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'After Ever Happy,' Final Film in 'After' Series, Gets an Official Trailer - Watch Now!

The final film in the After franchise is on the way and an official trailer has been released.

Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Josephine Langford are reprising their roles as Hardin and Tessa in the upcoming movie After Ever Happy, based on the book by Anna Todd.

Here’s a synopsis: The fourth film of the After franchise finds Tessa and Hardin at a crossroads: Does Tessa continue trying to save him and their relationship, or is it time to save herself? While Hardin remains in London after his mother’s wedding and sinks deeper into darkness, Tessa returns to Seattle and endures a tragedy. If they want their love to survive, they’ll need to work on themselves first. But will their paths lead them back to each other?

Watch the trailer and learn more inside…More Here! »

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'After Ever Happy' Gets a Surprise Teaser!

'After We Fell' Gets Steamy First Trailer - Watch Now!

The trailer for After We Fell has finally debuted!

The third installment of the After franchise finds Tessa starting an exciting new chapter of her life. But as she prepares to move to Seattle for her dream job, Hardin’s jealousy and unpredictable behavior reach a fever pitch and threaten to end their intense relationship. Their situation grows more complicated when Tessa’s father returns and shocking revelations about Hardin’s family come to light. Ultimately, Tessa and Hardin must decide if their love is worth fighting for or if it’s time to go their separate ways.

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'After' Franchise to Expand with Hardin Prequel & Next Generation Sequel

The After franchise is getting two new movies!

Deadline reports that Castille Landon, who has directed the third and fourth films, is set to direct two new future installments in the franchise.

The prequel will be loosely based on Anna Todd‘s book “Before”, which follows Hardin as he navigates his first love before he met Tessa.

The sequel will focus on the next generation in the After universe, centering on the lives of Tessa and Hardin’s children, Emery and Auden, and their cousin Addy as they grow up.

Hero Fiennes Tiffin, who has played Hardin in all four of the After films, will not reprise his role for the prequel. He and Josephine Langford will also not appear in the sequel, which features Tessa and Hardin in supporting roles.

Castille said in a statement, “Seeing After We Fell and After Ever Happy come together in the edit has inspired us to continue expanding the universe, exploring the origins of the characters we already know and love and giving life to the next generation. I’m excited to have the opportunity to broaden the relatable themes already established in the series and introduce Hardin and Tessa’s teenage children to a modern landscape.”

Check out the steamy new trailer for After We Fell here!

The Third 'After' Movie Has a Steamy New Teaser, Carter Jenkins Introduced - Watch Now!

The first teaser trailer for the upcoming movie After We Fell, the third installment in the popular After franchise, has arrived.

The first look at the upcoming movie was released on Valentine’s Day and it features the first look at Carter Jenkins as the new character Robert. We also get to see lots of steamy moments between Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) and Tessa (Josephine Langford).

Here’s a synopsis: Just as Tessa makes the biggest decision of her life, everything changes. Revelations about her family, and then Hardin’s, throw everything they knew before in doubt and makes their hard-won future together more difficult to claim.

The third film in the series also stars some new and old faces, including Chance Perdomo as Landon, Stephen Moyer as Christian Vance, Mira Sorvino as Carol, Arielle Kebbel as Kimberly, Frances Turner as Karen, Kiana Maderia as Nora, Louise Lombard as Trish and Rob Estes as Ken Scott.

No specific release date has been revealed yet, but director Castille Landon said it will be out sometime this year!

The first two After movies are streaming on Netflix right now.

'After We Collided' Director Opens Up About the Movie's Steamy Sex Scenes

After We Collided is one hot movie, and director Roger Kumble is opening up about the film, which stars Josephine Langford, Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Dylan Sprouse.

The Cruel Intentions director opened up about the second film in the After franchise in an interview with ET.

During the conversation, he talked about the sex scenes in the film.

“It kind of complements it. You always walk a fine line and it’s true. Like, you get some people on Twitter going, ‘It wasn’t enough.’ And it’s just like, well, I’m not making a porno film, I’m making a movie. We’re sensual, but we’re not that. But yeah, it was really fun to play with these characters in this world and I, for one, am thrilled to see what the next director [Castille Landon] brings to it,” he said.

He talked about paying fan service as well.

“I continue to engage with the fandom. There are people who love it. There are people who are like, ‘You made it too funny.’ And I said, ‘You know what? Let’s have a tribunal in a few weeks. You could put me on the stand and I’ll defend my reasons of why I made the choices I made.’ This is kind of an interesting experiment; it’s not about trolling. It’s more about this is a passionate fanbase and we can have an interesting conversation,” he explained.

He also reacted to Demi Lovato saying Cruel Intentions helped her realize she was queer.

“I’m proud when I see things like that. I wrote that [movie] in ’97 and we filmed it in ’98. The most important thing to me was Sebastian can be vile but he has a gay best friend and he doesn’t care. But the fact that he didn’t care that Blaine was gay or that the girls were using their sexuality, they brought it into the mainstream. So I love it when I get tweets from people saying, “Ryan [Phillippe]‘s butt made me gay.” Like, that’s amazing. This is the greatest compliment I could ever get in my career. Whatever I could do to help somebody through my work, I mean, I love that. I thought that was so cool of her. I posted it and so did Sarah and Selma. It’s just great.”

If you haven’t yet, see how the movie’s doing at the box office! Sadly, one of the original stars won’t be in the next films…