Last month some mega celebs were in town including Khalid, Paul Simon, Pink and Shania Twain.
Singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth was also in town wrapping up the second season of NBC’s Trial & Error which moved production from Burbank.
New Girl’s Larmone Morris was in town for a special limited series by National Geographic, a docudrama on Silicon Valley’s tech boom in the 90’s.
Continue your celeb spotting in Vancouver throughout June as there’s plenty of stars to admire and hunt down:
Celebs in the City
Hollywood A-List actor Chris Pratt will be in Vancouver this summer for his next big action adventure movie Cowboy Ninja Viking which is based on a comic book series. The blockbuster is scheduled to start filming in town this month.
His now-ex Anna Farris was in town last year shooting the remake of Overboard which was released in theaters last month.
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) May 30, 2018
‘The One’ Keanu Reeves is getting ready for John Wick 3 but will also appear in a new Netflix comedy, Always Be My Maybe. It also stars Ali Wong, Randall Park and Daniel Dae Kim.
Orlando Bloom is joined by Frieda Pinto and Leslie Odmon Jr in Vancouver to film the movie Needline in a Timestack. Production is scheduled in town for June 18 to July 24.
Slumdog Millionarie star Freida Pinto is not stranger to Vancouver having filmed 2011’s Rise of the Planet of The Apes in Vancouver with James Franco.
Leslie Odom Jr
Tony Award winner Leslie Odom Jr from Broadway’s Hamilton!
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) June 4, 2018
The movie also stars Cynthia Erivo who recently filmed Bad Time at the El Royale in Vancouver. Its cast includes Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Nick Offerman, Chris Hemsworth, Jeff Bridges, Russell Crowe and Cailee Spaeny.
Equally loved as he is hated an as actor, Nic Cage brings his style of action-drama to Vancouver.
— What's Filming (@WhatsFilming) June 2, 2018
Disney teen star Dove Cameron reprises her role in The Descendants 3 which shoots til July 3.
The Good Doctor withdrawals? Don’t worry starts filming around town again at the end of the month. Recognized filming locations include Vancouver Community College and outside Surrey City Hall.
Freddie Highmore will be back in Vancouver next month to reprise his role as autistic Dr. Shaun Murphy.#TheGoodDoctor season 2 starts filming June 27th via BC Production List.
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— Hollywood North Buzz (@yvrshoots) May 25, 2018
Daniel Dae Kim
Lost and Hawaii 5-O star Daniel Dae Kim will be back in Vancouver for Season 2 of The Good Doctor which he produces. He’s also set to appear in Always Be My Maybe with Ali Wong, Randall Park, Keanu Reeves and more.
American-Indian (that’s East Indian/South Asian not Native Indian) actor Karan Soni is no stranger to Vancouver having filmed Deadpool and its sequel here. He’s known as Deadpool’s taxi driver Dopinder. He’ll be appearing in the Netflix comedy Always Be My Maybe with Ali Wong, Randall Park, Keanu Reeves, Daniel Dae Kim and more.
This Is Us star Milo Ventimiglia stars in the film adaptation of Seattle author Garth Stein’s novel The Art of Racing in the Rain. It started filming in Vancouver at the end of April and wraps up by July 23. He’s already been spotted all over Vancouver.
Mamma Mia! star Amanda Seyfried also joined the cast of The Art of Racing in The Rain.
So, what’s the sitch? Kim Possible is getting a live-action TV movie for The Disney Channel! Newcomer Sadie Stanley stars as Kim Possible and films in town until July 23.
Sean Giambrone from sitcom The Goldbergs will play Ron Stoppable in the live-action Kim Possible TV movie. He’s already checked out the Aquarium ahead of filming.
— Sean Giambrone (@seangiambrone1) May 18, 2018
Buffy The Vampire Slayer, How I Met Your Mother and American Pie star Alyson Hannigan was recently added to play Kim’s mom, Dr. Ann Possible.
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) May 25, 2018
Pitch Perfect star, Tony and Grammy award winner Ben Platt gets his first film lead in the drama Love & Oatmeal. He was critically acclaimed and won a Tony for his performance in the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen.The film is scheduled to start shooting in town from June 4.
Stand-up comedian and former writer of ABC’s sitcom Fresh Off the Boat, Ali Wong is also an actress. She joins friend Randall Park in a new romantic comedy project for Netflix called Always Be My Maybe.
Fresh Off the Boat star Randall Park has filmed in Vancouver before for The Interview starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.
Aunt Becky is in town filming another Garage Sale Mystery TV movie for Hallmark.
Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka stars in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina which films in Vancouver til December 5.
Ross Lynch co-stars in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina as boyfriend Harvey Kinkle.
The OC star Rachel Bilson stars in the new dramedy Take Two for ABC.
Eddie Cibrian co-stars with Rachel Bilson in Take Two.
Vancouver’s very own Michael Shanks is back in town for the mini-series Unspeakable which chronicles HIV and Hep C in Canada.
— Michael Shanks (@MichaelShanks) April 15, 2018
Sarah Wayne Callies
The Walking Dead, Prison Break and Colony star Sarah Wayne Callies is back in Vancouver co-starring in Unspeakable.
Tom Jones plays Queen Elizabeth Theatre on June 2
T.J. Miller brings his comedy tour to The Roxy Cabaret on June 3
Canadian icon Bryan Adams brings The Ultimate Tour to Rogers Arena on June 6
Macy Gray brings the jazz to Queen Elizabeth Theatre on June 28.
Vance Joy plays Deer Lake Park in Burnaby on June 30
Comedian and actor Kevin Hart brings the laughs to Rogers Arena for The Irresponsible Tour on June 16
Rapper Lyrics Born is appearing in the comedy Always Be My Maybe filming in town.
Later This Summer
Keep your eyes peeled in Vancouver for Seth Rogen, Jacob Tremblay, James Marsden, Jennifer Connelly, Katee Sackoff, Harry Styles, Jack White and more.