As James Corden closes in on his final episode as host of CBS’s “The Late Late Show,” he’s been hit with more allegations of bad behavior. This time, it comes from a British director who worked with him on a panel show.
Craig Duncan shared his story via a 10-minute YouTube video where he detailed just one alleged experience with Corden on the set of “A League of Their Own.” Corden hosted the comedy series from 2010 to 2019.
“It was season seven, episode three and I’ll never forget it,” Duncan said in his video after describing Corden as “the most difficult and obnoxious presenter I have ever worked with.”
According to Duncan, the producers of the show appeared to have already known, because before he even took the job, he said he was asked, “How are you at working with difficult presenters?”
Before he signed on, he was invited to watch a taping to see if it would be a good fit. While there, he claims to have witnessed Corden lose his cool over a joke on a cue card.
“He just looked at it like, ‘That’s not funny, that’s not funny. It’s s—. We have to rewrite this.'” He dismissed this as a possible bad day (or joke) and agreed to come on board.
Duncan described the day of his shoot as having “a creeping sense of anxiety,” and says that Corden snapped about how to film the show.
I According to Duncan, Corden shouted, “What the f— is going on here? It’s obvious what you do. You put a camera there, you put a camera there, and you put a camera there… It’s so obvious.'”
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