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Chris Pratt Is Back To Defend Earth From The Aliens In The Tomorrow War Trailer

Best-known for his Marvel’s Star-Lord role, Chris Pratt is once again defending Earth from the alien invasion in the upcoming movie The Tomorrow War. Amazon dropped the first look at the new big-budget project, debuting in early July.

The sci-fi genre is nothing new to Chris Pratt, who played the iconic Peter Quill in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, reprising his role throughout several more MCU projects. Pratt also traveled through space in 2016’s romantic adventure Passengers, where he shared his screen time with Jennifer Lawrence. Now, the actor will finally do some time traveling, which he never did in Avengers: Endgame, to fight the alien threat in the sci-fi military action The Tomorrow War.

Amazon has released the first brief teaser for The Tomorrow War. It seems Chris Pratt is leading another squad of soldiers into battle, but not with humans. A brief look at the alien enemies was shown, yet it is hard to say what the new species will look like. It’s safe to say, though, that The Tomorrow War will include massive-scale destruction and really big explosions. Hopefully, the crew doesn’t try compensating for not very strong plot.

According to The Tomorrow War synopsis, a group of time travelers arrives from the year 2051 to the present to recruit soldiers for a future global war. Interestingly, Pratt’s character is no soldier in the beginning; the actor played high school teacher Dan Forester, who decided to join the fight to save the world for his young daughter. It seems time travel works the old-fashioned way here, with no branching realities from Avengers: Endgame.

The Tomorrow War is the debut live-action project for Chris McKay, who previously worked on animated The Lego Batman Movie and Robot Chicken. In addition to Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski and J.K. Simmons starred in the film among others.

The Tomorrow War originally was set for a theatrical release on 25 December 2020 by Paramount Pictures. Due to the pandemic, the film’s distribution rights were later acquired by Amazon Studios for a reported $200 million.

The Tomorrow War will be streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime on July 2.

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