Logic games are experiencing a media boom like never before. The recent success of Netflix’s Queen’s Gambit has revitalized the world of chess. Now it is the turn of another phenomenon, in this case of the video game, which will also have its portrait from the hand of another streaming platform.
Apple TV+ is developing a movie about him Tetris, the famous game created in the 80s and which became a phenomenon of the video game industry. As well as the dispute over the rights of the game that caused a stir in the industry.
The protagonist of the film will be Taron Egerton, known for his roles in Kingsman Y Rocketman, who will play Henk Rogers, the designer of video game Dutch, which was the first to secure the rights to Tetris and then distribute it on different consoles.
Although the entire cast of the film is not confirmed yet, we will see other characters such as creator of tetris, the Russian Alexey Pajitnov; as well as British businessmen Robert and Kevin Maxwell.
The guin of Tetris: The Movie be in charge of Noah Pink, while Jon S. Baird be in charge of directing. Filming for the feature film will begin in Scotland in December this year.