Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Do you remember Fantasy Island? Will return, in the form of movie! Sony Pictures

The island of fantasy was a successful TV series by Aaron Spelling (Beverly Hills 90210), which ABC broadcast from 1977 to 1984. Starred by Mexican Ricardo Montalban and the adorable Herve Villechaize, the weekly series was about various guests to an island mysterious, that granted all kinds of wishes ... sometimes with sinister consequences. It was said that Mr. Roarke (Moontalban) and Tatoo (Villechaize) were a kind of angels, although a peculiar 1988 remake (with Malcom McDowell) suggested that it was possibly a supernatural being totally opposed to "the good guys."

Well, Deadline reported that Fantasy Island Sony Pictures and Blumhouse (Halloween, Glass) have acquired the rights of Fantasy Island, for a remake, this time in cinema and under the direction of Jeff Wadlow (Truth or Dare, Kick-Ass 2), who He will also write it together with Chris Roach and Jilian Jacobs.

Of course, the stars for Fantasy Island are ignored for now, as well as their release date. Who do you think would have a charisma of the caliber of Montalban and Villechaize?

The series starring Ricardo Montealbán will be brought to the big screen by Blumhouse and Sony.

The popular television series of the 70s and 80s, ‘The Island of Fantasy’, is ready to become a movie.

Producers Blumhouse and Sony have partnered with filmmaker Jeff Wadlow to begin work on the film.

Made under Spelling-Goldberg Productions, the television series "Fantasy Island" was broadcast on ABC between 1977 and 1984. It featured Ricardo Montalbán as Mr. Roarke, dressed in impeccable white that oversees a mysterious island where people could Live your fantasies at a price.

The series is often about dark and supernatural themes.

The popular series ran for seven seasons with 152 episodes.

The movie "Fantasy Island" will be written by Wadlow and co-writers, Chris Roach and Jillian Jacobs.

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