Josephine Langford & Hero Fiennes Tiffin Play 'How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star?'

The on-screen couple return to face off in our trivia game.

Playing on-screen couple Tessa Young and Hardin Scott clearly helped actors Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes Tiffin get to know each other. The stars of After We Collided, the sequel to 2019's romance drama After, recently reunited on Zoom to play Marie Claire's How Well Do You Know Each Other. While the fate of their on-again-off-again on-screen relationship is up in the air, the game's score is proof the real-life stars are close friends.

Langford and Fiennes Tiffin were able to accurately guess each others' social media habits and pre-fame careers and they both revealed they prefer phone calls to texting (gasp!). Though, the actors' intimate knowledge of each other isn't all that surprising; the pair also dominated at our trivia game last year. (Think they practiced for round 2 on set?)

"It's always nice when you get to work with someone who is very respectful and very conscious of your comfort," Langford said of her co-star. To which Fiennes Tiffin added, "It's a luxury to come back and work with the same people in the same role....when you come back you kind of just hit the ground running in the same way you left it."

Luckily for Langford and Fiennes Tiffin (and fans) they will continue to work together for the near future—two sequels in the After franchise, titled After We Fell and After Ever After, were greenlit in September.

Water After on Netflix now and After We Collided on VOD.

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Neha Prakash is Marie Claire's Entertainment Director, where she edits, writes, and ideates culture and current event features with a focus on elevating diverse voices and stories in film and television. She steers and books the brand's print and digital covers as well as oversees the talent and production on MC's video franchises like "How Well Do You Know Your Co-Star?" and flagship events, including the Power Play summit. Since joining the team in early 2020, she's produced entertainment packages about buzzy television shows and films, helped oversee culture SEO content, commissioned op-eds from notable writers, and penned widely-shared celebrity profiles and interviews. She also assists with social coverage around major red carpet events, having conducted celebrity interviews at the Met Gala, Oscars, and Golden Globes. Prior to Marie Claire, she held editor roles at Brides, Glamour, Mashable, and Condé Nast, where she launched the Social News Desk. Her pop culture, breaking news, and fashion coverage has appeared on Vanity Fair, GQ, Allure, Teen Vogue, and Architectural Digest. She earned a masters degree from the Columbia School of Journalism in 2012 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University in 2010. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and dog, Ghost; she loves matcha lattes, Bollywood movies, and has many hot takes about TV reboots. Follow her on Instagram @nehapk.