“After We Collided” still doesn’t have a U.S. release date, but fans are getting a new glimpse thanks to an official clip. The video, released Monday, introduces Tessa to Trevor, played by Dylan Sprouse.

Tessa (Josephine Langford) is trying to catch an elevator when the doors close. She yells an expletive at the man who seemingly ignored her plea to hold it, but the doors suddenly open again. It seems he did hold the elevator for her after all.

Tessa denies shouting an insult, but Trevor knows what he heard. “Look, I’m sorry, it’s my first day. I’m just trying to make an impression,” she says.

“Well, you certainly succeeded at that,” Trevor comments.

She gets off the elevator and realizes that Trevor is headed to the same place, Vance Publishing. Tessa greets Kim (Candice King), and Kim says she’s impressed with her memory.

“She makes quite the impression,” Trevor quips. “We’re old friends.”

Anna Todd’s readers know that Trevor is better known as [expletive] Trevor—at least to Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin). Tessa’s love does not like Vance Publishing’s head of finance, and his intense jealousy causes tension with Tessa.

Watch the clip below:

“After We Collided” is the highly anticipated “After” sequel. The film was due out in the spring but was postponed due to the global health crisis. Release dates ranging from Sept. 2 to Oct. 14 were recently revealed for many countries, but fans are still waiting on release date announcements for the U.S., U.K., Mexico, Brazil and more.

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Hardin (Hero Fiennes Tiffin) and Tessa (Josephine Langford) star in "After We Collided." Voltage Pictures