Filming in Vancouver: Jessica Biel, Seth Rogen, Taraji P. Henson, Ed Helms, and more

Jessica Biel headlines the new TV series Limetown.

Okay, kids, so we’ve got a ton of stuff to tell you about in this week’s roundup of what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene.

So much so, in fact, that we’re going to try and do it as efficiently as possible, otherwise you’ll be sitting here reading this column forever.

In this mix, there are two feature films, a number of TV series calling it a wrap, and a whole slew of TV pilots getting underway.

With that said, let’s get to it, shall we?

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Filming in Vancouver: Jessica Biel, Seth Rogen, Taraji P. Henson, Ed Helms, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Good Boys, You Me Her, Resident Alien, and Cosmos

You Me Her

Some unconventional comedies and some—er—spaciness fill up this week’s rundown of what’s shooting in Vancouver.

A bunch of R-rated good boys are about to call it a wrap while the world’s first poly-romcom gets back on set.

There’s also a potential new sci-fi series being shot as a pilot, while a science series that explores the outer reaches of the universe is getting underway.

So if you’re intrigued, here’s a snapshot of what’s going on in the streets of Hollywood North.

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Filming in Vancouver: Good Boys, You Me Her, Resident Alien, and Cosmos

Get Around Like a Local – 6 Places in Vancouver Worth Taking Public Transit To

One of my favourite things about living in Vancouver is how you can get anywhere in the city, and to some great day trip places, via public transit. There isn’t really any need to drive anywhere. Which is just as well because driving in any city can be a bit of a pain!

I’ve been taking Vancouver’s public transit all my life and I’ve got the TransLink routes locked down. While I’m always a firm believer of walking everywhere, sometimes you need to hop on the train. Here is a quick recap of the convenient and accessible transit options* and six of my favourite attractions worth taking them to.

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Get Around Like a Local – 6 Places in Vancouver Worth Taking Public Transit To

Filming in Vancouver: Jason Momoa, Seth Rogen, Child’s Play, Chesapeake Shores, and more

Aquaman star Jason Momoa is coming to Vancouver to head up a new TV series.

While this week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver has a recurring theme of projects revolving around child characters, they may not be what you expect at all.

To wit, there’s a sci-fi babysitting TV series, a horror remake, and an R-rated comedy (yes, an R-rated film about kids!).

But there are lot of other things in the mix, including a new sci-fi TV series with a rising action star, a potential new TV series about warrior witches, and some productions that recently wrapped nearby in B.C.

Here’s a look at what’s been coming and going from Vancouver’s screen scene and elsewhere in the province.

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Filming in Vancouver: Jason Momoa, Seth Rogen, Child’s Play, Chesapeake Shores, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Orlando Bloom, Amanda Seyfried, Freida Pinto, Grace Park, and more

Orlando Bloom, who was here filming Needle in a Timestack, is one of several stars who recently breezed through Vancouver.

As the weather has been heating up, so is film and TV production activity in town.

To say there’s a lot going this week is an understatement. There’s a frenzy of feature films coming and going, plus some TV series starting up.

It’s no wonder that it’s so busy: British Columbia logged a record year for film and TV productions in 2017-2018, with $3.4 billion spent. Not too shabby at all.

So with all that in mind, here’s a quick overview of what’s going on in Vancouver’s ever-hectic screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: Orlando Bloom, Amanda Seyfried, Freida Pinto, Grace Park, and more

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