By Brian Ives
On Monday night (March 23), CBS’s newest late night show—titled, appropriately enough, The Late Late Show with James Corden—will make its debut, and it will be launching with a lot of star power.READ MORE: LA City Council To Consider Requiring COVID Vaccinations For Indoor Dining, Movie Theaters, Concerts, Gyms
Monday night’s guests will include (as previously announced) both Tom Hanks and Mila Kunis. On Tuesday, actor Chris Pine (Captain Kirk from the Star Trek reboots) will appear on the show, which will also feature a performance by indie rockers Modest Mouse. And Wednesday will feature Get Hard co-stars Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell with musical guest Leon Bridges.Street Racing Likely To Blame For Fiery Burbank Wreck Which Killed 3, Injured 2
The first week will be a short one for the new Late Late Show team, as they’re being pre-empted on Thursday and Friday for NCAA games.
But other guests to come in the weeks that follow include David Beckham, Rob Corddry, Courteney Cox, Simon Cowell, Claire Danes, Michael Douglas, Jeff Goldblum, Thomas Lennon, Megan Mullally, Matthew Perry, Tig Notaro, Gordon Ramsay and Kerry Washington.MORE NEWS: Gunman Barricaded In RV In South LA After Shooting