Cinema & Series

Chris Pratt’s alien-slaughter fest in a new film on Amazon Prime

Two years after "Avengers: Endgame" (2019), the "Guardians of the Galaxy" star is back on the big screen in an action movie airing on Amazon Prime from July 2nd.

While waiting to see him again in the third instalments of Thor (Thor: Love and Thunder, set for release in 2022) and Guardians of the Galaxy (in 2023), Chris Pratt is returning to the big screen in The Tomorrow War, a movie that will air directly on a platform. After a two hundred million dollar buyout by Amazon Prime (according to the American press), the film signed by Chris McKay (Lego Batman, the movie) will be available from July 2nd

 

In The Tomorrow War, Chris Pratt - also credited as executive producer - plays a warrior who leads a gang charged with saving the world. The futuristic film tells the story of the end of the human era in thirty years' time, and the struggle of the soldiers who are sent into the future to exterminate the aliens threatening the planet.

 

 

The Tomorrow War (2021) by Chris McKay, with Chris Pratt and Yvonne Strahovski, available from July 2nd on Amazon Prime. 

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  • Nas and A$ap Rocky to reunite on Netflix

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  • Maurizio Gucci’s murder: Lady Gaga shares the first image from the set of Ridley Scott's new film

    Lady Gaga has just released the first official image from the set of Ridley Scott's upcoming film "House of Gucci" on social media. The director of Alien, the cult movie saga, is currently turning his camera to the fascinating history of the Italian fashion house, Gucci. More specifically, the film focuses on the 1995 assassination of Maurizio Gucci, grandson of the founder of the house that he ran for ten years, just two years before that of the designer Gianni Versace.

  • Woody Allen: the monster, the genius, dissected on OCS

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  • “The Mauritanian”: interview with Tahar Rahim

    Winner of a César in 2010 for “A Prophet”, Tahar Rahim is currently starring in two roles, one in the series The Serpent and the other in the feature film “The Mauritanian”, directed by Kevin Macdonald. With these distinctly contrasting parts, both based on true stories, he demonstrates the full range of his amazing performance.

  • 5 erotic films for a sexy Valentine’s day

    From the madness of Nobuyoshi Araki to Chantal Arkerman’s experimental cinema, from ferociously erotic scenes to absolute censure, 5 extremely sexy films to warm things up on this February 14th

     

  • Who is Fathia Youssouf, the young French girl being compared to Sophia Loren and Viola Davis by the New York Times?

    With an outstanding breakthrough performance in “Cuties” (2020) Fatiah Youssouf is on the New York Times 2020 Top 20 Performers list.

  • The Sex Pistols - the heroes of a new series featuring Maisie Williams

    Director Danny Boyle (“Trainspotting”, 1996) is preparing a mini-series inspired by the autobiography of Steve Jones, the emblematic guitarist of the Sex Pistols, the British band formed in 1975 that initiated the punk movement. And a certain Maisie Williams, star of the "Game of Thrones" series, is in the cast.

  • Shygirl, Tahar Rahim, Gus Van Sant… the contents of Numéro 220 for February 2021

    Shygirl, Tahar Rahim, Gus Van Sant, Riccardo Tisci… discover the contents of February 2021’s Numéro 220, the “Future” edition.

  • Stacy Martin : “ I’d come to audition for a soap advert and the casting director had me do the Nymphomaniac audition…”

    The discreetly beautiful Franco-British actress Stacy Martin came into the world of cinema through the front door, when in 2012 Lars von Trier cast her as a nymphomaniac in the two-part film of the same name. Since then, she has determinedly followed an international career, alternating French films d’auteur and bigger-budget Hollywood productions. In “Lovers”, the latest movie by the French actress and director Nicole Garcia, Martin plays Lisa, who is married to a businessman as rich as he is boring, but she is desperately in love with a former dealer...

  • What does Xavier Dolan's first TV series have in store for us?

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  • From a joke to full-on terrorism, the grotesque beginnings of the Ku Klux Klan

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