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    Tom Hanks Has Re-Created Major Scenes From His Films With James Corden In A Single Take

    The skit happened on the very first Late Late Show With James Corden, and it really is kinda amazing.

    Tom Hanks has re-created some of his most famous movie scenes with Late Late Show host James Corden in just one, seven-minute take.

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    It looked easy, but it must have been so hard to do.

    It started with a five-second recap of Forrest Gump.

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    But quickly turned into the rap from Big.

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    "Sweet sweet baby, sweet sweet, don't let me go."

    Shortly after this was Turner and Hooch.

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    Not long after came this take on Sleepless in Seattle.

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    Swiftly followed by Saving Private Ryan.

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    That was followed by Captain Phillips.

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    Then a very quick recap of Catch Me If You Can.

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    Yeah, that pretty much sums up the whole film.

    Followed by Cloud Atlas. Not much happened in this one as James Corden just admitted this:

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    Apollo 13 just consisted of this.

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    Next, a five-second recap of Cast Away.

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    "WILLLLLSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONNNNNNN."

    Before they took on The Da Vinci Code.

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    Then the first Toy Story film.

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    And they even ducked when someone shouted "ANDY'S COMING...."

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    AND sang this to Toy Story 2 and 3.

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    The skit was part of the first Late Late Show starring the British actor and comedian James Corden. He opened yesterday's show with the line, "Believe me, however shocked you are that I am doing this job you will never be as shocked as I am."

    The Late Late Show continues on CBS at 12:30am ET each weekday. You can watch the first episode here (US).