“After We Collided” is the sequel to the series titled, After, which rocked up on the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix soon after its release added last year. However, there are questions in the minds of the viewers about whether the sequel is able to do the same thing.
It looks like a few regions are going to get the series in the month of December of this year but not as many as the previous entry. In this article, we will be talking about everything that is known about the series.
The adaptations of the book series have been big hits among teens despite often being panned by both audiences and critics. The new movie is directed by Roger Kumble, and it features Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Josephine Langford, and Louise Lombard and adapts the romance novel of the year 2014.
Also, the movie saw a theatrical release in most of the regions earlier this year, but its theatrical release was pushed back to October 23, 2020, in the United States, and will simultaneously be released in the theatres and via on-demand digital.
After We Collided: when to expect it on Netflix? Latest and major updates
The streaming giant also has a working relationship with Voltage Pictures in some other areas with the streaming giant picking up the global rights, excluding the United Kingdom, to Shockingly Evil, Vile, and Extremely Wicked last year.
Originally, it was not expected to see After We Collided movie to hit the streaming giant. The reason for that was the major difference between this film and After is that it is distributed by a different company making its United States Netflix release date hard to predict because we can not even assume at this point that it will hit Netflix.
You should also know that the first film was distributed globally by Aviron Pictures, but the new film is distributed by Voltage Pictures in the United States. We were not able to find any press release regarding an output deal with their content, but we did go through some of their recent films.
We do not know the release date schedule for each and every country in the world; however, we do know when it is going to be released in some.
Again, the film is distributed differently from the first film with Open Road Films distributing the film internationally this time around with Shear Entertainment in the UK as the main exception.