King Digital Entertainment, the developer of Candy Crush, probably never thought its popular game would be adapted as a dramatic "movie."
That's exactly what happened, however, on last night's episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Opening the segment with the recent news that King had been acquired by Activision Blizzard for $5.9 billion, Colbert put forth the idea that the reason Activision Blizzard spent the whopping figure to acquire the studio (which, as he points out, is more than what Disney spent on Star Wars) was to ensure they'd have the rights to make a Candy Crush game in the future.
Colbert debuted an intense "clip" of the film, putting Liam Neeson (Taken, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace) in the starring role of Mr....
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