[News] FANTASY ISLAND Trailer Reveals Some Fantasies Should Remain Unfulfilled
Courtesy of Sony Pictures and Blumhouse
Today Sony Pictures and Blumhouse have released the second official trailer for their upcoming vacation adventure from hell film, FANTASY ISLAND. Make sure you check out the trailer below and let us know your thoughts. They have also released a brand new poster for our viewing pleasure.

In Blumhouse’s new spin on FANTASY ISLAND, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke makes the secret dreams of his lucky guests come true at a luxurious but remote tropical resort. But when the fantasies turn into nightmares, the guests have to solve the island’s mystery in order to escape with their lives.

The film stars Michael Peña (Dora and the Lost City of GoldAnt-Man and The Wasp), Maggie Q (Priest, “Designated Survivor”), Lucy Hale (Truth or Dare, “Pretty Little Liars”), Austin Stowell (Bridge of Spies, Whiplash), Portia Doubleday (“Mr. Robot”, Carrie), Jimmy O. Yang (“Silicon Valley”, Life of the Party), Parisa Fitz-Henley (“The Sinner”, My Spy), Ryan Hansen (“2 Broke Girls”, “Veronica Mars”), and Michael Rooker (Guardians of the Galaxy, “The Walking Dead”).

Directed by Jeff Wadlow (Cry_Wolf, Kick-Ass 2), FANTASY ISLAND is written by Wadlow, Chris Roach (Truth or Dare, Non-Stop), and Jillian Jacobs (Truth or Dare) and is produced by Jason Blum (Get OutHalloween) and Marc Toberoff (Piranha 3D, I Spy). It is executive produced by Wadlow, Couper Samuelson (Happy Death Day, The First Purge), and Jeanette Volturno (The Boy Next Door, The Purge: Anarchy). The film is based on the television series created by Gene Levitt.

FANTASY ISLAND will unleash itself on February 14, 2020, making it the perfect film for couples to venture off to see on Valentine’s Day.

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One thought on “[News] FANTASY ISLAND Trailer Reveals Some Fantasies Should Remain Unfulfilled

  1. I’m psyched for this – however, my local theater will not be playing it, which I find annoying.
    I would think that being a big-budge horror would be good enough for them to devote just one of their 16 screens to, but…apparently not.

    Either way though, I’m just going to have to drive to a different theater to see it! I always thought the show was super creepy.

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