It's basically the Teen Wolf and Pretty Little Liars combination that we didn't know we needed until now.
In the movie, they play Lucas and Olivia, who are college seniors. They get sucked into a game of truth or dare while in Mexico for spring break with their friends. When they all return home, they realise the game isn't over. Something begins possessing them all, making them reveal deep, dark secrets that has the potential to ruin friendships and take scary, life-threatening risks. If they don't play along, they die a gruesome death.
When the trailer first came out, we were blessed with this creepy ass face from Lucy Hale:
It's a scene between Tyler and Lucy having sex, and Tyler has now spoken to Seventeen.com about how awkward it was filming it.
"That possessed smile got started from an idea from our director, Jeff Wadlow. He had this idea come to him when he was a kid when he used to draw these smiles," Tyler said. "It was kind of specific when he was trying to relay the idea to us. It was like, 'Okay, I see it with your chin down, you're looking through the whites of your eyes, and you smile with no teeth.' And I was like, 'I do that all the time on Teen Wolf. Sounds great. That's a very Teen Wolf kind of pose.' So I was super into the idea. It made sense to me."
He continued, "The face is awkward when you're actually doing it because you don't know how it's going to look in the final version of the film," Tyler told Seventeen.com. "That scene specifically where Lucy and I are having a sex scene and she's supposed to have that face and choke me — it's hard to not break and start laughing because doing this," he said, making the face, "It looks odd."
However, he revealed how amazing it was working with Lucy.
"We got through it. We were very respectful actors, and respected one another, so we wouldn't laugh at one another... unless we were done. If they said 'cut,' then we laughed all we wanted," he shared.