The Tomorrow War Streaming: How To Watch The New Chris Pratt Movie

Chris Pratt in The Tomorrow War

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More often than not, you can always count on a new Chris Pratt movie to deliver some first-rate, exciting popcorn flick entertainment. Throw in elements of time travel, an army of malicious extraterrestrial invaders, and a top-notch cast including the Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Yvonne Strahovski, and you are looking at a promising night at the movies. Well, in the case of this particular new blockbuster caliber film, you will not need to go anywhere once we fill you in on where you can find The Tomorrow War streaming.

Betty Gilipin, Chris Pratt, and Ryan Kiera Armstrong in The Tomorrow War

Where Is The Tomorrow War Streaming?

In an alternate reality in which Covid-19 never happened, you might have already seen The Tomorrow War after it was released in movie theaters (under the distribution of Paramount Pictures) on December 25, 2020. On the other hand, if this sci-fi war epic from The LEGO Batman Movie director Chris McKay had not been taken off of Paramount’s release schedule, you would have been forced to wait the better part of a month to see it on the big screen for its second selected date of July 23, 2021.

Instead, audiences will be able to see Chris Pratt as a modern-day family man transported into the future along with other soldiers to save the earth from aliens when the film premieres on Amazon Prime Friday, July 2, 2021. The streaming service reportedly secured the rights to The Tomorrow War for $200 million, which proved to be the magic number in a bidding war against other known platforms such as Apple TV and Netflix… Stream The Tomorrow War on Amazon Prime Friday, July 2, 2021.

The Tomorrow War will not be on Netflix

Will The Tomorrow War Be On Netflix?

As previously mentioned, Netflix was outbid for distribution rights of The Tomorrow War. Therefore, the streaming giant will not have the sci-fi flick in its library any time soon and it will remain an Amazon Prime exclusive, presumably until it is released on Blu-ray and DVD (which has not been confirmed yet).

Of course, there are similar films and TV shows you can find on Netflix, such as Zack Snyder’s recent return to the zombie genre with Army of the Dead, the 2018 hit apocalyptic drama Bird Box, or even a more grounded action thrill ride like Extraction - starring Chris Pratt’s buddy from the Marvel movies, Chris Hemsworth. Plus, lookout for members of the Tomorrow War cast in more exclusive content, such as Sam Richardson in the sketch comedy series I Think You Should Leave or Yvonne Strahovski in the fact-based limited series Stateless.

Stream Army of the Dead on Netflix.

Stream Bird Box on Netflix.

Stream Extraction on Netflix.

Stream I Think You Should Leave on Netflix.

Stream Stateless on Netflix.

The Tomorrow War cast

After You Are Done Watching The Tomorrow War...

Once you have experienced the battle of the future, if you are still thirsty for more, CinemaBlend has plenty of content related to The Tomorrow War to satisfy for craving to learn more about the film. Read about why the movie’s title was changed from the ominously sounding Ghostdraft, learn about one of the more interesting things that allegedly happened behind the scenes, and hear Chris Pratt’s thoughts on streaming movies and how to get the most out of your viewing experience of the film at home.

It is actually intriguing how Chris Pratt was once a king of the small screen as a scene-stealer on the Parks and Recreation cast and then became a king of the big screen after playing Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. Now, he will be achieving the best of both worlds again when The Tomorrow War premieres on Amazon Prime July 2.

Jason Wiese
Content Writer

Jason has been writing since he was able to pick up a washable marker, with which he wrote his debut illustrated children's story, later transitioning to a short-lived comic book series and (very) amateur filmmaking before finally settling on pursuing a career in writing about movies in lieu of making them. Look for his name in almost any article about Batman.