Stephen Colbert And Liam Neeson Worked In Candy Crush Movie Spoof

Posted: Nov 12 2015, 7:00am CST | by , in News | Latest TV News


Stephen Colbert and Liam Neeson worked in Candy Crush Movie Spoof
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  • Liam Neeson & Stephen Colbert star in Candy Crush movie spoof!

Liam Neeson starred as Mr. Toffee while the Late Show host plays his son in the skit.

On the Tuesday night episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the star Liam Neeson made an appearance. While on the show Neeson and Colbert took part in a Candy Crush inspired movie. The movie was a spoof skit showcased on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

In the skit Liam Neeson played the character of Mr. Toffee. While Colbert appeared as Neeson’s son in the skit. The show host faked he was releasing footage from an upcoming Candy Crush film.

The skit showed Mr. Toffee’s candy cane fatally lodged in his body. Mr. Toffee then goes on to share one final moment with his son. The character of the son was played by the Late Show host Stephen Colbert. 

Mr. Toffee states it is too late to call the doctors for him. The game is over for Mr. Toffee and as young people say he is out of his moves. The line made fun of the fact Neeson still plays an action hero.

Then Neeson as Mr. Toffee gives his son his trusty lollipop hammer. Then Mr. Toffee sends his son Colbert to defeat the Bubblegum Troll to reach the Butterscotch Boulders.

Since its debut in 2012 the game Candy Crush has risen in the social-gaming ranks. It was the most downloaded iOS app of 2013. Despite its success a movie based on the game is a far-fetched idea.

However even if the movie rumors are just rumors the skit gave the audience a hearty laugh. The segment showing Neeson and Colbert in the skit is already trending on the internet. Watch below the movie spoof.

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