After We Fell Has Already Hit A Box Office Milestone

The  next  After  movie is here, and a lot of fans supported the Wattpad adaptation by checking it out in theaters on opening night.  After We Fell, once again starring Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin as Tessa and Hardin, grossed over $630,000 on its opening night alone, in over 945 locations. As a result, it has surpassed a major milestone in the COVID era along with another weekend win. 

Fathom Events and Voltage Pictures hosted theAfter We Fell screenings in U.S. theaters and have reported that the movie has become their most successful event since March 2020 (the onset of the pandemic). Additionally, the romance had the second highest-ranking per-screen average for the day. Overall, it ranked No. 2 at the box office behindShang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings for per-screen average. 

After We Fell was not given a typical theatrical release, as Fathom Events hosted screenings in theaters across the country exclusively on September 30 at 7pm and 10pm and will again show the film on Monday, October 4  before it becomes available on demand on October 19. So far, the movie has made over $18 million worldwide, an impressive number for its limited release and small budget.

These numbers are undoubtedly thanks to theAfter fans who began reading about Tessa and Hardin’s tumultuous romance on Wattpad, before Anna Todd had her series published into best-selling books. Hero Fiennes Tiffin’s character was originally inspired by former One Direction member Harry Styles, but the romance itself has become a major YA property, which includes a total of four installments.