The CBS late-night show's staff goes to extreme measures to avoid attracting their boss' attention.
With "A Quiet Place" dominating the box office, the "Late Late Show" host and his staff decide to parody the John Krasinski-directed horror movie, which stars both him and his real-life wife, Emily Blunt.
In the parody "A Quiet Late Late" (below), Corden takes the place of the movie monster in the form of a lame boss who shows up any time a sound is made. He joins his staff for lunch, crashes their Monopoly game and forces them to include him in everything.
They try desperately to live in silence, but Corden's unavoidable -- unless you run away.
"A Quiet Place" is now in theaters. If you haven't seen it yet, be sure to watch the trailer (also below) for reference.