Big time cutie pie Dylan Sprouse has been cast in the sequel to After, the movie based on the New York Times bestselling novel, which was originally a Wattpad fanfiction about Harry Styles by Anna Todd. 

If you’re unfamiliar with Wattpad, it’s a story-sharing platform for budding writers. I don’t know about After‘s official sale numbers but on Wattpad, it has 585 million reads, which are equivalent to views. That’s a lot of eyeballs.

After introduces us to hardworking and committed student Tessa Young (Josephine Langford, Katherine‘s sister). All is well until she arrives at college and meets the complicated, rebellious, and mysteriously magnetic Hardin Scott (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) – cop those initials – who makes her question just about everything she thought she knew in life.

After is the first book in the five-part series and Sprouse will play “fucking Trevor” in the sequel, After We Collided. 

I have not read these books but “fucking Trevor” sounds delightful.

“I’m very excited to announce to you that I will be playing Trevor in After We Collided,” he says in a video posted to After‘s socials. “I cannot wait to bring ‘fucking Trevor’ to life for you, and I’m excited for you to see the finished content. Can’t wait to start filming.”

After came out back in April, but if you’ve yet to watch the movie then please enjoy this very horny trailer.

I will never, and I mean never, get over the fact that Hero Fiennes Tiffin starred as a young Tom Riddle in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, and he’s Ralph FiennesLord Voldemort‘s – nephew.

Meanwhile, Dylan’s brother Cole Sprouse recently starred in Five Feet Apart. 

The flick follows Stella Grant (Richardson), a 17-year-old with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) who spends a lot of her time in the hospital following a strict routine made up of boundaries and self-control.

At the hospital, Stella meets fellow CF patient Will Newman (Sprouse) who is not as serious about his treatment as he should be. As you can probably guess, they fall in love but it’s not easy especially because they must maintain a safe distance between them to avoid any cross-infection.

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