See James Corden Vomit In Front Of A Legendary Singer

James Corden vomits in the trailer to his new Amazon Prime Video series Mammals.

By Matthew Creith | Published

English actor and singer James Corden has delighted audiences for years with his late-night talk show, The Late Late Show with James Corden, but the comedian recently decided to step down from his talk show duties to focus on other passions in his professional life. As an actor, Corden has starred in a number of films in which he showcases his talent as a humorous singer, but his newest project Mammals will take audiences through the life of a Michelin-starred chef. Now, the trailer for Mammals has dropped on YouTube and the Amazon Prime Video series features James Corden vomiting in front of legendary singer Tom Jones.

The trailer for Mammals reflects James Corden’s character of Jamie Buckingham in what appears to be a bit of a midlife crisis as he discovers some disastrous truths about the people around him. At the end of the trailer, Corden’s character throws up in front of Tom Jones, the legendary Welsh singer who brought the world hits like “What’s New Pussycat” and “It’s Not Unusual.” For Corden’s first television series following his soon-to-be exit from The Late Late Show with James Corden, the Amazon Prime Video series looks to be a departure for the actor.

Known primarily for his work in hit films like Into the Woods opposite Emily Blunt, as well as hosting the 20th-anniversary reunion of the NBC sitcom Friends for HBO Max, James Corden is taking his post-late night talk show life seriously. According to Deadline, Mammals will release on Amazon Prime Video on November 11 in over 240 countries and will costar Melia Kreiling, Colin Morgan, and The Shape of Water star Sally Hawkins. Mammals will follow Corden’s character of Jamie as he believes his pregnant wife is cheating on him, and his marriage and relationship with his family begin to crumble.

James Corden playing a well-known chef in Mammals is a bit of bad timing for the actor, as he recently made news for his behavior towards the servers of a popular New York City restaurant, Balthazar. He had originally stated that he didn’t do anything wrong when owner Keith McNally alleged via social media that he had abused the staff in several incidents, but subsequently sort of apologized for his behavior during a segment on his late-night talk show, with a distinct tone of “I had my reasons to be hostile.” Since then, Corden’s antics and personal life offscreen have become the subject of a bit of media scrutiny seeing as the performer is set to leave his talk show within the next six months or so.

While the comedian appears to want to be done talking about his treatment of restaurant workers, James Corden may have to continue to answer for his behavior as he promotes Mammals in which he plays a chef. Mammals will consist of six episodes and was created by writer James Richardson, known primarily for his work on the Epix television series Britannia starring David Morrissey. Mammals is set to reflect Corden’s dark comedic skills as an actor as his character will most likely traverse through several themes like grief, love, betrayal, and some magical realism to boot.