Pick up your new range of party tricks from this chatshow compilation of the best bits of Norton's famous guests. There's Tom Cruise directing an action sequence with an unsuspecting member of the public, Margot Robbie tattooing and Chris Pratt showing off some magic.Ammar Kalia, The Guardian, 3rd January 2020
With the 2017 movie scene kicking off to a good start with the likes of award winning productions such as La La Land and Lion, and new music from Ed Sheeran and Coldplay, The Graham Norton Show's most recent series has had a rather star-studded guest line-up.Eloise Craven-Todd, On The Box, 3rd March 2017
Russell Brand and Tom Cruise may have publicly bonded during their 2012 movie Rock of Ages, but the comedian has revealed he was left feeling somewhat snubbed by the A-lister. Brand was speaking about Cruise's famous devotion to Scientology on a recent audioBoom podcast when he admitted: "They didn't want me in their religion."Sara C. Nelson, The Huffington Post, 2nd April 2015
Either actress Emily Blunt is a smart, funny person or she's unbelievably good at chat shows. If you've seen her previous appearance on Norton's show - memorably jousting with Russell Brand - you'll know she's terrific value, and the fact that she had a baby this year can only, hopefully, add to her stock of funny stories.
It says something for the show's pulling power that Blunt is probably the least starry name on the sofa. Her co-star in sci-fi thriller Edge of Tomorrow Tom Cruise returns to the show - oh yes - while Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron drop by to promote their comedy western A Million Ways to Die in the West. Making up the numbers on music duties are a band called Coldplay.David Butcher, Radio Times, 30th May 2014
Graham Norton may have been made more family-friendly of late, but the dildo-brandisher of the past still capers somewhere at the back of his consciousness; his chat show remains peppered with arch humour, and sycophancy is earned by guests rather than doled out to all, as with Jonathan Ross. Tonight's instalment is a best-bits clip show, in case you missed his sparring with Hollywood heavyweights Tom Cruise, Michael Douglas, Amy Adams and Will Smith, plus UK talent such as Olivia Colman and Benedict Cumberbatch.Ben Beaumont-Thomas, The Guardian, 5th July 2013
Is it just our imagination or does Tom Cruise make more films than anyone in modern Hollywood? Oblivion is the latest Cruise blockbuster to hit the multiplexes and he's talking it up here alongside co-star Olga Kurylenko as Graham Norton checks in for a new series, mere moments after the last one finished. There's more movie talk from Gerard Butler, plugging Olympus Has Fallen, with music from pop-goths Paramore.Carol Carter and Ann Lee, Metro, 5th April 2013