Streaming this weekend: The Tomorrow War, No Sudden Move, Summer of Soul, We the People, Boss Baby

If you are looking to watch something new, this is what is streaming this weekend.

News 12 Staff

Jul 1, 2021, 11:49 AM

Updated 1,079 days ago

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If you are looking to watch something new, this is what is streaming this weekend:
It’s a time travel epic - Chris Pratt stars as a soldier sent into the future to the year 2052 to fight off an alien invasion in "The Tomorrow War" premiering on Amazon Prime Video Friday.
Don Cheadle leads an A-list ensemble including Benicio del Toro and Jon Hamm in Steven Soderbergh’s 1950s Detroit crime drama "No Sudden Move." It debuts today on HBO Max.
Questlove's "Summer of Soul (...or When the Revolution Could not Be Televised)" is a powerful documentary created around an epic event that celebrated Black history, culture, and fashion. Get immersed in the 1969 Harlem musical festival on Hulu Friday.
In "We the People," Barack and Michelle Obama teach kids about government in an animated series of music videos that bring together directors and musicians to remix civics. It’s new on Netflix on Sunday, the Fourth of July.
Alec Baldwin reprises his voice role in the sequel of "Boss Baby" that brings the Templeton brothers back together and back to Baby Corp. "The Boss Baby 2: Family Business" starts streaming on Peacock tomorrow.


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