The Tomorrow War: the sci-fi movie starring Chris Pratt will be released on Amazon Prime Video

The upcoming sci-fi action film The Tomorrow War starring Chris Pratt, which was due to hit theaters this summer, will finally be available on Amazon Prime Video.


Initially scheduled for theaters this summer, The Tomorrow War, a highly anticipated SF movie starring Chris Pratt, will finally be available on July 2 on Amazon Prime Video. The platform acquired the rights to broadcast this feature film from Paramount for $ 200 million.

The pandemic and the health crisis will therefore have been right with the theatrical release of The Tomorrow War. It’s a nice move for Amazon Prime Video, which had already acquired another Paramount film, Without Any Remorse, with Michael B. Jordan, scheduled for April 30 on the platform.

Amazon Studios director Jennifer Salke welcomed this acquisition in a press release: “The Tomorrow War will be a global event that will surprise and delight our customers around the world. Director Chris McKay has brilliantly crafted this unique, action-packed sci-fi escape that will glue audiences to their seats and tear tears away. the father-daughter relationship “.

Chris McKay’s (Lego Batman) first live-action achievement, The Tomorrow War chronicles a futuristic war between aliens and humanity. Scientists then develop a way to recruit soldiers from the past to end the invasion, including a man, camped by Chris Pratt, who will have to face his demons.

The hero of the Guardians of the Galaxy will be well surrounded in this sci-fi film as we find in the cast Yvonne Strahovski (The Handmaid’s Tale), JK Simmons, who is no longer introduced, Betty Gilpin, revelation of the muscular The Hunt, and Sam Richardson (Promising Young Woman).

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