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8 October 2020, 10:25 | Updated: 8 October 2020, 10:28
The After movies will see five new faces in the third and fourth sequels, four of whom are replacing some original stars.
Weeks after After We Collided became available in cinemas, the team behind the After movie franchise have announced five new actors joining the cast for the sequels, After We Fell and After Ever Happy, after some of the original actors had to drop out of their roles.
Announcing the news on Twitter, the team said they had some “exciting news” about the upcoming films, the third of which has already gone into production.
- Chance Perdomo as Landon
- Stephen Moyer as Christian Vance
- Mira Sorvino as Carol
- Arielle Kebbel as Kimberly
- Carter Jenkins as Robert
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actor Chance is replacing Shane Paul McGhie as Landon, after the actor stepped down from the role over “disagreements” in the filming process.
Stephen is taking the place of Charlie Weber, who played Hardin's dad Christian Vance, while Mira Sorvino is replacing Selma Blair as Carol.
John Tucker Must Die star Arielle Kebbel is joining the cast as Kimberly, taking over from Candice King, who is pregnant with her second baby.
Carter Jenkins – who you may have seen in Valentine's Day and Aliens in the Attic – will join the cast of the next two sequels as Robert, a potential love interest for Tessa.
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We know you’ve been waiting and are beyond excited to share some exciting news with you! @chance_perdomo has been cast as “Landon", @stephenmoyer as “Christian Vance”, @mirasorvino as “Carol”, @ariellekebbel as “Kimberly” and @carterjenkins as “Robert”. Now that they’re officially part of the After family alongside @hero_ft @josephinelangford @louiselombard, @robestes8 let’s show them all the love ❤ ❤
The big cast shake-up is due to the next two sequels being shot “back to back” in Bulgaria in order to be filmed in a Covid-secure way, meaning some of the actors had schedule clashes.
The crew chose Eastern Europe to film because ‘the Covid numbers are far lower’ than where movies one and two were shot.