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Thursday 25 December 2014

Corden: Into The Woods my best time

James Corden said filming Into The Woods has been one of his greatest experiences
James Corden said filming Into The Woods has been one of his greatest experiences

James Corden said filming Into The Woods has been one of his best experiences, involving killing Johnny Depp and singing every day.

The Gavin And Stacey star is currently filming his part as The Baker in the musical with an all-star cast which includes Johnny, Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, Emily Blunt and Frances de la Tour.

James said: "We all sing in that, I was singing yesterday. It's a little overwhelming, the scale of it, but I'm really, really enjoying it. I will never, ever forget it.

"It's one of the best experiences I've ever had and we're only half way through, so I'm enjoying it so, so much."

The actor, who was speaking at the premiere of One Chance where he plays Britain's Got Talent winner Paul Potts, said he had also had a memorable scene with Johnny, who plays The Wolf.

He said: "I had to kill him the other day and that was fun...

"All of them, the whole cast, it's just terrific, it really is."

Into The Woods is set to be released in 2015 and One Chance is out in cinemas on October 25.

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