Lucy Hale looked stunning in her strapless floral gown as she walked the red carpet at the premiere of her new film, Fantasy Island on Tuesday, February.The actress, 30, was joined by the rest of her cast which included Michael Peña and Portia Doubleday at the AMC Century City in Los Angeles, California to. Check out what other celebrities came out for the big movie debut.
Michael Peña and Jeff Wadlow were spotted looking dapper in dark-colored suits as the two posed for a photo.
Ryan Hansen and Crazy Rich Asians star Jimmy O. Young were twining at the premiere in their tropical-themed suits and matching white sneakers.
Mr. Robot actress Portia Doubleday looked elegant in a black short-sleeved Paolo Sebastian lace dress. The star had her hair styled in loose curls.
Charlotte McKinney looked fierce in a black corset and black wide-cut suit pants and pointy silver heels.
Bachelor alum, Ashley Iaconetti and her husband Jared Haibon looked adorable as they walked the red carpet. Ashley, 31, was spotted wearing a Disney t-shirt, jeans, and black heels while Jared, 31, wore a jean jacket with black pants and sneakers.
Scheana Shay went for a more edgier look as the reality star rocked all black for her red-carpet look.
Ariana Madix sported a thigh-length green cheetah print dress with black boots. The Bravo star finished her look with a classic leather jacket.
Parisa Fitz-Henley arrived in style in a pastel pink and red Bibhu Mohapatra dress and black heels. The Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance star wore her hair in a high bun and topped her look off with bright red hoop earrings.
Michael Rocker sported a casual look with a blue button-down, black pants and red and black Adidas sneakers.
Canadian actress Lola Tash went for a simple black dress while her sister, Nora Tash wore an emerald green dress with a thick black Chanel belt around her midriff.
Film producer Jason Blum shined in a red suit with matching kaleidoscopic slip on sneakers.
What was your favorite look from the Fantasy Island L.A. premiere? Sound off in the comments.