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James Corden struggles with his American dream
By SP_COP on March 14, 2014 | From
James Corden struggles with his American dream James Corden’s plans to make it big in America as an actor are proving to be easier said than done. “It is too vast a place and I’ve tried, but there are so many actors in Los Angeles,” he laments.

The star of One Man, Two Guvnors may, however, be able to manage it as a writer. “I’m writing a feature film for Universal,” he discloses at the GQ Style party at Matches in the West End. “So yes, it could be a good year for me.”

He also has a part in Kill Your Friends, a film based on John Niven’s cult novel.

When the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool re-opened this week with a production of Twelfth Night, the real drama was not on the stage, but in the stalls. Peter Salmon, who is in charge of the BBC’s northern front, suddenly found himself soaked with what looked like white wine that had come down upon him from above. Was it a licence fee payer’s revenge for Salford?...
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