James Marsden Reads A Secret Letter From ‘Sonic’ Costar Ben Schwartz

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Published on February 20, 2020

After learning his ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ costar Ben Schwartz left him a secret letter wedged between cushions of the Late Late Show couch, James Marsden reads the surprise message aloud and begrudgingly treats everyone to his impression of Jim Carrey’s classic “Fire Marshall Bill” character.

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20 comments

  • OMGitsStamina 5 months ago

    First

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  • Glen Grant 5 months ago

    second one

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  • Corran Hanning 5 months ago

    I’m on here

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  • jaclynwency Pagtanac 5 months ago

    Third comment.❤

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  • Corran Hanning 5 months ago

    3

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  • Lord Ziah 5 months ago

    3rd

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  • Lakoka Miki 5 months ago

    6 th

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  • Trap Town SIC 5 months ago

    Fantastic video! Keep it up! Would you like to be YouTube friends? 🙂

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  • Trap Town SIC 5 months ago

    Nice video! Keep it up! Would you like to be YouTube friends? 🙂

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  • Summaiya B 5 months ago

    Damn the amount of times Ive rewatched 27 Dresses because of my massive crush on him 😅😍

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  • NaL Chhith 5 months ago

    its jack lime!!!!

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  • Shaq4real 5 months ago

    Two mutants on the couch.

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  • UserInterface00 5 months ago

    Sonic the Hedgehog is such an awesome movie! And TAILS!!! Can’t wait for the sequel.

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  • Najah Shiniyl 5 months ago

    I love islam

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  • Don Carlo 5 months ago

    I’m jealous of how much this man’s genetic perfection is…

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  • Sevgi's Tarot house 5 months ago

    Cyclops 😜🥰

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  • The Famous Doctor Scanlon 5 months ago

    Why does James Marsden look younger everytime I see him? He’s so beautiful.

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  • Leon Frosti 5 months ago

    Ok

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  • Gamerz litz_ Yt 5 months ago

    IAM 18th

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  • Free Again 5 months ago

    Sure this is interesting. But can he tell us more about being Cyclops?

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