On July 2, Amazon Prime subscribers will have the pleasure of discovering The Tomorrow War, the blockbuster starring Chris Pratt. Unless it is released, a final trailer has just landed. In addition to the clashes in shambles, we can distinguish what the aliens, the film’s main antagonists, will look like.
The Amazon Prime Video catalog is growing more and more. After Without any remorse, the adaptation of the novel by Tom Clancy starring Michael B. Jordan, another action-packed film is about to land on the platform. This is The Tomorrow War which will appear on Prime Video from July 2, 2021. Directed by Chris McKay, it will star Chris Pratt (Jurassic World, Guardians of the Galaxy, Newport Beach) alongside Yvonne Strahovski and JK Simmons.
As its title suggests – “The war of tomorrow” – this blockbuster will straddle two eras. Humans from 2051 land suddenly in 2021. And they do not bring good news, quite the contrary. The Travelers reveal to the humans of 2021 that a formidable group of aliens will invade Earth in 30 years to exterminate the human species and its planet.
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The Tomorrow War s’annonce explosif !
In doing so, they implore them to send reinforcements into the future to successfully defeat the stellar visitors who do not quarter. Soldiers then join the squad. But also civilians like Dan Forester, the main protagonist played by Chris Pratt. A teacher and father, he is determined to repel the invader to provide a future worthy of the name for his daughter.
This is the plot of The Tomorrow War which seems to bring together all the elements to have a good time in front of its screen. To wait until its release, Amazon Prime Video has just unveiled a last trailer. The opportunity to have a taste of the intense clashes that will occur in the feature film. And that’s not all. The famous aliens who sow desolation on Earth are indeed visible in this trailer. And you will have to get up early to put them out of harm’s way, given their colossal strength! Look :