Anna Todd , the mastermind behind the After franchise, shared the news on Twitter. After fans had a LOT of feelings about the movie being rated PG, as they felt that some of the juiciest parts of the story were left out.
Obviously, Anna listens to the Afternators. She also announced that After We Collided will be rated R, per her brand spankin' new contract. I mean, the entire series is about Hessa, so it would be absolutely nuts if one of them got replaced. Plus, Anna's already out here teasing the scenes she's most excited to see them bring to life.
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That's totally fair, considering the fact that this thing started out as a Wattpad story and then became a book series before it was made into a movie. It makes total sense that After has gone through a few changes as it becomes a story told across such different platforms.
For example, Hardin's name was originally Harry Styles, but it was changed when it went to print for legal reasons. Then, it had to be cleaned up a bit to work as a PG movie. It'll probably go through even more changes this time around.
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With that being said, if you want some more Hessa content to hold you over until AWC comes out Trust, the five books are as entertaining and addicting as all of this beauty blogger drama. But, if you're hoping to walk into the theater completely spoiler-free, here's a synopsis that doesn't give it all away. Sounds like we're about to enter the first "off" phase of this on-again, off-again relationship.
This would probably be a good time to stock up on Kleenex and waterproof mascara.
But does the stranger on her doorstep hold the answers Lou is searching for — or just more questions? But Lou once made a promise to live. But working on the movie script, and reading the sheer volume of tweets and emails every day asking what Lou did with her life, meant that the characters never left me.
It has been such a pleasure revisiting Lou and her family, and the Traynors, and confronting them with a whole new set of issues. As ever, they have made me laugh, and cry. I hope readers feel the same way at meeting them again. While feeling the exact opposite Buy from When one story ends, another begins. Lou Clark has lots of questions.