After We Collided” has been released in almost every country on October the 23rd but do you want to know where you can watch it in your country?
Let us congratulate all the cast & crew of the film because, after several months of delay, the film has finally been released. The film has already reached a few selected big screens in the United States. Apart from that, it has also been made available as Video-On-Demand, which means you also have the option of watching the film from the comfort of your home anywhere in the world.
The film’s availability does depend on the VOD services you are using. Still, regardless of that, the film has been made available to rent or buy on Amazon Prime on October 23rd at 12 AM Pacific Time and on iTunes at 12 AM Eastern Time. Suppose, if you have pre-ordered the film, you must have received an email notifying you that “After We Collided” is now available to download.
If you live outside the US, you can buy the film on iTunes. On iTunes, the film was released on October the 23rd at 1 AM in Brazil, 5 AM in the United Kingdom and Ireland, 6 AM in Europe, 1 PM in Japan, 12 PM in Perth (Australia), and 3 PM in Sydney, and 5 PM in New Zealand.
One caveat you need to know is that the film has not been released on Netflix anywhere in the world. When will it arrive on Netflix? Sometime in 2021, the first film arrived on the streaming service six months after its release on big screens. So, taking that into account, “After We Collided” should arrive on Netflix sometime in early 2021.
“After We Collided” is an hour and forty-seven minutes long film based on the novel penned by Anna Todd. The film is directed by Roger Kumble and features Josephine Langford as Tessa Young struggling to cope with a complicated relationship with Hero Fiennes Tiffin’s Hardin Scott. To get away from all of the mental trauma, she starts her internship at Vance Publishing Company, where she attracts the eyes of her new handsome co-worker, Trevor. Now, she has to choose what will change their life forever.
Supporting the couple is an ensemble cast that includes Dylan Sprouse, Candice King, Inanna Sarkis, Pia Mia, and Charlie Weber. Open Road Films are distributing the second film in the “After” franchise.
The creators are developing two more films in this franchise.