The Tomorrow War – July 2
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 (Chris Pratt). Determined to save the world for his young daughter, Dan teams up with a brilliant scientist (Yvonne Strahovski) and his estranged father (J.K. Simmons) in a desperate quest to rewrite the fate of the planet.
Making The Cut – July 16
New city. New designers. Same great style. Making the Cut is once again on a mission to find the next great global fashion brand. In the second season, hosts Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn will be joined by judges Winnie Harlow, world-famous supermodel, and fashion pop icon and Moschino Creative Director Jeremy Scott. Plus, additional judges will make cameos throughout the season, including Prabal Gurung and Shiona Turini.
Filmed in Los Angeles, season two celebrates the city known for some of the most fashionable people and events in the world. From star-studded red carpets to cutting-edge street style, Los Angeles’ diverse fashion scene sets the perfect backdrop for season two of Making the Cut.
As the pandemic continues to greatly impact the fashion industry, designers are looking for new ways to reach customers and to grow their businesses. Joining season two in Los Angeles is a diverse group of 10 talented entrepreneurs and designers from around the world, who are ready to take their emerging brands to the next level and become the newest global phenomenon. The winner of the series will receive $1 million to invest in their business, the opportunity to sell a collection in Amazon Fashion’s store, and a mentorship with Amazon Fashion.
Limited editions of the winning look from each episode will be available for purchase immediately following each episode exclusively in Amazon Fashion’s Making the Cut store. After most winning looks from Season One sold out in under two days, Season Two will offer increased availability of winning looks. We encourage customers to shop early so they can watch it and wear it.
The series is executive produced by Sara Rea, Page Feldman, Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, and Jennifer Love and is produced by Hello Sunshine and Amazon Studios.
Jolt – July 23
Jolt is a darkly funny action-thriller centering on Lindy (Kate Beckinsale), a beautiful, sardonically-funny woman struggling to manage a lifelong, rare neurological disorder that causes her to react violently to anyone she witnesses being cruel, deceitful or abusive.
In order to curb this behavior, Lindy’s trusted, esoteric physician Dr. Munchin (Stanley Tucci, The Hunger Games) devised an experimental vest for Lindy to wear that, when she presses a button, sends electronic shockwaves to her brain and stabilizes her until she can escape whatever has triggered her destructive impulses. Her life is one marked by an endless toggle between hope and despair as she fears she’ll never experience love or normalcy; a state of limbo that’s armed her with physical strength, a biting wit and emotional resilience.
This all changes after Lindy has a date with Justin (Jai Courtney, Suicide Squad) an unassuming accountant with whom she feels oddly safe and at ease. The two spend an intimate night together, during which Justin finds out about—and, shockingly, isn’t fazed by—Lindy’s strange affliction. In fact, for the first time in her life, she feels a real connection with a man and begins to think she could actually have a normal life.
The next day, Lindy finds out that Justin has been murdered. And just like that, her brief foray with hopefulness is replaced by a rage and madness that may prove incurable and, ultimately, deadly.
Determined to uncover answers and exact revenge for Justin’s death, Lindy finds herself enmeshed in the city’s criminal underbelly as she plays a clever cat-and-mouse game with two undeterred police detectives – Vicars (Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire) and Nevin (Laverne Cox, Orange is the New Black) – who sense Lindy is more than just “the grieving girlfriend.” They’re right, of course, as Lindy fully embraces her newly-found inner vigilante.
But her newly-acquired fearlessness isn’t without its detriments. In a pivotal scene, Dr. Munchin encounters a desperate, almost suicidal Lindy whose manic state may no longer be helped by his methods. He has to replace Lindy’s vest, which has exhausted its healing powers.
Ignoring Munchin’s warning that her health could be in mortal danger (and the detectives’ pleas to let them do their jobs), Lindy soon finds herself the target of eccentric, elderly billionaire Gareth Fizel (David Bradley, Game of Thrones) and his security guard, Delacroix (Ori Pfeffer, Hacksaw Ridge), who employ tortuous techniques to eliminate Lindy and, thus, hide their connection to Justin.
In a final, violent showdown where the truth behind Justin’s demise is revealed, Lindy channels her newfound strength and lifelong pain into a powerful moment of rebirth and reclamation. Determined to shed the trauma of her past – a goal made even more ambitious when a mysterious stranger from her childhood makes a last-minute appearance – Lindy embraces a feeling she’s never known: control over her own destiny.
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