Tuesday’s “Late Late Show With James Corden” featured segments involving two high-profile movie stars.
“Men In Black: International” star Chris Hemsworth joined Corden for a “Battle Of The Waiters” segment. As indicated by the title, the segment featured Hemsworth and Corden proving who would be the more effective restaurant employee.
“Spider-Man: Far From Home” star Jake Gyllenhaal meanwhile took part in a Whitney Houston parody segment entitled “Greatest Gyllenhaal Of All.”
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“Men In Black: International” star Chris Hemsworth and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Jake Gyllenhaal appear in comedy segments on Tuesday’s “Late Late Show With James Corden.”
Initially set for Wednesday, the Hemsworth sketch features the heartthrob actor and Corden competing to see who would be the better employee at a London restaurant. Comedy, naturally, ensues in their effort to make an impact at work.
CBS has not revealed too much about Jake Gyllenhaal’s segment, but based on taping photos, it features a variety component.
The episode, which also features Millie Bobby Brown, Lily James and Little Mix, airs at 12:35AM ET/PT Tuesday night.