Filming in Vancouver: Ashley Judd, The Magicians, and new cyberpunk series Altered Carbon

The Magicians is wrapping up Season 3 but will be hitting a home screen near you quite soon.

As we continue on our never-ending trajectory deeper into the holiday season, productions are continuing to close up shop in Vancouver. Speaking to that point, a doggone feature film and a magical TV series will call it a wrap this week.

But there’s also a first look at a new cyberpunk TV series that will be premiering early in the new year. 

So with all that in mind, let’s take a look at what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Ashley Judd, The Magicians, and new cyberpunk series Altered Carbon

Filming in Vancouver: A Series of Unfortunate Events, plus shows calling it a wrap in December

Neil Patrick Harris

December is also upon us, which means it’s almost time for the holiday season.

That also means a number of film and TV productions will be saying farewell to our fair city before the new year arrives.

But since the industry’s motto is “the show must always go on”, there are still some productions coming into town and others that are stalwartly marching on throughout the winter.

Here’s a quick rundown of the films and TV series that’ll be calling it a wrap this coming month—with a few other notes about comings and goings. 

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Filming in Vancouver: A Series of Unfortunate Events, plus shows calling it a wrap in December

Filming in Vancouver: Josh Duhamel, Chow Yun-Fat, Anna Faris, Supernatural, and more

Chow Yun-Fat is one of several Hong Kong stars shooting Project Gutenberg in Vancouver.

In this week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver, there’s a Hollywood comedy coming our way just as a romcom wraps up. Erstwhile, a Hong Kong blockbuster is landing in town. And on the TV side of things, there’s something Supernatural going on with some Magicians casting some spells as well.

Wondering what’s going on? Read on.

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Filming in Vancouver: Josh Duhamel, Chow Yun-Fat, Anna Faris, Supernatural, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Vince Vaughn, Mel Gibson, The Magicians, and more

The Magicians are coming back to take over Vancouver to shoot Season 3.

As the weather is heating up in Vancouver, so are the screen productions.

This week, we take a brief look at an upcoming cop drama feature film, a counter-terrorism TV series, a fantasy TV series about a magical school, and more.

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Filming in Vancouver: Vince Vaughn, Mel Gibson, The Magicians, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Uma Thurman, X-Men spinoff Legion, and more

Uma Thurman

Uma Thurman

In this week’s roundup of what’s in front of the camera in Hollywood North, psychology plays a recurring theme.

From nightmares to a mutant with psychological problems, this week’s list of shows starting or wrapping up production in Vancouver offer plenty of mind games to delve into.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Uma Thurman, X-Men spinoff Legion, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: From sci-fi thriller Parallel to The Magicians

Georgia King

Georgia King will star in the sci-fi feature film Parallel.

This week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver includes parallel universes, scary children, poly-dramedy, independent women (who aren’t Charlie’s Angels, Destiny’s Child, or Beyoncé), and magic.

As luck would have it, not all of those elements are in the same show. (When it is, it’s called Keeping Up With the Kardashians.)

But if that list sounds like your cup of tea, then pull up the chair and let’s get the party started. (Sugar? Cream? Almond milk?)

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Vancouver Screen Scene: From sci-fi thriller Parallel to The Magicians

Vancouver Screen Scene: From Helen Hunt and Thandie Newton to the Romeo Section

Helen Hunt will shoot Live Like Line in Vancouver.

Helen Hunt will be shooting a film in Vancouver in August.

This week’s roundup of Vancouver-shot productions takes a turn for the darker, the mysterious, and the gritty.

But that doesn’t mean they can’t be inspirational.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: From Helen Hunt and Thandie Newton to the Romeo Section