After We Collided is almost here

Find out if After We Collided is coming to theaters near you any time soon.


It’s been a long wait for After fans since its sequel’s production started last year, but good things come to those who wait. The movie’s official account finally announced the release dates for a few countries, and there are few more yet to be announced.

If you are from Europe, Australia or Canada, After We Collided will be coming to you in September. (Some other places are still waiting for their upcoming dates.)

After We Collided holds the promise of being more faithful to the original book since the author, Anna Todd, fought hard to regain control over her own story, working on the script and making changes that she thought were necessary.

Now under the direction of Roger Kumble – the director of Cruel Intentions – we will be able to witness Hardin’s painful and dark past, as well as his bad temper, points that were missing in the first movie but are so important for the character’s development.


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The heated scenes between the protagonists are said to be much more intense than the mellow ones provided in the first movie, as we can see on a few sneak peeks on the movie’s official accounts.

After’s sequel also brings new and important names to the cast: Charlie Weber from How To Get Away With Murder, Candice Accola from Vampire Diaries and Dylan Sprouse. Dylan plays Trevor Matthews, Tessa’s coworker, who’s going to show interest in her and give Hardin many reasons to lose his cool.

A few days ago fans got to watch the scene Tessa and Trevor meet for the first time and have a funny interaction in an elevator. They could also get a glimpse of Kimberly, Candice’s character.

In just a week’s space, both the teaser poster and the official one were revealed and they turned July into the busiest month for After fans so far. The official trailer comes out on Monday 27th, and to say we’re all looking forward to what’s coming for the new After era is an understatement.

We can’t wait to watch Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin bringing Hessa back to life on the big screen.


Is After  We Collided coming to you in September or do you still have to keep anxiously waiting?

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