Watch the Trailer for “After Everything” In Theaters Everywhere September 13

The trailer for the final movie in the “After” franchise, “After Everything,” is here! The trailer was first teased to fans who saw “Beautiful Disaster” in theaters last month, but the trailer is now available for everyone to watch via the official Twitter account for the series, @aftermovie, as well as on the YouTube channel for Voltage Pictures — keep scrolling to watch!


The trailer follows Hardin in a time jump since we last saw him in “After Ever Happy,” struggling to finish his next book, and under pressure from his publisher. The majority of the film appears to follow Hardin taking a trip to Lisbon to visit Natalie (portrayed by Mimi Keene), and make amends. Of course, it wouldn’t be an “After” film if Hardin and Tessa weren’t thrown back together, and it seems that they’ll run into each other again at a mutual friend’s wedding — likely Landon’s, but that remains to be seen. 

Directed by Castille London (“After We Fell,” “After Ever Happy”), “After Everything” is a new film to the franchise, and is the first film to not share a title with a book in the series — however, “After Everything” is included in a quote in epilogue of the final book, “After Ever Happy,” and will likely share plot points from the fifth and final “After” book, “Before.” 


“After Everything” will release in theaters in the US and other select countries on September 13th, 2023! Check out the list below to find your country and the corresponding date!


Another sequel and prequel are in development in addition to “After Everything,” but it’s unlikely that Fiennes-Tiffin and Langford will reprise their roles beyond “After Everything.”

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