"After We Collided" is Finally Here and There Are So Many Ways You Can Watch It
The much anticipated sequel to After is finally here. After We Collided is bringing all of our favorites back to Rossmore University for another year and things are heating up between Tessa and Hardin. While they are still grappling with their major aftermath, they find that no matter how hard they try, they can't stay away from each other. Will they get back together? Or will they actually break everything off for good? Fortunately, the wait for fans in the US is finally over after the film's release was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Starting October 23, 2020, fans can find out what's next for Hardin and Tessa. However, fans are going to have to make a big decision as they have two different ways to enjoy the movie.
Here's how to watch After We Collided.
Where can I see After We Collided at home?
After fans deciding to have a party at home, they're in luck! Now that We Collided is streamed on Netflix and the original film is also shown there, you can run the ultimate after-movie marathon.
The movie is also available through all of your favorite video services including Amazon Prime, iTunes, Vudu, Fandango Now, Google Play, Microsoft Store, and RedBox.
Unlike most newly released films, which are only available for the first few weeks, fans have the option to rent After We Collided instead. However, if you plan to keep looking at it again and again, consider using the purchase option so that you can keep it forever.
Where can I see After We Collided in theaters?
In addition to a video-on-demand release, After We Collided is also available in cinemas. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, not every theater is open or wearing the movie. Check the official After We Collided website for the closest available theater and show times, as well as fandango.
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