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The first iteration of Fantasy Island debuted in 1977, starring Ricardo Montalban as a mysterious man named "Mr. Roark, "which would stir the fantasies of the guests on his island – at a price. Each episode of the show would focus on a different desire, with their results usually having to learn a lesson in life.
The reboot, directed by Effe Wadlow, is a bit more sinister. Michael Peña takes over the role of Roark, starring Lucy Hale, Maggie P, Ryan Hansen and Myimi O. Young. (Roark's Tartu assistant, played by Gervais Villachaise, will not appear in the new film.)
At first, the island seems like a paradise, but it soon becomes apparent that the desires they have made are twisted around them and that their lives are on the line. The trailer sees that every guest realizes that everything is not as it seems, with even resort staff suffering bloody consequences.
The film is set to hit theaters on February 14, 2020.