After what feels like an eternity of waiting, we FINALLY have some more info on the sequel to the 2019 movie, After.
After We Collied will be released in 2020 AND we’ve finally gotten our first look at the trailer!
Watch the After We Collided trailer below (warning: maybe don’t watch it with your parental unit around!)
The sequel film, which brings back Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Josephine Langford as Hardin and Tessa, sees the former couple dealing with the aftermath of their breakup as they try to find out whether or not to get back together. And based on the trailer, it’s pretty clear that they are still totally into each other despite what they want to believe.
Some brand new characters will be coming in to shake things up, including Dylan Sprouse as Tessa’s new love interest, Trevor, and her boss, Kimberly, played by The Vampire Diaries alum Candice King.
When Will After We Collided Be Released In Ireland?
It is scheduled to be released on October 2, 2020 in the US.
A number of other release dates have been announced internationally, but so far there has been no date confirmed for the release of After We Collided in the UK and Ireland.
The same thing happened with the first movie; it was released in other countries but it was released in the UK and Ireland on Netflix 4 months later – which we had predicted on missy.ie.
So, reading the tea leaves and considering what a disaster 2020 has been for movies, we think a Netflix release for After We Collided is a real possibility for UK and Ireland.
You can still watch After on Netflix and it’s also worth noting that it’s credited as a “Netflix” movie.
But you know us; we love digging for more info, so we’ll be sure to keep you updated.
In the meantime, check out this video that the cast made to thank fans…
What did you think of the After We Collided trailer? Are you excited to see the movie?
This post will be updated as more information is announced.