March 24, 2015 7:41 AM EDT

The British invasion of late night television continues. On Monday, James Corden took over as host of the CBS late-night talk show, where he interviewed guests Mila Kunis and Tom Hanks.

Though Corden was a relative unknown in the U.S. until his recent appearance in Into The Woods, the British comedian has already built a successful career as a television and stage actor in the U.K. And in his late night debut, Corden — who took over the show from the Scottish-born presenter Craig Ferguson — also proved a charming host. He (maybe) even managed to get a scoop out of Kunis, who has been engaged to actor Ashton Kutcher since early 2014. When asked point-blank by Corden if she had gotten married, Kunis replied with a coy “maybe.” For his part, Corden took the reply as a confirmation: “That’s a yes as far as I’m concerned.”

In addition to Kunis and Hanks, other high-profile figures made appearances — though in pre-taped segments — on the show, including Chris Rock, Eddie Redmayne, Billy Crystal, Lena Dunham, Simon Cowell, Katie Couric, Chelsea Handler, Allison Janney, Shia LaBeouf, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jay Leno.

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