James Corden To Give First Industry Interview Since Leaving ‘The Late Late Show’ At RTS Cambridge Convention
James Corden is to give his first industry interview since leaving the Late Late Show and returning to the UK at the RTS Cambridge Convention next month.
Corden will speak about future plans and around the theme of the annual Convention, which is Too Much to Watch.
The former Gavin and Stacey star made his name in the States in the Broadway play One Man, Two Guvnors before fronting The Late Late Show, as his star rose enormously. He left the CBS gig earlier this year after nearly a decade and almost 2,000 episodes and the show is not continuing.
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Corden is the latest to join a buzzy lineup for the Channel 4-sponsored confab that includes the likes of CAA Co-Chairman Bryan Lourd, Piers Morgan, Warner Bros. Discovery international boss Gerhard Zeiler and the heads of all the major broadacsters and Sky. Lourd will speak to British star Emma Thompson.
Also added to the lineup today are former BBC Director General Greg Dyke, The Office producer Ash Atalla and Andy Coulson, the communications expert who was jailed following the phone hacking trial a decade ago and was most recently advising BBC newsreader Huw Edwards’ family.
Channel 4 CEO Alex Mahon said the lineup features the “most provocative figures in TV, globally esteemed and savvy CEOs, and a fresh contingent of visionary media innovators.”
The Convention runs on September 18 and 19 in Cambridge.
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