The following sentences sound right to me:
The package arrives tomorrow. (The package is going to arrive tomorrow)
We leave for Hawaii tomorrow. (We are going to leave for Hawaii tomorrow)
But the following sound wrong to me:
We watch The Avengers tomorrow. (We are going to watch The Avengers tomorrow)
He likes it tomorrow. (He is going to like it tomorrow)
The house is demolished next week. (The house is going to be demolished next week)
I don't understand why the second group sounds wrong. Is it because there is an object or adjective?
Is there a rule for when the present simple could be changed to indicate future time with only an adverb or preposition phrase?