“Fantasy Island,” the upcoming mystery fantasy directed by Jeff Wadlow features some familiar faces. The A-list cast has been featured in popular television shows and movies that you’ve more than likely seen.

The film “Fantasy Island” is a name that probably sounds familiar. That’s because it’s a modern retelling of a popular show from the 1970s that featured a notable and iconic cast in its own right. This retelling is a bit different, however -- one with a bit of a horror twist. That’s nothing new from producer Jason Blum of Blumhouse, the studio behind horror classics like “The Purge,” “Insidious,” “Get Out,” and many others.

Maggie Q as Elena

Elena is a guest at the Fantasy Island and one that seems most concerned with what is happening. While the others seem to initially get swept up in the fantasy, Elena maintains a distant skepticism of the wish-fulfilling magic island. She is best known for starring in The CW show “Nikita,” which ran for 4 seasons from 2010 to 2013, as well as the "Divergent" films.

Lucy Hale as Melanie

Melanie shows up to the island at the same time as the other guests and her fantasy-gone-wrong takes up the most screen time in the trailer, where a revenge scenario against her bully goes very wrong when she gets a guilty conscience. You most likely remember Hale from Freeform's “Pretty Little Liars” or Netflix's “Dude.”

Michael Pena as Mr. Roarke

Pena plays the eccentric owner of the eponymous and mysterious fantasy island where the secret dreams of its guests are suddenly coming true, like something out of a fantasy. This is where it departs from the classic, feel-good series: these fantasies are sometimes nightmares. Pena is most known for playing an astronaut in “The Martian” and the hilarious Luis in Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man.”

Austin Stowell as Randall

Randall arrives with the other guests and is given the same presentation and tour, but he seems perhaps the most concerned. We may learn why when his fantasies unfold, which we got a taste of in the trailer. It looks as though Randall is or was a soldier who experienced something traumatic. Stowell can be seen in the Steven Spielberg film “Bridge of Spies.”

Parisa Fitz-Henley as Julia

Fitz-Henley serves as a sort of cryptic tour guide who shoots Elena some strange looks after an exchange. She may be somehow behind what’s going on with Fantasy Island, or she may be a victim herself. You probably recognize her from “The Sorcerers Apprentice” of NBC's “Midnight, Texas.”

Portia Doubleday as Sonja

As the trailer suggests, Doubleday’s Sonja is Melanie’s childhood bully brought to the island for Melanie’s fantasy, which involves getting revenge. She and Melanie become allies and help each other escape the horror. Doubleday is most known for playing Angela Moss in “Mr. Robot.”

Jimmy O. Yang as Brax

Brax is another Fantasy Island guest who seems more interested in partying than anything else. He’s seen hanging out with Ryan Hansen’s character. You can catch Yang in the final season of “Silicon Valley” and in “Crazy Rich Asians.”

Ryan Hansen as Bradley

Like Brax, Bradley only seems interested in partying and having a good time while the uneasiness creeps in. Hansen currently has his own show on YouTube Red called “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television” and is recognized from cult series like “Veronica Mars” and “Party Down.”

Michael Rooker as Morgan

Morgan is likely another hotel guest, as he is not shown in the trailer at all. Any fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will absolutely recognize this actor (without his blue face) who starred as Yondu in “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

You can see the cast for yourself when “Fantasy Island” comes out on Feb. 14.

Fantasy Island cast
Austin Stowell, Portia Doubleday, Lucy Hale, Maggiie Q and Jimmy O. Yang in Blumhouse's "Fantasy Island." Sony/Christopher Moss