Sci-Fi Thriller ‘The Tomorrow War’ Debuts this Summer on Amazon Prime

Chris Pratt stars a sci-fi thriller, “The Tomorrow War” is debuting on Amazon Prime this summer. This time-travel movie, directed by Chris McKay will land on the streaming platform this July 2nd.

Photo: Courtesy of Chris Pratt | Twitter


Amazon reported spent $200 million for rights to “The Tomorrow War,” which was developed and produced by Skydance Media. Paramount Pictures was originally set for the film distribution.

The movie, “The Tomorrow War,” depicts the world where it’s astounded when a group of time travelers arrived from the year 2051 to deliver an urgent message: Thirty years in the future, mankind is losing a global war against a deadly alien species.

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World’s only hope for survival is for soldiers and civilians from the present to be transported to the future to join the fight for human survival. Among the recruited civilians were the high school teacher Dan Forester played by Chris Pratt, who joins with a brilliant scientist played by Yvonne Strahovski, and his estranged father played by J.K. Simmons to rewrite the fate of planet earth.

'The Tomorrow War' will be a global event that will surprise and delight our customers around the world. 

– Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios

Director Chris McKay has brilliantly crafted this unique, action-packed sci-fi escape that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats and tug on their heart strings with its father-daughter storyline.

– Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios

Chris Mckay who made his directorial debut with “The Lego Batman Movie,” praised the filmmaking team behind the big-budget movie project.

I’m so proud of this incredible cast and crew who worked under challenging circumstances to create a unique, original sci-fi action movie…something that’s increasingly rare.

– Chris McKay

Watching this team of actors and artisans effortlessly blend action, horror, comedy, and drama was a dream come true for me…and I hope will thrill audiences this summer.

– Chris McKay

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