Some 41,000 people online — and counting — do not want to see a fourth credit.
"James C*rden ran over my pet dog and then stepped out of his car in a rat suit singing 'let's get loud' while thrusting his penis," one campaigner explained their reasoning in a (hopefully) exaggerated tweet.
"We've suffered enough," reasoned another.
"I'm signing because I couldn't find a petition to deport james corden out of the usa," a third explained. A fourth simply declared: "End terrorism now."
Since taking over from Craig Ferguson in 2015, Corden's popularity exploded — for some at least — thanks in no small part to the Carpool Karaoke segment he introduced to the talk show.
Film roles rolled in, as he voiced characters in "Trolls", "The Emoji Movie", and "Peter Rabbit", while he also served as host for the Grammy Awards in 2017 and 2018, as well as the Tony Awards in 2016 and 2019. Corden himself even has a Tony Award for Best Actor, for his Broadway run of "One Man, Two Guvnors" in 2012.
The petition comes hot on the heels of further casting criticism for the film last week when 28-year-old Ariana Grande and 34-year-old Cynthia Erivo were announced as the leads — with some fans unconvinced they would be able to pull off the teenage Good Witch Glinda and Wicked Witch-to-be Elphaba, respectively.