Eddie Redmayne, James Corden Star in 'Fantastic Beasts of the TSA' on 'Late Late Show'
'Harry Potter' meets air travel in this 'Late Late Show' spoof.
The Wizarding World faces off against the TSA in The Late Late Show's latest sketch.
In honor of Eddie Redmayne's Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, out Friday, the actor and host James Corden imagined what it would be like if Newt Scamander had to travel coach.
TSA agent Corden stops Redmayne in order to check his bag after he sees some questionable things through the X-ray.
"Don't make me blow this whistle. So help me God, I will blow this whistle," said Corden. "If you back me into a corner I will whistle my way out of it."
"Don't say I didn't warn you," Redmayne tells him, as some of Fantastic Beasts appear to share their impatience to get where they're going.
Corden continues to harass him about who packed his bag and some things he finds that are against the rules of the TSA.
Watch the video below.