Hero Fiennes Tiffin has a brand new romance film out. The 24-year-old stars alongside Sydney Park in “First Love,” which follows high-school seniors Jim (Tiffin) and Ann (Park) as they fall in love and navigate their impending departure to varsity. While the storyline might sound much like Hardin and Tessa’s within the After franchise, which Tiffin is best known for, the actor assures us it’s very completely different.

“There is one thing particular if you can also make it work together with your past love.”

“The scripts initially are so completely different, however how they’re shot and delivered to life is completely different,” Tiffin tells POPSUGAR. “Jim’s character is so completely different from Hardin’s character. I really feel like they’re on the other ends of the spectrum, and that was positively a part of what drew me to doing one other romance.”

Jim and Ann are full opposites. Jim is quiet and largely retains to himself, whereas Ann is a social butterfly and appears ahead to all of the thrilling potentialities that include going off to varsity. Despite their completely different personalities, nevertheless, Jim and Ann fall laborious for each other. Tiffin was initially reluctant to do one other romance movie as a result of he needed to department out into different genres, however he was intrigued by the “completely different fashion of romance” in “First Love.” He explains, “I used to be barely apprehensive about doing so many romances, as a result of I’d be placing myself in a little bit of a field, however I believe I did the other of that by taking over one other romance with such a special fashion.”

As Jim and Ann navigate their relationship and their very own private journeys, it is laborious to not be reminded of the magic of your past love. Like many {couples}, they undergo a sequence of ups and downs however finally discover their method again to one another. “People ought to take pleasure in reflecting or anticipating being enthusiastic about their past love,” Tiffin says of the movie’s message. “There is one thing particular if you can also make it work together with your past love. I really feel like it will be very nice for folks to mirror on their very own previous or stay up for their very own future, relying the place they’re.”

And for many who already had their past love and it did not work out, Tiffin says watching Jim and Ann’s story play out will hopefully “permit folks the arrogance to know if it wasn’t meant to be, it wasn’t meant to be.”

Tiffin and Park’s onscreen chemistry is plain, which is spectacular, contemplating they met simply earlier than they shot their first scene. “I really feel like I received to know Ann earlier than I received to know Sydney,” Tiffins says. “And then we had a pair days off, and we met for some meals. We are each Scorpios, so I do not know if that has an impact, however we’re actually good buddies. She’s simply so optimistic to be round on set, when I’m normally a bit misplaced. I’m a bit grumpy, in all probability hiding it actually badly, and he or she’s simply singing a track in her chair, not taking life too critically — after which they name motion, and he or she delivers each time.”

Next, Tiffin shall be getting into Hardin’s footwear as soon as once more for “After Ever Happy,” which premieres on Sept. 7. While Tiffin could not reveal a lot concerning the movie, he did say, “There’ll be much more of the stuff you anticipate from ‘After’: fireworks, dramatic moments, and all that good things — so keep tuned. I actually cannot wait for everybody to see that, too.”

Tiffin can be starring in “Woman King” alongside Lashana Lynch, Viola Davis, John Boyega, Jordan Bolger, and Sheila Atim. The movie is about to debut on Sept. 16. “I had such enjoyable filming it. I’ve all the time stated I needed to work with John Boyega, and I managed to do a scene throughout from him in that,” Tiffin says. “I believe it will be a large, huge, epic, unimaginable movie.”

“First Love” is out in theaters and obtainable on demand now.

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