Filming in Vancouver: Christina Ricci, Rachael Leigh Cook, Ming-Na Wen, and more

Christina Ricci

Three screen productions are calling it a wrap in Vancouver later this week—meaning that they’re getting that much closer to hitting a screen near you.

A romcom about a lawyer and her charming client finishes up, followed by a new horror anthology series that boasts an intriguing and varied cast of stars.

After that, a mystery drama, about a death amongst a group of high-schoolers, completes shooting its TV pilot and awaits being approved to be a full-fledged series.

For more details, here’s a quick look at what’s been filming in Vancouver.

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Filming in Vancouver: Christina Ricci, Rachael Leigh Cook, Ming-Na Wen, and more

Filming in Vancouver: The Order, One of Us is Lying, Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting

Jake Manley stars in The Order.

As the days grow darker, so do some of the productions filming in Vancouver.

This week’s roundup of what’s coming and going from the local screen scene spans horror, mystery, fantasy, and the supernatural—with a little comedy in the mix to prove that we’re not without a sense of humour.

There’s a movie about a babysitter out to fight monsters to get her stolen charge back, and a college student who becomes educated in the magical dark arts to fight werewolves.

Meanwhile, a potential new TV series will be a mystery about what happens when several high-school students enter detention but one does not survive.

For more on all this intrigue and creepiness, see you after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Order, One of Us is Lying, Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting

Filming in Vancouver: Rachael Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr., Jennifer Connelly, and more

Rachael Leigh Cook

This week’s roundup of what’s filming in Vancouver, there’s a romcom feature that’s getting on set.

And so is a dystopian sci-fi thriller that’s embarking upon its second season, even though its first season hasn’t premiered yet.

And a suspense drama TV series that’s shooting its pilot is set to wrap just as its full cast has been revealed.

Curious to know more? Well, for more details on all of these shows, read on.

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Filming in Vancouver: Rachael Leigh Cook, Damon Wayans Jr., Jennifer Connelly, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Snake Eyes, Project Blue Book, The Baby-Sitters Club, and more

Henry Golding will star in Snake Eyes.

There’s a lot going on this week, with four productions calling it a wrap—and one big one just getting started.

It’s yo, Joe, time, as the latest G.I. Joe action flick gets underway.

Two suspenseful homescreen movies are finishing up, one about a serial killer stalking a high-school grad class and another about a suburban town shaken up the murder of a young girl.

For a more positive spin on youth, a TV series about female friends who create a babysitting business gets an updated reboot.

And a UFO investigation TV series goes deep into Area 51.

Here’s a roundup of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Snake Eyes, Project Blue Book, The Baby-Sitters Club, and more

Filming in Vancouver: The Haunting of Bly Manor, Woke, and Resident Alien

Sasheer Zamata will star in Woke.

’Tis the season to be scared.

And things are getting appropriately eerie in Vancouver’s screen scene as we approach All Hallow’s Eve.

A horror anthology series get back on its creepy set, with a whole new storyline—but with some familiar faces.

But beyond thrills and chills, there’s also laughter in the upcoming mix.

For instance, an upcoming comedy that takes an animated look at how a cartoonist deals with being woke.

And a dark comedy follows an alien as he integrates himself into human life.

For details on all of these shows, see you after the jump.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Haunting of Bly Manor, Woke, and Resident Alien

Filming in Vancouver: Christmas Chronicles 2 starts, The Twilight Zone and Snowpiercer to come

Christmas Chronicles

Wait, is it Christmas already?

Breathe easy—it’s still a few months away so you still have time for holiday preparations.

But Vancouver’s screen scene is getting into seasonal spirit in a variety of ways and for a variety of occasions.

Fit for the creepiness of the Halloween season, a classic anthology series that explores what-ifs, alternate realities, and the inexplicable is gearing up to shoot its second season.

Also back for a second season is a dystopian thriller about humans surviving on a train after the world freezes over.

And although it’s not even Halloween yet, there’s a sequel to a smash-hit Christmas movie that will turn local streets into holiday time.

Here’s a quick look at what’s shooting this week in Vancouver and in the weeks to come.

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Filming in Vancouver: Christmas Chronicles 2 starts, The Twilight Zone and Snowpiercer to come

Filming in Vancouver: Whoopi Goldberg, Amber Heard, Katherine Heigl, Stephen King, and more

Amber Heard will star in an adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand

Horror and the supernatural—once again—is a somewhat recurring theme in this week’s roundup of what’s going on in Vancouver’s screen scene—with some notable names from genre titles. Stephen King and Sam Raimi, anyone?

And there’s also a comedy about a teenage girl who befriends a ghostly musical trio.

But there’s also a new female relationship drama TV series launching.

To find out more about all of these productions—and all the names that they’ll bring to town—read on for more details on what’s (and who’s) filming in Vancouver this time around.

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Filming in Vancouver: Whoopi Goldberg, Amber Heard, Katherine Heigl, Stephen King, and more