Tetris: Apple TV drama film on how the classic game was imported from the Soviets to the West (trailer).
Looking for a film that will be a complete block-buster? Look no further than Tetris, the biographical drama about the high-stakes legal battles to secure the intellectual property rights to everyone’s favourite block-stacking game. That’s right folks, we’re flipping talking Tetris, no less. I would have loved to have been inside the pitch meeting for this one.
Directed by Jon S. Baird and written by Noah Pink, Tetris boasts an all-star cast, including Taron Egerton as Henk Rogers, Toby Jones as Robert Stein, and Nikita Yefremov as Alexey Pajitnov. Yes, you read that right: Taron Egerton is playing the role of the man who brought Tetris to the world, a true hero in the hearts of gamers everywhere.
But let’s be real, the star of the show here is the game itself. You know the one, the game you couldn’t put down. And now, you get to learn all about the legal battles that took place during the Cold War over the ownership of Tetris. Who knew a simple game of blocks could be so complicated? It’s like watching a legal drama, but with colourful blocks falling from the sky.
Tetris promises to be a film with high stakes, drama, and edge-of-your-seat excitement. If you’re a fan of games, legal battles, or just good old-fashioned block-stacking fun, you won’t want to miss Tetris, streaming March 31st 2023 on Apple TV+. Get ready to take your movie night to the next level.