James Corden poked fun at the recently released movie “A Quiet Place” in a hilarious “Late Late Show” skit Wednesday.
The 39-year-old, who regularly parodies an array of hit films on his show, shared “the original project” that inspired John Krasinski’s latest offering.
The clip sees Corden play the mega-annoying boss who turns up and gets involved with things whenever his colleagues make a sound.
The talk show host ends up crashing a game of Monopoly, turning up when someone bites into their lunch a little too hard and even checks in on a group’s “quiet” band practice.
In the end though, the colleagues figure out that, to avoid the lame boss, all you have to do is run away because he’ll never be able to catch up.
The clip comes after “A Quiet Place”, starring Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt, opened to rave reviews, with it bringing in a whopping $50 million in its opening weekend.
The film already has an array of celeb fans, with the likes of Chris Pratt and Stephen King singing its praises.
Pratt wrote on Instagram, “Stop what you’re doing right now AND GO SEE ‘A QUIET PLACE.’ It’s scary, moving, with amazing performances and a totally original idea. A+++ 97% on rotten tomatoes for a reason. Bring a friend.”
King then called the flick “an extraordinary piece of work.”