As usual, the comparisons are pretty funny: singing karaoke with Manning versus "putting on your coat like a toddler" (as seen here), saving Tony Romo from a burning building versus saving half a sandwich for your ride home, and saving puppies with Andrew Luck compared with finding a good turtleneck.
Another spot, explaining the expanded service more fully, features all three.
The spinoff series, which will first air exclusively on Apple Music, is produced by CBS Television Studios and Fulwell 73.
There are some snippets available online of Metallica in the recently launched commercial for Apple Music‘s forthcoming spin-off of "The Late Late Show with James Corden" segment, the series called "Carpool Karaoke." This show will start airing on August 8 and Metallica will be featured on it along with actor Billy Eichner.
The 16-episode series is expected to have 16 different hosts, although it is unclear from the clip who is a host and who is a performer.
The Carpool Karaoke franchise has been incredibly successful for Corden's Late Late Show, racking up million of views per installment on You Tube.
Direc TV is back with more spots comparing the cool and uncool versions of yourself, or in other words the "Direc TV you" versus "cable you." This time, the ads featuring NFL stars Eli Manning, Tony Romo and Andrew Luck promote Direc TV and AT&T's Sunday Ticket, flagging its expanded streaming service that can be watched on more devices.
host James Corden asking, "Do you mind if we listen to some music?
" before launching into a beatbox mashup of artists performing both inside and outside of various vehicles.
If you just can’t get enough at your weekly nights at the bar, you can buy a karaoke machine for your house. You can play You Tube karaoke songs on any Wifi device.
But most people don’t have a microphone and a speaker to plug it into lying around the house.