Directed byJon S. Baird
Screenplay byNoah Pink
Produced by
StarringTaron Egerton
CinematographyAlwin H. Küchler
Edited byMartin Walsh
Music byLorne Balfe
Distributed byApple TV+
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Tetris is an upcoming biographical film directed by Jon S. Baird for Apple TV+.


The film chronicles the development and release of the video game Tetris.



In July 2020, it was reported that a biopic was being made about the making of Tetris, which will delve into the legal battles that took place during the Cold War over ownership of the game, with Jon S. Baird directing and Taron Egerton cast to portray the game publisher Henk Rogers.[1] Egerton confirmed this report in an August interview, explaining that the film would mirror a tone similar to The Social Network.[2] In November, Apple TV+ acquired the film.[3]

Filming began in Glasgow in December 2020, including Glasgow Prestwick Airport on the Ayrshire coast.[4] In February 2021, filming took place in Aberdeen at locations including the University of Aberdeen's Zoology Building, which was used as the headquarters of Soviet firm Elorg.[5] Production then returned to Glasgow for a few days, before wrapping in early March 2021.[6][7]

In June 2022, some pick ups were scheduled on about 20 pages of script.

See also


  1. ^ Jennings, Collier (23 July 2020). "Tetris Movie Casts Taron Egerton as Its Lead". Comic Book Resources.
  2. ^ Dean, Jonathan (24 August 2020). "Taron Egerton: 'The Tetris film is more Social Network than Lego Movie!'". British GQ.
  3. ^ Grater, Tom (19 November 2020). "Apple Boards Taron Egerton-Starring 'Tetris' From 'Stan & Ollie' Director Jon S. Baird, 'Rocketman' Producer Matthew Vaughn". Deadline Hollywood.
  4. ^ Williams, Craig (4 December 2020). "Tetris movie begins filming in Glasgow starring Rocketman's Taron Egerton". GlasgowLive.
  5. ^ Cameron, Ewan. "Hollywood movie Tetris starts filming in Aberdeen with star Taron Egerton". Evening Express. Retrieved 26 February 2021.
  6. ^ "'I couldn't be prouder': Taron Egerton updates fans on Tetris film shot in Glasgow". Glasgow Times. Retrieved 2 March 2021.
  7. ^ Jon S. Baird [@jonsbaird] (3 March 2021). "That's a wrap on Tetris. It's been emotional 🎬🎥🥂🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🙏#Tetrismovie" / Twitter" (Tweet). Retrieved 6 March 2021 – via Twitter.