Fantasy Island can be considered as an early inspiration for shows like LOST and Westworld. The 1970s ABC TV show featured an enigmatic man (played by Ricardo MontalbÃ¡n) who oversaw an island where anyone’s dreams can come true. However, these dreams can come at a huge price. And for some visitors, these dreams could turn into full-on nightmares. Blumhouse will bring that same horror-like vibe to a new iteration to the big screen, which will star Michael Pena and Jimmy O. Yang. Now, they’ve just cast their newest start. New reports says Guardians Of The Galaxy star Dave Bautista is in talks to have a role in the film. More on the story below.
Truth Or Dare Director: Jeff Wadlow Screenwriter: Michael Reisz, Jillian Jacobs, Chris Roach, and Jeff Wadlow Cast: Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beane, Hayden Szeto, Landon Liboiron Distributor: Blumhouse | Universal Pictures Release Date: April 13, 2018
The concept of adapting a harmless game into a film is nothing new. In fact, it has been done many times before, though its success can be met with varying degrees. That being said, we have reached a new level of low now that we are going for schoolyard games. Blumhouse’s Truth Or Dare tries to mirror the same success of Ouija using the production house’s low-budget formula. And try as the film might, it never reaches those same levels of fright. It desperately tries to scare its audience with the thought of this game haunting us that through its bad dialogue it becomes an unintentional comedy. Not really sure if that is what director Jeff Wadlow intended. But the film lands in between that gray area of its so good that it’s bad but at the same time it’s just flat-out bad.
Clearly Liam Neeson is enjoying his time as an action movie star, as he continues to line up one new project after the other.
It’s being reported that Neeson has entered into negotiations to star in Non-Stop, a new action thriller from Dark Castle Entertainment. Not much is known about the movie yet, but it will supposedly be a “gritty” and “contained” thriller set on a domestic flight, with Neeson playing an air marshal.