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: The Twilight Zone, Marvel’s Helstrom, and Close Up

Jordan Peele is back with The Twilight Zone

Once again, as we head further into autumn, Vancouver’s screen scene is delving deeper into the depths of the mysterious, eerie, and downright scary.

A classic anthology series that explores the grey areas of life (and death) is back on set to shoot its second season.

And a new horror series will bring some more superpowered characters to join the growing number already here.

Plus, there’s a potential new mystery series that will begin shooting its pilot episode.

If the suspense is getting to you, read on…

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Filming in Vancouver: The Twilight Zone, Marvel’s Helstrom, and Close Up

Filming in Vancouver: G.I. Joe spin-off Snake Eyes, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, and Close Up

Could Henry Golding be coming to Vancouver to star in a film?

For our weekly roundup of what’s filming in Vancouver, sometimes there’s a common theme running through all the TV and film productions.

But this isn’t one of those weeks.

In fact, this week’s collection of screen productions wildly runs the gamut from a mystery-drama to a martial-arts action blockbuster to a musical fantasy dramedy TV series (now there’s something you don’t hear every day).

It’s quite the mix—but that’s the way things go when it comes to the entertainment industry.

So on that note, here’s a brief overview of what’s—and who’s—on set this week and in the weeks to come.

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Filming in Vancouver: G.I. Joe spin-off Snake Eyes, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, and Close Up

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: Katie Holmes, Heather Graham, Robbie Amell, Ruby Rose, and more

Katie Holmes

In this week’s look at what’s happening in Vancouver’s screen scene, we’ve got two TV pilots starting up.

One is poised to become the first live-action superhero TV series featuring an openly gay character while the other delves into intrigue as a woman becomes fascinated by her boyfriend’s stalker.

Meanwhile, a new high-tech–inspired TV series gets underway and a horror feature film about a super creepy doll is finishing up over on Vancouver Island this week.

So for our rundown of who and what’s coming and going from the streets of Hollywood North, we’ll see you after the jump…

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Filming in Vancouver: Katie Holmes, Heather Graham, Robbie Amell, Ruby Rose, and more

Filming in Vancouver: Nancy Drew, Nasim Pedrad, and—Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?

Nasim Pedrad

We’re heading into TV pilot production season, when initial test episodes of potential new series are made before networks decide whether or not they’re going to become a full TV series.

Not only could these shows be coming soon to a home screen near you, but they’re also possible new additions to join Vancouver’s production scene for the next few years.

We’ve been mentioning quite a number of them over the past few weeks but we’ve got a bunch more this week to tell you about.

In the mix are some familiar names, including a classic female detective. But there’s also a new amateur female detective duo gearing up for their debut.

Meanwhile, a former Saturday Night Live cast member is also offering her entry into the comedy TV series world.

And, wait a minute—Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are coming to Vancouver?

We’ve got all these details plus lots more (that we couldn’t summarize concisely here). Catch you after the jump…

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Filming in Vancouver: Nancy Drew, Nasim Pedrad, and—Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?