moments of quasi-humility, Corden did a perfectly solid job. Last night's premiere went about as well as a premiere can go.Corden was plenty affable, comparing parenting tips with guests Mila Kunis and Tom »
- Margaret Lyons
Last night saw the debut of James Corden as the newest Late Late Show host, as the British actor, who was last seen on the big screen in the 2014 musical Into The Woods, stepped in to take over from Craig Ferguson in the post-Letterman time slot, following Ferguson’s decision to step down from the role. Corden’s first guests included Jupiter Ascending‘s Mila Kunis and two-time Academy Award winner Tom Hanks.
Recreating Hanks’ filmography can be a challenge, as the performer has worked in a wide range of films over the years, from comedies such as Turner & Hooch to dramas such as Philadelphia, and even animated fare, such as the Toy Story films. Corden, however, took on that challenge last night, with Hanks in the studio to lend a helping hand. The resulting video, in which Corden dons the same wig to play everyone from Meg Ryan to Daryl Hannah, »
- Deepayan Sengupta
Jason Derulo wants his fans to swipe right on him.
Jordin Sparks' ex-boyfriend premiered his sexy new music video "Want to Want Me" on the dating app Tinder and was certain his fans would support the creative manner in which he made the debut. "I wanted to find a new unique way to launch my video," Derulo said in a statement. "I know my fans are tapped into social networking so what better way to launch my video for 'Want To Want Me' than through one of the fastest rising social networking apps, Tinder."
The 25-year-old R&B star added, "I see this app as the wave of the future. I know my fans will swipe right."
The four-minute video is extremely sexual as a shirtless Derulo seduces his sexy, scantily-clad love interest. Is this a way to show Sparks what she's missing? After all, she »
Angelina Jolie writes a moving piece about getting her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed, Mila Kunis continues to play coy about wedding rumors, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence can’t get intimate, and more celebrity news.
Angelina Jolie opens up about her cancer scare and her decision to proceed with surgeries in the NY Times. [NY Times] From her Late Late Show interview last night, we still don’t really know if Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher got married. [YouTube] Bradley Cooper says he and Jennifer Lawrence “laughed most of the time” while shooting Serena sex scenes. [Just Jared] Watch Kylie Jenner give a two-minute makeover. [YouTube] Bethenny Frankel admits she “sometimes” looks too skinny on TV. [E!] Harry Potter fans: you need this Lord Voldemort/”Uptown Funk” mash-up in your life. [YouTube] Gisele Bundchen may have retired from the runway, but she’s still one hot mama at the beach. [Us Weekly] Rachael Ray explains how she helped make a second Rachael Ray. »
- Taylor Ferber
Talk about killing the romance! Mila Kunis was the first guest on James Corden's premiere episode of "The Late Late Show" on Monday, and she spilled some dirty details about her sex life with Ashton Kutcher. When the late night host asked the new mom how life has changed since she welcomed daughter Wyatt Isabelle, she admitted that her baby girl is always on her mind. "I love it. I've said this before, I've gone on record -- I loved being pregnant and I love being a mom. I really do," she gushed about her 5-month-old. "Now that you're a mother, do you still get to enjoy date nights and date days?" James asked. "Yeah. We really do. Somebody gave us that advice when I first got pregnant, to make sure you take the time for yourselves," the actress explained. "My parents—we're very lucky—live down the street, »
- tooFab Staff
Talk about starting with a bang! For James Corden's premiere episode of CBS' The Late Late Show, Mila Kunis regaled the new host and fellow guest Tom Hanks with a story about her sex life with Ashton Kutcher. Yes, the Jupiter Ascending star really did divulge all the dirty details about her late-night romps with the Two and a Half Men star. Asked how life has changed since giving birth to 5-month-old Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, Mila said, "I love it. I've said this before, I've gone on record—I loved being pregnant and I love being a mom. I really do." "Now that you're a mother, do you still get to enjoy date nights and date days?" James asked. "Yeah. We »
It is humanly impossible to be excited by the idea of a new talk show. When's the last time you sat through an entire talk show monologue? Was it recently? If so, then why? What did you hope to achieve by hearing three jokes about current events? Don't you understand that the internet will compile any worthwhile talk show clips for you in the morning? Come on. Grow up. Luckily, James Corden seemed very aware of boring talk show tropes during his "Late Late Show" debut and did his best to circumvent them. The Tony-winning actor served up a modest but promising first show with the help of guests Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis, who were brilliant and utterly boring (respectively). Kunis spent what seemed like a fortnight on Corden's couch discussing her jewelry designs. Almost bravely dull. To Corden's credit, there were practically no other lowlights to his debut. »
- Louis Virtel
Award-winning British actor and writer James Corden launches his new late-night gig on Us television, welcoming stars Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis to his first show. Corden, not widely known in the United States, says he was shocked to have been chosen to host The Late Late show on CBS. He tries to get Mila Kuna to admit she had married actor Ashton Kutcher Continue reading »
- Guardian Staff
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