I'm sorry, but if you are chosen to go to a swanky resort that promises to allow you to live out your every fantasy, how do you not suspect something suspicious is afoot? Especially when Michael Peña steps out of the shadows in a baggy all-white suit to explain a set of mysterious rules to you?! Come on, Lucy Hale.
In Jeff Wadlow's Fantasy Island, a horror film from Blumhouse set to debut on Valentine's Day, we get a new spin on the late '70s TV show premise, where the enigmatic Mr. Roarke (Peña) promises to make the secret desires of his lucky guests come true at his gorgeous — but remote — tropical resort. Getting revenge on a high school bully? Reviving a dead loved one? All are included in Roarke's package. Of course, the guests' deepest fantasies quickly transform into their worst nightmares, and they're forced to solve the island's mystery if they want to escape the island alive.
In addition to Peña, Hale stars as one of the unfortunate guests, as does Maggie Q (Nikita), Ryan Hansen (Veronica Mars), Jimmy O. Yang (Crazy Rich Asians), Portia Doubleday (Mr. Robot), and Austin Stowell (Catch-22). Watch the trailer above before the film arrives on Feb. 14, 2020!