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Empire reports,

Is this, as rumours have suggested, designed as the first in a trilogy- or Tetr-ilogy, if you will - of Tetris movies? "That's correct," [Larry Kasanoff] confirms, "and purely because the story we conceived is so big. This isn't us splitting the last one of our eight movies in two to wring blood out of the stone. It's just a big story."
Comments:
Comment by CosmicCommunist on September 14, 2016, 10:44 am
What bugs me the most about this is that they aren't making it a tetrogy. They are blatantly disregarding the etymology of Tetris, Tetra being 4, and the whole game being centered around the number 4. I demand there be 4 movies, not 3!!! Also I'm just... this could either go really, really well, or really, REALLY bad. I don't care one way or another TETRIS MOVIE OMG (on the other hand the planned Portal movie is GUARANTEED to be awesome because fucking Portal is the most awesome game ever--Tetris is second to me, and like Guiellmo del Torro is directing it :O so excited for that!) But still. Tetris movie. If they pull this off they prove they can make a movie out of anything. Remember thinking about this a few years back long before the portal movie was planned, suggesting that there be a Portal movie, and people complained and said that it's a puzzle game. Later it got confirmed and I was left wondering if they could make a Tetris movie haha :P Gosh my English is deteriorating with the less sleep I get haha
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