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Old January 29th, 2011, 08:46 AM   #1
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Celebrities coming to Vancouver to film major productions

Celebrities coming to Vancouver to film major productions

Keep your eye out for Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Kate Beckinsale, to name a few

JANUARY 27, 2011



randon Routh is Hollywood's current Superman, and is reportedly in the running to play the super hero in Superman: Man of Steel. Filming will fly into Vancouver in the next few months...


Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart in Twilight. This scene was filmed outside a house in Port Coquitlam. Filming is said to resume at this location in March.


rom left: Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson and John Noble star in Fringe, filming here in Vancouver.


Tom Cruise poses with fans in Vancouver last month, during filming of the latest Mission Impossible instalment. MI4 will be in Vancouver for another month.


The Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre was transformed into the streets of India for the filming of Mission: Impossible 4, starring Tom Cruise, Friday, January 7, 2011.




Actress Kate Beckinsale dropped into Vancouver earlier this week for a day, and will return in March for filming of Underworld 4.


Liam Neeson is in Vancouver filming The Grey.


Ashley Tisdale is in Vancouver filming TV series Hellcats.

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I've seen a movie production film something at a strip club in New West when I drive past, I think the place is called the "paramount" or something. Still haven't figured out which movie that is.
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Lights, camera, action: Film industry poised for a blockbuster

Twenty-three features and 21 TV series were shot in B.C. last year, but fewer were Canadian

BY JOHN MACKIE, VANCOUVER SUN JANUARY 28, 2011


VANCOUVER — If you see a guy soaring through the sky in blue tights and a red cape this summer, don’t fret: They’re going to be filming a new Superman movie in town.

The imminent arrival of the Man of Steel bodes well for the B.C. film industry in 2011.

“We had a good finish to 2010, and 2011 is shaping up to be a continuation [of that],” said Susan Croome of the B.C. Film Commission.

“There’s lots of interest from Los Angeles for a new crop of feature films when this current crop finishes, and television remains strong.”

The standard line on the B.C. film biz is that it’s the third largest in North America after Los Angeles and New York, averages about $1 billion in revenues annually and employs 20,000 to 30,000 people.

Figures for 2010 are still being tallied and won’t be announced until March, but it was a bit of a mixed bag.

“It was quite slow in the first part of the year, it started to pick up in May/June, and we finished very busy,” said Croome.

Twenty-three features were shot in B.C. last year, including big-budget fare like Caesar: Rise of the Apes, The Big Year and Red Riding Hood.

The bread of butter of the local film community, though, are the 21 TV series that were shot here. There also were 34 movies of the week shot in B.C., six TV pilots, seven documentary/lifestyle/reality programs, and 10 “digital features.”

This year should be even busier. Several big movies are either in production or about to start up, including Mission Impossible IV (with Tom Cruise), The Grey (with Liam Neeson), Underworld 4 (with Kate Beckinsale), and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (with Jason Lee). The next instalment of the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn (with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart) also will be shooting here, probably in late February. In addition, there are nine TV series shooting right now: Chaos, Endgame, Fringe, Hellcats, Mr. Young, Smallville, Supernatural, The Haunting Hour and The Killing.

That’s the good news. The bad news is that Canadian productions have dropped off.

“In 2007, Canadian content represented $400 million worth of production, but in 2009 it was just over $200 million,” said Liz Shorten of the Canadian Media Production Association.

“We’re going in the wrong direction. We haven’t seen the 2010 numbers, [but] I would say the content production numbers would be around $125 to $150 million. So we’ve gone from $400 million to just over $100 million in three years.”

Why? Shorten said it’s due to “a perfect storm” of factors. The economic downturn meant Canadian broadcasters cut back on new projects. Broadcasters are spending money again, but are concentrating in Ontario, where the broadcasters are headquartered and there are tax breaks that aren’t available in B.C.

“They’re eating our lunch, essentially,” said Shorten.

“We’re very pleased we have our tax credit, but we’re not at a level playing field with Ontario when it comes to content business ... they went to a 25-per-cent production cost tax credit, versus the labour-based tax credit we have in British Columbia.”

American producers, on the other hand, are pleased with the HST.

“The HST is a huge benefit to our industry,” said Peter Leitch, chairman of the Motion Picture Industry Production Association of B.C. “It will change things if the [upcoming] vote goes to restore the old PST. That would be a bit of a disaster for our industry, and other industries as well.”

Leitch says that on a $100-million movie, a producer would probably save $3 million because of the HST, allowing them to deduct the cost of goods and services.

“It’s a huge difference,” said Leitch, particularly given the high value of the Canadian dollar, which used to send American productions scurrying back across the border.

Now the Americans seem to be staying, although Leitch said the taxes have to be “competitive.”

