In Pictures: Glasgow stands in for Cold War Russia on Tetris film set
Glasgow stands in for Cold War Russia
Taron Egerton sports a moustache during filming for Tetris in Glasgow as the Scottish city is transformed into the streets of 1980s Russia. He has been shooting his new film Tetris in Glasgow in recent weeks. The actor, 31, plays entrepreneur Henk Rogers, who went through a laborious legal battle over the rights to the computer game - Tetris - from the 1980s in Russia. The movie tells the story of Alexey Pajitnoc, a Russian programmer behind the addictive video game . In December it was reported that the movie remains partially un-cast, with the roles of real-life businessmen Robert and Kevin Maxwell and the game's Russian creator yet to be filled. It is being directed by Glaswegian filmmaker, Jon S. Baird.