The classic arcade game Tetris is getting a trilogy of live-action movies. The project has a $80 million budget and is being promoted as a sci-fi thriller. It is a China-U.S. co-production under Threshold Global Studios, who will begin filming the first movie in China and other locations in 2017. As for The Tetris Company, the team has been working with them for over a year. The cast will be Chinese, with Bruno Wu and producer Larry Kasanoff as co-producers. Larry Kasanoff was a producer for the Mortal Kombat movie, which released in 1995. Threshold’s own Jimmy Ienner is executive producing with The Tetris Company and Seven Stars.