Chris Pratt’s The Tomorrow War sequel already in the works



Amazon is already working on a sequel for Chris Pratt’s sci-fi movie The war of tomorrow.

Less than a week after the film arrived on Amazon Prime Video, The Envelope reports that Amazon is already in talks with production company Skydance for a follow-up to the time-traveling alien adventure film.

If it all came together, Chris Pratt would reprise his role as biology professor turned alien Dan Forester Jr and director Chris McKay would be back as well.

The premise of The war of tomorrow is certainly complex enough for sequels to be achievable – it involves humans from the future traveling through time to recruit past generations into a war with aliens that would invade decades later.

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Perhaps the sequel will involve the aliens themselves using time travel to knock out humans’ own time travel ability, creating a Terminator-esque feedback loop? Probably not…

Pratt recently spoke to Digital spy about the film, explaining that he was drawn to the project specifically because it is not based on established intellectual property like his work with Marvel or Jurassic World.

He explained, “Step in and do something completely original based just on an incredible script that came from the imagination of a wonderful screenwriter – I was really grateful to be in a position where I could, you know, join the studio and say, ‘Hey, are you willing to write a check for that big movie? With no guarantee that people are going to watch it?’ “

chris pratt, the war of tomorrow

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It is not yet known whether some of the remaining original cast – those who survived the onslaught of these sprawling aliens – will join Pratt in The war of tomorrow 2.

The war of tomorrow is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video in the US and UK right now.

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