“Chris, you were also at the Academy Awards this year. We’ve got a picture of you here…You seem to be crying,” The Late Late Show host James Corden asked Chris on the show, holding up the photo, which appears to show just a single tear in Chris‘ eyes.
“Did you get any stink for this, or was it OK?” James asked his Into the Woods co-star.
“Yeah, I got a lot of…it was a wonderful performance and it was really moving. A lot of people gave me a lot of crap for it,” Chris said, adding that the moment happened during John Legend and Common‘s moving performance of “Glory,” which won Best Song.
During the same episode, Chris was asked to do his amazing Christopher Walken impression. Check it out as well!
Chris Pine Explains Crying at the 2015 Oscars
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Tom Hanks was one of the first guests on James Corden‘s new CBS The Late Late Show on Monday (March 23) – and the two did a hilarious sketch to really kick things off.
The pair promised to act out every Tom Hanks movie in under eight minutes (which they accomplished in under seven!) They used props, costumes, and green screen effects to really take us back to Forrest Gump, The Da Vinci Code, Toy Story, You’ve Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle, and more.
The sketch ended with James and Tom singing Toy Story‘s big hit “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.” Watch below!
James Corden shows off his totally bare butt in the latest issue of GQ magazine!
The 36-year-old actor is set to take over CBS’ The Late Late Show from Craig Ferguson soon, and says he won’t become a big Hollywood hot show.
“What is the problem with these people?! I mean, how hard is it to make a phone call? I don’t understand it! Why would you put a gap in between you and something done quicker?!” he said about not wanting to have multiple assistants.