Just a month after the April 2019 debut of After, a sexy romance flick based on the bestselling series of the same name, franchise creator Anna Todd took to Twitter with the best news: "After We Collided era is here," she tweeted on May 19, 2019. "We're getting a sequel, guys." It wasn't long before it was confirmed that Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin would be reprising their roles as Tessa Young and Hardin Scott, respectively, and in August 2019, it was announced that Dylan Sprouse was joining the cast as Trevor Matthews. But now, the question that still remains is: when will After We Collided come out?
On July 17, the After Instagram page shared the film's official poster, as well as a few international release dates. While After We Collided is set to release in some countries like Canada in September, the United Kingdom and United States are still TBA. However, based on the other dates announced, it's likely the release date will be either late September or early October.
Here is what we do know for sure: After We Collided is going to be rated R, unlike After, which was only rated PG-13. The movie will be based on the second installment in Todd's series. And, based on the trailer that dropped in July, we have a pretty good feeling that this movie is going to be hot. Who else is going to be watching After on Netflix on repeat until then?