“I think we’ve now established a reputation as a go-to place,” said Leitch. “We’ve got such great infrastructure, such great crews and cast, and [being in] the same time zone [as Hollywood] is a huge benefit to us. We’re really a proven product at this point in time.”

Leitch is president of North Shore Studios in North Vancouver and Mammoth Studios in Burnaby, which have grown alongside the industry.

“We’ve got eight sound stages and about 240,000 square feet of space in North Vancouver, and two of the largest stages in North America out at Mammoth Studios: 123,000 sq. ft on one stage and 96,000 on another stage,” he said.

“Plus we have a construction mill that’s 36,000 sq. ft, plus 48,000 sq. ft of office space there.”

The other big studios are the Canadian Motion Picture Park (11 sound stages) and Bridge Studios (six sound stages) in Burnaby, and Vancouver Film Studios (13 sound stages) in Vancouver.

“[B.C. has] more studio space than anywhere else in Canada; that’s one of the reasons we’ve benefited from all this business,” said Leitch.

Still, last fall it got so busy, all the big studios were essentially booked.

“It’s given impetus for some facilities to expand,” said Leitch.

“I think we’re going to be seeing expansion at Vancouver Film Studios, the Bridge and the Canadian Motion Picture Park. There will be ups and downs, so we don’t want to build over-capacity too soon. But once we see we’ve got a solid business here, that creates more investment from the private sector in infrastructure.”

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Old January 30th, 2011, 10:10 AM   #4
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my friend could have been an extra again for the tom cruise movie next month - they are filming again downtown on feb 7 & 8 but he can't get the day off work to work on the movie
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Katie Holmes spends a sweet afternoon with her daughters in Vancouver


VANCOUVER SUN FEBRUARY 3, 2011 6:23 PM


Katie Holmes with daughters Suri and Isabella leaving Holt Renfew in Vancouver on Wednesday, Feb. 2.





Katie Holmes spent a girlie afternoon shopping in downtown Vancouver on Wednesday with her four-year-old daughter, Suri, and 18-year-old stepdaughter, Isabella.

The trio, who were in town this week visiting Tom Cruise, picked out a lollipop for Suri at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.

The girls moved on to the cosmetics section at Holt Renfrew, where Suri sat on the counter, dabbing colours on her hand.

"She was enjoying herself and looking at everything," says an insider.

But the little girl caused a moment of panic when she ran over to a perfume counter to check out a fish tank.

"Katie after a few minutes seemed worried and called Suri to come back over," says the source.

Daughter Isabella is rarely seen in the public eye. The teen and her brother Connor were adopted by Cruise and then-wife Nicole Kidman, who were married for 10 years.

Cruise has been in Vancouver since early December for filming of Mission Impossible: 4. His wife and daughter have been staying with him for much of the time at their exclusive downtown hotel, guarded by high security.

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Old February 11th, 2011, 05:42 AM   #6
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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Vancouver Twilight shoot revealed

Hollywood Life spills the beans on Breaking Dawn time and place

BY BART JACKSON, VANCOUVER SUN FEBRUARY 10, 2011



VANCOUVER -- Those super-snoops at esteemed online journal Hollywood Life have let the vampire out of the coffin.

The Twilight stars — Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Kellan Lutz, Taylor Lautner and the gang — are headed to Vancouver next month and the mag says it even knows where they're going to be.

Here's the scoop (and I know where I'm NOT going to be; can you say mob scene?): The purported shoot will take place March 14 on Beatty Street.

Can we trust the leak? Why not? Hollywood Life even attributes the news to none other than "our source." And when did that paragon of verity ever get it wrong?

Our source continues: “They are wrapping things up in Baton Rouge but are heading up to Canada over the next week and will be filming in many districts. But they will only be shooting in the city of Vancouver on one day … March 14, they’ll be at a theatre for part of the day and then they’ll be filming on Beatty Street.”

The journal credits the Directors Guild of Canada for telling an anxious world that Breaking Dawn will shoot from Feb. 21 to April 13 in Vancouver and environs. Says Hollywood Life: "We are so excited for more Breaking Dawn sightings — we don’t want it to end!"

Me too! I'll do you one exclamation mark better. I'm the happiest 14-year-old girl in the whole wide world!!

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Tom Cruise takes in the sights of Vancouver with his family


BY KATYA HOLLOWAY, VANCOUVER SUN FEBRUARY 11, 2011



VANCOUVER -- Tom Cruise took a break from dodging fireball explosions and leaping over parked cars on Wednesday to spend some quality time with wife Katie Holmes and their four-year-old daughter, Suri, in Vancouver.

