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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
Boggle gives you 3 minutes to find as many words (3 letters or more) as you can in a grid of 16 letters. You can also try the grid of 16 letters. Letters must be adjacent and longer words score better. See if you can get into the grid Hall of Fame !
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|Key people||Michael Luisi
As of 2011, WWE Studios has co-produced four films as well as independently produced six more. The Marine was the first developed solely by the company to reach the filming stage, while the first one to be theatrically released is See No Evil. Stone Cold Steve Austin is signed to star in three movies for WWE Studios. Before the formation of WWE Films the WWF had produced the 1989 film No Holds Barred featuring Hulk Hogan.
In 2006, WWE Films chose to further expand the variety of projects that it intends to pursue by also focusing made-for-television films and direct-to-video movies as well as other media platforms. WWE Films was renamed WWE Studios on July 21, 2008 to further represent the expansion of the WWE subsidiary.
Due to the WWE's adherence to the TV-PG rating, all future movies were subsequently switched from rated R to PG-13 in order to target a younger audience. Only three of the films produced by WWE Studios have surpassed the PG-13 rating; The Condemned, See No Evil and The Marine 2, each rated R.  Former WWE Studios president Joel Simon died on June 19, 2011 after a four year battle with cancer.
|Film||Release date||Box office revenue||Box office ranking||Reference|
|See No Evil||May 19, 2006||$15,032,800||$3,388,168||$18,420,968||#6|||
|The Marine||October 13, 2006||$18,844,784||$3,320,824||$22,165,608||#6|||
|The Condemned||April 27, 2007||$7,371,706||$1,263,477||$8,635,183||#9|||
|12 Rounds||March 27, 2009||$12,234,694||$5,045,632||$17,280,326||#7|||
|Legendary||September 10, 2010||$200,393||-||-||#38|||
|Knucklehead||October 22, 2010||$1,000||$7,927||$8,927|||
|The Chaperone||February 18, 2011||$14,400||$29,395||$43,795|||
|That's What I Am||April 29, 2011||$6,400||-||-|||
|Film||Release Date||Video Distributor||Rental Gross||Reference|
|See No Evil||November 28, 2006||Lions Gate Entertainment||$16.49 million|||
|The Marine||January 30, 2007||20th Century Fox||$30.53 million|||
|The Condemned||September 18, 2007||Lions Gate Entertainment||$22.30 million|||