It looks like James Corden would have made for a good movie reviewer. The “The Late Late Show” host recently stumbled upon Lifetime’s biopic “Britney Ever After” and reviewed the film in his trademark hilarious style, taking digs at the lead actress Natasha Bassett and other aspects.
James Corden recently watched Lifetime’s biopic “Britney Ever After” on TV and later came up with a hilarious review on “The Late Late Show,” dissecting the film with great delight. According to E! News, Corden revealed that he stumbled upon the movie while he was relaxing at his home on Saturday night. He was flipping through the channels and found the movie. It was toxic and drove him crazy.
James Corden jokingly called it an absolute master class. Talking about the lead Natasha Bassett in “Britney Ever After,” he sarcastically said that she is the perfect person for a biopic if the biopic was about Tiffany Trump. The inaccurate facts shown in the movie also came under attack, prompting Corden to taunt that it is like one is watching a documentary.
“The Late Late Show” host further joked about the budget of the movie. James Corden said that “Britney Ever After” had to make some cuts somewhere because they spent so much money on writers and actors that they appear to have run out of it. He did not spare the absence of Britney’s music either and said that the makers could not get the rights to the pop icon’s music as they had no money left.
However, it was not over yet. James Corden quipped that the viewers were lucky that the creative masterminds behind “Britney Ever After” came up with some Britney songs that even she did not know existed. Corden also took a dig at Britney’s boyfriend Justin Timberlake’s characterization and the scene that surprised him most was their breakup as they called off their relationship with a dance off.
It is worth mentioning here that “Britney Ever After,” the Lifetime biopic based on Britney Spears has been panned by critics and fans unanimously.
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