John Krasinski and James Corden Recreate Famous Scenes from Pulp Fiction and More

Watch the pair get fired from your favorite movies in a new Late Late Show sketch.

James Corden and John Krasinski

Photo by Darren Michaels / CBS

If you’ve ever wondered what classic Hollywood hits would look like starring John Krasinski and James Corden, well, you’re in luck.

On Wednesday night’s episode of the Late Late Show, the pair revealed the little known “fact” that they’ve been up for some pretty huge roles over the years. However, their on set antics always end up getting the actors fired.

Krasinski and Corden showed off a few of the “deleted scenes” from their cinematic past together in a hilarious new sketch. The segment includes clips of the duo recreating famous moments from classics like A Few Good Men and Gone with the Wind, and even newer fan-favorite films like Into the Woods.

One of the funniest moments, though, came when Krasinski and Corden tried to pull off Samuel L. Jackson’s famous speech from Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece Pulp Fiction. Although they tried their best to nail the scene, the stars just couldn’t stop mixing up the lines from Ezekiel 25:17 with lyrics from Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise.”

“We can either blame ourselves or we can blame Coolio for writing the catchiest song of all time,” Krasinski says in the clip.

Check out Krasinski and Corden’s full skit below.