Shalom Life | March 22, 2015

Mila Kunis to Be First Guest on James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’

Tom Hanks will join her on the first episode.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: March 20th, 2015 in Culture » TV » News

As CBS gets ready to welcome the fourth host of ‘The Late Late Show’, following previous stints with Tom Snyder, Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson, the network has announced the celebrity guests for the first week.

New host James Corden will welcome Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks on the first episode, with promise of Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart, Chris Pine, and musical guests Modest Mouse and Leon Bridges, visiting the set later in the week.

Until this upcoming season, ‘Late Late Show’ was owned and produced by David Letterman’s production company, Worldwide Pants. With Letterman leaving late night and his production company going with him, this marks the first time CBS will have full rights to the show. Following in the footsteps of other late nights greats including Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, CBS plans to monetize through digital videos, video-on-demand, and social media.

According to Variety, CBS announced a number of other celebrity guests that can be expected throughout the season. The network announced on Friday that David Beckham, Rob Corddry, Simon Cowell, Courteney Cox, Jon Cryer, Claire Danes, Michael Douglas, Jeff Goldblum, Mark Harmon, Thomas Lennon, Katharine McPhee, Megan Mullally, Matthew Perry, Freida Pinto, Aubrey Plaza, Tig Notaro, Gordon Ramsay and Kerry Washington are all booked. Upcoming musical performances include Echosmith, George Ezra, Noel Gallagher, OK Go, Olly Murs, the Ting Tings and Jessie Ware.

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