The Hollywood megastar, who is in town filming Mission Impossible: 4, has had a hectic work schedule since arriving in Hollywood North in early December.

He has rarely been seen out with the family, who have been living at an exclusive downtown hotel.

While Cruise has been reenacting his secret agent character, Ethan Hunt, Katie and Suri -- and sometimes stepdaughter Isabella -- have taken in the sights and done some shopping.

But today, a beaming Cruise escorted his girls to Science World for an afternoon of learning about, er, Science. He carried a blanket for his daughter, who complained about being cold. Katie was dressed down, in a grandfather sweater and her hair up in a bun. Cruise wore dark sunglasses, and braved the cool Canadian weather in just a button-down shirt as they made their way into the building.

On Monday night, the family headed out to Simply Thai restaurant in Yaletown for dinner, surprising diners sitting at nearby tables.
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Tom Cruise and other celebrities seen at Rogers Arena hockey games

Tom Cruise's appearance Tuesday night at Rogers Arena was not the first time a celebrity has found his or her way to a Canucks game over the years
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February 23, 2011 10:02 AM


VANCOUVER -- Tom Cruise took time out from a hectic filming schedule Monday to escort his four-year-old daughter, Suri, to Vancouver's public library.

An insider at the library says the little book worm has become a regular in recent weeks, and is normally accompanied by her mother, Katie Holmes.

They head downstairs into the quiet enclave of the children's library, where Suri curls up in a seat to pour through a stack of books.

Tom was a doting dad Monday morning, ignoring the paparazzi while he kept a close watch on his little fashionista.

He spent the day Tuesday filming in Richmond,and later attended the Canucks game with fellow MI4 actor Simon Pegg at Rogers Arena.

The Top Gun star has been in Vancouver since early December filming Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, which is scheduled to wrap up March 7.

The family has been living in an exclusive hotel in downtown Vancouver.

For the latest celebrity news updates, follow Katya Holloway on Twitter



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Actors Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg, in Vancouver filming Mission Impossible: 4, take in a Vancouver Canucks game. The Canucks lost 3-2 to the Montreal Canadiens


Cory Monteith, a Canadian actor from the television show 'Glee', films a short ad with the Canucks mascot Fin before the game against the Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Arena on December 26, 2010 in Vancouver,





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Matt Damon and Jodie Foster to shoot alien blockbuster in Vancouver this summer

BY KATYA HOLLOWAY, VANCOUVER SUN MAY 27, 2011 7:37 PM

VANCOUVER -- Hollywood superstars Matt Damon and Jodie Foster will be calling Vancouver home this summer while filming blockbuster alien flick, Elysium.

Foster, whose resume of big-screen hits includes Panic Room, Nell and Silence of the Lambs, will join thrill-chaser Damon (The Adjustment Bureau, The Bourne Identity) for filming in B.C., which is scheduled to take place from July 25 to Sept. 27.

According to internet movie database IMDB, the plot of Elysium goes like this: "Aliens come to earth to do battle with man kind so they find peace on earth and live like human beings."

Foster is said to play the head of the alien planet.

The movie, directed by District 9 director Neill Blomkamp, is scheduled to be released in 2013.

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Hugh Jackman heads for Vancouver to film Wolverine 2


By Katya Holloway, Vancouver Sun August 17, 2011 7:52 PM






VANCOUVER -- Hugh Jackman and the cast of Wolverine 2 will be heading to Vancouver in November to round up a star-studded year of Hollywood blockbusters filmed here in B.C.

Filming of the action flick is set to take place Nov. 11 to March 1, 2012 at Canadian Motion Picture Park in Burnaby, where scenes from Twilight, Supernatural and Fantastic Four were filmed.

This is the latest in a string of blockbusters to film scenes in Hollywood North. Click here to view photos of celebrities to look out for in B.C.

Elysium, starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster, is in production in B.C. right now, until Sept. 27.

The new Superman movie Man of Steel, starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Russell Crowe and Kevin Costner, will be here from Sept. 21 to Jan. 21.


Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3 is filming now until Aug. 31.

A star-studded cast of The Company You Keep will be here in September. Robert Redford will direct and act in the political thriller, which includes Transformers hunk Shia LaBeouf as an ambitious young reporter.

Redford famously played investigative reporter Bob Woodward in All The President’s Men, but for his next project, he’ll be running from LaBeouf.

The thriller is about a former Weather Underground militant who has been living under a fake identity for 30 years. LaBeouf learns his true identity and Redford’s character goes on the run.

A number of TV movies are here or soon to be in the works, including Christmas Returns to Canaan, Good Morning Killer, Shrinking Violet, The Philadelphia Experiment.

The much-anticipated TV series Alcatraz, from the producer of Lost, will be filming scenes here from Aug. 25 until Feb. 1.

