Filming in Vancouver: Jacob Tremblay, Seth Rogen, Ben Platt, The Magicians, and more

The Magicians

Summer’s on its way—and with it, so are a bunch of big and small screen productions.

Here’s a look at what film and TV projects are coming to Vancouver, including one starring a hometown boy (produced by another big-name hometown boy).

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Filming in Vancouver: Jacob Tremblay, Seth Rogen, Ben Platt, The Magicians, and more

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: Beyond, Reboot, Singularity, Seth Rogen, and more

Vancouver’s Burkely Duffield stars in the sci-fi drama Beyond.

A flurry of TV pilots that were shooting in town are wrapping up this week. But there’s another on the way, with some big names (including a hometown boy) attached to it. And while two shows are calling it a wrap, there’s a sci-fi series gearing up for Season 2.

So let’s take a look at what’s going on in Vancouver these days.

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Filming in Vancouver: Beyond, Reboot, Singularity, Seth Rogen, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Seth Rogen, Casey Affleck, Molly Parker, and more

Workaholics stars Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam Devine will be wreaking havoc in Vancouver soon.

In this week’s roundup, we list a few anticipated TV series that are getting into gear on set and one series that’s wrapping up.

But as expected with the new year, a number of new productions are on the horizon and we’ve got two new ones heading our way to chat about.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Seth Rogen, Casey Affleck, Molly Parker, and more

Vancouver Screen Scene: Seth Rogen and Supergirl, Japanese stars, and more

Comedic Seth Rogen is returning to his hometown to shoot The Something.

Comedic Seth Rogen is returning to his hometown to shoot The Something.

Survival is a recurring theme in this week’s roundup of screen-related news in Vancouver, cropping up both as the subject of storylines and a TV series that might need to find ways to avoid the chopping block.

First up, let’s start on a note of levity with a hometown connection.

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Vancouver Screen Scene: Seth Rogen and Supergirl, Japanese stars, and more