Filming in Vancouver: Game Over, Man!, Cameron Monaghan, Peyton List, Barry Watson, and more

Workaholics cast members Anders Holm, Adam Devine, and Blake Anderson will star in the feature film Game Over, Man!

While one film is getting its game on in town, another one is wrapping up in the province. And a TV show finishes up shooting its first season.

It’s a typical week in Hollywood North, with productions coming and going, so let’s size up what and who is shooting in town this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Game Over, Man!, Cameron Monaghan, Peyton List, Barry Watson, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Deadpool 2, Neil Patrick Harris, Raquel Welch, Sandra Oh, and more

Ryan Reynolds is returning to slice and dice up Vancouver for Deadpool 2.

While all eyes may have been turned to Hollywood last night—with that little known ceremony otherwise know as the Academy Awards—there are some notes of interest of what’s shooting in Hollywood North’s screen scene.

Among them are confirmed dates for when the Merc With the Mouth and Count Olaf return to our West Coast metropolis. There are also revealed casts for two TV series, and a Canadian production kicks off today.

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Filming in Vancouver: Deadpool 2, Neil Patrick Harris, Raquel Welch, Sandra Oh, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Deadpool 2, UnReal, Menendez brothers, The 100, and more

The foul-mouthed sequel to the foul-mouth Deadpool, starring the Ryan Reynolds, will be shot in not-so-foul Vancouver.

Well, true believers, the dates have been confirmed for when a certain merc with a mouth will be back to wreak havoc in town (and shut down a few streets).

Also in this roundup, we take a look at a series about TV imitating reality TV, a TV movie about an unsettling murder case from the 1980s, and more.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Deadpool 2, UnReal, Menendez brothers, The 100, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Ice, No Tomorrow, Date My Dad, and more

The TV series Ice, starring Cam Gigandet, will be wrapping up production this week.

‘Twas the week before Christmas and all through the city, not a production was stirring, not even a miniseries.

Well, not quite. But a number of productions are taking a break for the holiday season and several are wrapping up.

That said, the new year will bring a number of new productions to the city, and we’ve already got one on our radar.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Ice, No Tomorrow, Date My Dad, and more

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