Once Upon a Time is filming in Steveston right now, sci-fi series Fringe is filming until April 10, Supernatural until April 18, and Sanctuary until Aug. 19. If you've always wanted to see a live film set, YTV series Mr. Young is seeking members of its live studio audience each Friday, including Aug. 19, 26 and until January.

To stay on top of the local film scene, follow Katya on Twitter.

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TV shows and movies filming around Vancouver

Film crew are out en masse this week filming scenes for a number of movies and TV series, including Supernatural and Psych. And things will get even more exciting in a couple of weeks


By Katya Holloway, Vancouver Sun September 8, 2011



Jensen Ackles as Dean and Jared Padelecki as Sam in the CW series Supernatural, filming locally. Crew are in Delta today (Sept 8), on Delta Street. They have also been filming in Langley this week.



Robert Capron and Zachary Gordon star in Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules. Crew are filming Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3 today (Thursday, Sept. 8) at Eagle Ridge pool in Coquitlam.



Matt Damon snapped with Evelyn Cortes at a West Vancouver concession stand, Dundarave Beach Tea Hut, a couple weeks ago.



TV series Fringe is currently filming in Vancouver, until April 10. The new series hits TV screens Sept. 23. Anna Torv (pictured), who plays FBI agent Olivia Dunham, is photographed here on a Vancouver film set Thursday, Aug. 25, 2011.



JJ Abrams' latest creation, Alcatraz, is filming locally until Feb. 1. Pictured below: Jason Butler Harner, Jonny Coyne, Jorge Garcia, Sarah Jones, Sam Neill, Santiago Cabrera, Parminder Nagra and Robert Forster.



The cast of the CW's supernatural teen drama, The Secret Circle, which is filming locally until Dec. 9. (L-R): Thomas Dekker as Adam, Shelley Hennig as Diana, Britt Robertson as Cassie, Louis Hunter as Nick, Phoebe Jane Tonkin as Faye and Jessica Parker Kennedy as Melissa.



Once Upon A Time has been filming in Steveston, Metro Vancouver. It will be filming locally until Dec. 7, and is is scheduled to air this fall on ABC.



Superman, played by Henry Cavill, on the film set of Man of Steel in the U.S. Crew will be moving to Vancouver from Sept. 21 to Jan. 21. to film.



Russell Crowe will play Superman's biological father in Man of Steel, which will be filming here from Sept. 21 to Jan. 21.



Actress Amy Adams will play Lois Lane in Superman, coming to Vancouver September 21.



Kevin Costner may be in town in the coming months to star in Superman.



Actor Robert Redford will direct and star in The Company You Keep, which is coming to Vancouver Sept. 19. The movie also stars Shia LaBoeuf, Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte.



US actor Nick Nolte will likely be in Vancouver in the coming months. He is starring in The Company You Keep alongside Robert Redford, Shia LaBoeuf and Susan Sarandon.



Actor Shia LaBeouf will join Robert Redford Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte in a thriller about a young journalist who discovers a former Weather Underground militant who has been living under a fake identity for 30 years. The Company You Keep will be filming here starting Sept. 19.


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Superman stars hit Vancouver during filming of Man of Steel




Spotted around town: Amy Adams, who plays Lois Lane, and Kevin Costner, who plays Jonathan Kent (adopted father to Clark Kent, played by Henry Cavill), in Man of Steel. Also, Fringe actor Joshua Jackson was snapped arriving home in Vancouver



January 10, 2012 5:06 PM



Amy Adams, who plays Lois Lane in Superman: Man of Steel, wraps her day shooting a bar scene in downtown Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012.



A dapper Kevin Costner departs Vancouver International Airport back to L.A. Monday evening (Jan. 9, 2012) after shooting scenes of Superman, Man of Steel all day at a farm location in Ladner. He plays Jonathan Kent, the adopted father of Clark Kent.



Joshua Jackson, of the hit sci-fi TV series Fringe, arrives home in Vancouver, B.C., on a late nite flite from LAX early Tuesday morning, Jan 10, 2012.
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Interesting page, any updates?
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Henry Cavill has played his character really well after replacing Brandon in Man of Steel. However I was willing to see Brandon again. Now I am excited to see Henry in Batman vs Superman.
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The Vancouver International Film Festival starts in two days! Should be some celebs in town for that!
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for sure and my niece is fully ready for that.
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Is this forum inactive now?
Or did celebrities just decide to not come to Vancouver anymore haha.
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Julia Roberts filming today in the West End. At the Haro and Bute plaza. I'm out for a walk around there and will take a snap....but I don't wait around for celebrities so she better be there.

Loads of other tv/films going on now. Prison Break reboot is filming all over.
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