There are three big movies filming across the province in March that cover off comedy, romance and horror genres.
John Cena takes on another comedic role in Playing With Fire while Katie Holmes is in Victoria filming the horror sequel The Boy 2. Then your teen-romance needs are covered with Netflix’s sequel to To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before starring Lana Condor and Noah Centineo.
Movies Filming This Month
Playing With Fire
Filming until March 29
WWE Superstar and actor John Cena will be flexing his comedy chops in the family movie Playing With Fire. The family comedy has a release date set for March 20, 2020.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) December 19, 2018
The film will also star Judy Greer known for Two and a Half Men and Arrested Development.
Keegan-Michael Key who recently filmed The Predator in town is also cast.
Brianna Hildebrand who has played Negasonic Teenage Warhead in Vancouver-filmed Deadpool and Deadpool 2 also stars.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before 2
Filming from March 25.
Just out here, still hype as ever!!! https://t.co/csfOyktiMH
— Lana Condor (@lanacondor) December 29, 2018
Lana Condor who broke out in Netflix’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before is back in Vancouver to film the highly anticipated sequel. It follows the second novel written by Jenny Han. The first movie filmed in Vancouver and Portland during summer 2017 and dropped on the streaming service the following summer.
She also stars in Syfy’s Deadly Class series which also films in Vancouver.
The Boy 2
Filming in Victoria until March 7
Dawson’s Creek and Ray Donovan star Katie Holmes will be in Victoria filming the sequel to 2016’s The Boy. The first movie starred Lauren Cohan (The Walking Dead) and also filmed in Victoria. Holmes will play Liza in the thrilling horror.
Filming from March 11 to April 12
Mattson Tomlin's The Black List script LITTLE FISH, about Emma & Jude, a couple who fight to hold their relationship together as a memory loss virus spreads and threatens to erase the history of their love and courtship. Chad Hartigan begins filming in Vancouver on March 11th. pic.twitter.com/WqSMb0zgPn
— Production Weekly (@prodweek) February 20, 2019
Hailey Dean Mysteries: Prescription For Murder
TV Movie filming until March 8
February may have been the shortest month of the year but there was no shortage of movies filming in Vancouver. Indie comedy-drama Some of Our Stallions wrapped up 4 weeks of filming around town.
Olivia Taylor Dudley, known for her role of Alice Quinn in the Vancouver-filmed fantasy series The Magicians stars in Some of Our Stallions. Also stars Carson Mell, Ali Di and David Zellner.
A handful of TV movies were under production last month as well. This includes fan-favourite series like Aurora Teagarden starring Candance Cameron Bure, Garage Sale Mystery starring Lori Loughli, and Morning Show Mysteries starring Rick Fox and Holly Robinson Peet.
Another notable TV movie that finished filming in February was Web of Dreams starring Annalise Basso and Vancouver’s own Jason Priestley.
The Saviors brings back Jamie Doran and Cynthia Erivo to Vancouver. Doran shot the 50 Shades trilogy here while Erivo shot 2 movies here last year: Bad Times at the El Royale and Needle in a Timestack.
Netflix’s original feature film Coffee & Kareem:
Updated details on the Netflix original feature COFFEE & KAREEM, about a, foul-mouthed nine year old who reluctantly teams with the straight edge cop sleeping with his mom to take down Detroit’s most ruthless drug lord. Shooting is due to get underway in April 2019 in Vancouver. pic.twitter.com/LA1MZBaVvt
— Production Weekly (@prodweek) February 22, 2019
Lifetime’s Harry and Meghan 2: Becoming Royal the sequel to Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance which filmed in Vancouer last year, is expected to start filming soon.
— Lifetime (@lifetimetv) February 21, 2019
*Filming schedules subject to change. Courtesy Whats Filming & CRBC
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