James Corden might be spending his weekend hosting a huge The Mummy marathon if the latest episode of The Late Late Show is anything to go by.
The 40-year-old hosted a Q&A session with the audience on the latest episode – to let them ask things about the show and get some backstage gossip.
However, one fan took the opportunity to ask the question on precisely none of our minds – and it all got a little awkward.
The person opened up a huge can of worms with just six words: Was Billy Zane in The Mummy?
Hun, you realise you can just Google this stuff?
James was as perplexed as the rest of us, telling him: Its not really the sort of question we were thinking about… Im not Siri.
Was Billy Zane in The Mummy? I think he was, yes. Billy Zane was in The Mummy.
But when another audience member popped up, telling the presenter he was wrong, it all became a little more akward.
And a third took it even further and bet James $100 (£77) that Billy Zane was in fact not in the film.
Unfortunately the host was out the $100 when he was proved wrong, and a further $500 (£388) when he claimed Wesley Snipes was in The Matrix.
Maybe if James had done a little Googling, or yknow, actually watched the films properly, he wouldnt be out $600…
But, we can allow him the slip-up after he recently revealed he had spent the day trying to keep up with Mark Wahlbergs insane daily routine – all in the name of entertainment.
Earlier this year, the Departed actor claimed he woke up and started his day at 2:30am – when some of us are just crawling into bed – with a whopping two work-out sessions before dawn.
And hes not even slightly joking.
Whatever works for you, Marky Mark.
James decided to take one for the team and shadowed the 47-year-old to see him in action with his own eyes.
In a clip shared on The Late Late Show, the Gavin And Stacey actor could be seen rocking up to Marks plush home gym at 3:40am, before partaking in some cardio and weights sessions.
Honestly, we need a nap just thinking of the whole thing.
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