British actor and comedian James Corden says he didn't take lightly the decision to move his family to Los Angeles so he can become the host of The Late Late Show in March.
Craig Ferguson wrapped up his 10-year stint as the program's emcee last week. Numerous guest hosts will be filling in until Corden permanently takes over.
Asked about The Late Late Show at a November New York press conference for his new movie musical Into the Woods, the married father of two young children replied: "There was a huge amount of back and forth, and reticence about whether this was [the right move]... The truth is, the pros far outweigh the cons in a situation like that."