Chris Pratt, star of The Tomorrow War, confirmed that he doesn’t believe in extraterrestrials.
At the Amazon Prime Video premiere of The Tomorrow War, Pratt was asked by Variety if he believes in aliens. “I don’t believe in aliens, no,” he said, though he did not elaborate further. When the interviewer told Pratt that his costar Yvonne Strahovski believed she had “seen one in the sky once,” Pratt replied, “Is that right? That doesn’t surprise me. I think Yvonne, Yvonne definitely believes in aliens.”
Star-Lord himself doesn’t believe in aliens! Chris Pratt weighs in on if extraterrestrial life is real. pic.twitter.com/bzPD5Up4Ga
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Pratt stars as high school teacher Dan Forester in the sci-fi action film, who was recruited to fight in a war against an alien species known as the White Claws, after a group of time travellers arrive from the year 2051 to warn humanity that in the future they are losing a global fight against the extraterrestrial threat.
The Tomorrow War is not the last alien threat Pratt is set to face onscreen, as the actor will be reprising his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Star-Lord/Peter Quill, starting with Thor: Love and Thunder in 2022, followed by the third Guardians of the Galaxy movie in 2023.
The full synopsis for The Tomorrow War can be read below:
In The Tomorrow War, the world is stunned when a group of time travelers arrive from the year 2051 to deliver an urgent message: Thirty years in the future mankind is losing a global war against a deadly alien species. The only hope for survival is for soldiers and civilians from the present to be transported to the future and join the fight. Among those recruited is high school teacher and family man Dan Forester. Determined to save the world for his young daughter, Dan teams up with a brilliant scientist and his estranged father in a desperate quest to rewrite the fate of the planet.
Starring Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahovski, Sam Richardson, Betty Gilpin, J.K. Simmons and Edwin Hodge, The Tomorrow War is now available on Amazon Prime.
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