Apple TV+ launched the first trailer for its — shall we embrace, block-busting — film “Tetris,” based mostly on the origin story of the favored puzzle online game. The film will first premiere at South by Southwest (SXSW) movie competition in March. Apple will then launch it worldwide on the streaming service on March 31.
Starring “Black Chook” actor Taron Egerton, who performs American online game salesman Henk Rogers, “Tetris” tells the story of Rogers and his mission to safe the distribution rights of the sport.
Rogers travels to the Soviet Union in the course of the finish of the Chilly Conflict to fulfill the inventor, Alexey Pajitnov (Nikita Efremov), a Soviet software program engineer. Nevertheless, in response to Communist regulation, the sport belonged to the individuals of the Soviet Union, so Rogers should negotiate instantly with the Soviet regime to get the rights.
“When he units out to convey the sport to the world, he enters a harmful net of lies and corruption behind the Iron Curtain,” Apple wrote within the movie description.
Tetris was created in 1984 and since then has bought over 520 million copies, per the Tetris Firm.
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