"After We Collided" Release Pushed Back Three Weeks in the United States

Tamara Fuentes
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From Seventeen

While fans in several countries have had the chance to watch the next chapter of Tessa and Hardin's story, others will have to wait a little bit longer.

On After We Collided's official Instagram page, series stars Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, and Dylan Sprouse announced that the film's release in the United States has been pushed back three weeks.

"We know you can't wait to see what's next in Tessa and Hardin's story, but we also want everyone to feel comfortable and safe seeing the film," Hero said in a video announcement. "Thank you for your patience. It's worth the wait, we promise."

Meanwhile, Dylan might have started a shipping war in the comments section after noting that fans will "finally all see Tessa and Trevor together." However, Josephine mentioned that the movies are more about Tessa's life before just giving up explaining it all together.

The new release date is now October 23. After We Collided was originally set to come out on October 2. Fans will still have the choice to watch the film either in-theaters or at home through video on demand on the movie's release.

At least fans already know that two more movies are coming from the series, so hopefully they won't have to wait too long to see those come to the big screen.

In the meantime, fans can always read the book series to find out what happens next to Tessa and Hardin as they continue to figure out their relationship:

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