Filming in Vancouver: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3, Loudermilk, Motherland, and more

Lana Condor will star in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3

We’ve got horror, we’ve got romance, we’ve got dark comedy, and—yes, folks—we’ve even got witchy supernatural drama.

What are we talking about? Why, Vancouver’s screen scene, of course.

In this week’s roundup of what’s filming, there’s a freaky scarefest about high-school students being pursued by a serial killer while on the flip-side, there’s a romcom about the travails of the heart during high school.

Meanwhile, a recovering alcoholic blusters his way through the third season of a comedy TV series while a trio of witches gear up to fight for America (and no, we’re not talking about Charmed).

Wanna know more? See you after the jump.

Sydney Park

The ensemble horror-thriller There’s Someone Inside Your House begins principal photography on Thursday (August 22) and will run until October 11.

In this Netflix adaptation of the book of the same name by Stephanie Perkins, a graduating class from a high school become targets of a masked murderer who exposes the darkest secret of each victim.

It’s up to a group of outsiders to stop the killings before their own secrets are disclosed to everyone.

Dale Whibley

Directed by Patrick Brice (Creep), the cast includes Sydney Park, Théodore Pellerin, Dale Whibley, Sarah Dugdale, Jesse LaTourette, Asjha Cooper, Burkely Duffield, and Diego Josef.

Asjha Cooper

A release date for this movie hasn’t been announced yet.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

While we shift from horror to something less scary, we’re staying with the high-school crowd as a hit teen rom-com—also adapted from books—concludes production in Vancouver.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 3 finishes up shooting on Tuesday (August 20), having begun back on July 15.

The Netflix threequel adaptation of Jenny Han’s book series found a devoted audience with the first movie, shot in Vancouver, released in 2018.

Lana Condor

Lana Condor stars as Lara Jean Covey, a high-school student who has to contend with social complications after her hidden secret love letters that she wrote to the guys she had crushes on are sent to them.

The second movie, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (set to be released on February 12, 2020), was shot in Vancouver earlier this year, with the third instalment starting shortly thereafter.

Noah Centineo

The third in the series is directed by Michael Fimognari, who also directed P.S. I Still Love You.

The storyline for part three hasn’t been revealed yet but as will most likely follow the third book, Always and Forever, Lara Jean.

Molly Grace

Thus far, confirmed cast members include Noah Centineo, Lisa Durupt, Linda Ko, and Molly Grace.

A release date for this one hasn’t been announced yet.


Also on Tuesday (August 20), Loudermilk finishes filming 10 episodes for its third season, which began on July 2.

This comedy follows Sam Loudermilk, played by Ron Livingston, a recovering alcoholic, former music critic, and substance-abuse counsellor whose bad attitude helps him piss off everyone in his life.

Ron Livingston

In Season 2, Loudermilk returned from a relapse in New Orleans to Seattle where he struggles to piece together his life again while starting a new relationship and getting back into writing.

Anja Savcic

The cast includes Anja Savcic, Laura Mennell, and Will Sasso (who is from Ladner, B.C.).

Will Sasso

The season premiere date hasn’t been announced yet but if the previous seasons are anything to go by, it’ll probably be in October once again.

Taylor Hickson

Later this week, Motherland: Fort Salem completes shooting 10 episodes for Season 1, which began on April 22, on Thursday (August 22)

The series is set in an alternate United States where witches ended their persecution 300 years ago after striking a deal with the U.S. government by agreeing to use their powers to defend the country.

Jessica Sutton

The series will focus on three witches—played by Taylor Hickson, Jessica Sutton, and Amalia Holm—as they undergo basic training to hone their skills in combat magic.

The cast also includes Demetria McKinney and Ashley Nicole Williams.

Set to premiere on Freeform, the release date is yet to be announced.

Demetria McKinney

And on that magical note, that’s all for this week but it appears that there are many more productions coming this way in the weeks to come as summer begins to prepare for autumn.

Until we meet again, happy Vancouver-spotting on a screen near you.

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