James Corden Talks 'Into the Woods'

The film has been nominated for Best Picture at the Golden Globes.
3:11 | 12/24/14

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Fairy tail musical into the woods opens on Christmas day. Nominated for three golden globes, including best picture. Amy spoke with Jaime James cordon who is the baker longing for a child. You've got the cape. What have you done with the cow? She ran away. Never reached home, I have been looking for her all night. How could you? She might have run away from you. But she didn't. But she might have done. But she didn't. Who cares? Cow's gone. Get it back. James cordon joins us now. Had to be so much fun to film. Yeah, the whole thing was great to be part of. To be in a cast like that in a film directed by rob Marshall, you know. It's a little too much for my tiny brain to take in sometimes. It really is. You were fantastic as the baker. And he does stand out as the fairy tail characters into the woods. What about him makes him so unique and likable? Essentially the film incorporates all of the brother's Grimm fairy tails. And in the center is my character and Emily blunt's character. Representing the audience. Intimidating to play opposite Meryl Streep? How could it not be? You're always aware of the fact -- at least the first day. It's Meryl Streep. Trying to be very, very cool. Like I am now. Like I'm really pretending this is the most ordinary thing in the world to be on "Good morning America." I'm styling out, but inside, oh, moi god, I'm on goom "Gma." Just put a rug here. This is weird rug placement. Just isn't it? In a sense of surrounding the rug with nothing. A little bit of home here. A little bit of home. I feel like we're sort of refugees fleeing the country. And these are the last chairs we can ever find to be here. There's really nothing else here. It's an amazing feat of design. I'm getting why you're getting a few jobs we're going to list here. You're going to be on the late, Late Show on CBS. You do Broadway, films, television. What is your dream job? I'm a jack of all trades and a master of none. My dream job? Like sleeping. Probably. That's like -- You have a 5-week-old at home and a 3-year-old. Yeah. My dream job I guess would be -- I can really do nothing for a long time. I'm talking lying on a sofa staring at the corner of a coffee table. I could lose three hours. Three hours. There's no man on the planet who feels -- literally just zoning out. Thank you for keeping things fun and loving here. How could you not in the pa laborial environment. On our magic carpet. What a funny guy. That was great.

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