The start of a new season in Vancouver will bring about some new celebrity faces to swoon over this fall. Here are 25 celebrities you can spot in and around Vancouver during September.
Dwayne Johnson, best known as The Rock, is on location in Vancouver for his newest movie Skyscraper.
Joining Johnson on the set of Skyscraper is Canadian actress Neve Campbell. Campbell is best known for her role of Sidney in the horror film series Scream, and has also starred in shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Mad Men and House of Cards.
Reynolds is in town to film Deadpool 2, known by its working title of ‘Love Machine’. Production began recently and is set to continue into October.
Vince Vaughn will be in Vancouver this August for his new role in Dragged Across Concrete. Best known for witty one-liners and his unmistakable nattering, Vaughn has appeared in movies such as Old School, Wedding Crashers, The Break-Up and The Internship among many more.
Joining Vaughn on the set of Dragged Across Concrete is Mel Gibson. Gibson has been acting for years, along with producing and directing. He has starred in box office hits like the Mad Max films, Braveheart, The Passion of the Christ, Signs and Hacksaw Ridge.
The hilarious Steve Carell will be in Vancouver for a more serious role in The Women of Marwen. Carell is best known for his quirky character Michael in The Office, and who could forget his role in The 40-Year-Old Virgin.
Ben Stiller will be in Vancouver during September as a producer for The Eggplant Emoji Movie. Stiller is best known for his roles in the Meet the Parents trilogy, Zoolander and Dodgeball to name a few.
Joining Stiller on set as a producer for The Eggplant Emoji Movie is Adam DeVine, along with his Workaholics co-stars Anders Holm and Blake Anderson.
After recently wrapping up the final season of Pretty Little Liars in June, Lucy Hale will be back filming again for her new role in The CW’s Life Sentence.
Hale has previously made small appearances in shows like Privileged, The O.C. and How I Met Your Mother before snagging her lead role in 2010 as Aria in PLL.
You may remember him as Hank Moody from the hit show Californication, or maybe you saw him once upon a time in the X-Files series. After a successful reboot last year, David Duchovny will be in Vancouver throughout September for the 11th season of the show.
Olivia Munn will be in town for her role in History Channel’s SIX which will be filming its second season in Vancouver through to October. Munn is still probably best known as brilliant but awkward financial reporter Sloan Sabbith in HBO’s The Newsroom TV series.
Steve Zahn will be filming in Vancouver for his role in a new series The Crossing. Zahn is best known for his roles in Modern Family, Mad Dogs, and HBO’s Treme.
Joining Zahn on set for The Crossing is Natalie Martinez. You may recognize her as the spokes-model for JLO by Jennifer Lopez, or in the Death Race trilogy.
Oh Archie *sigh* who can resist this red headed cutie?!
KJ Apa will be in Vancouver filming the second season of Riverdale. Apa is an up and coming actor from New Zealand who snagged the lead role in Riverdale this past year and has also starred in the feature film A Dog’s Purpose.
Lili Reinhart will also join Apa on location in Vancouver for Riverdale. Reinhart has the lead role of Betty in the series, and has also made appearances in Law & Order: Special Victim’s Unit, along with The Good Neighbor, Miss Stevens, and Forever’s End. Most recently she was cast in the upcoming film Galveston.
Of course there would be no Betty without Veronica!
Camila Mendes will also be in Vancouver filming the second season of Riverdale. Rumour has it that Mendes had her first acting job on an IKEA commercial before going on to star in Riverdale as main character Veronica.
Rounding out this foursome of course is Cole Sprouse, known as character Jughead Jones and narrator of the Riverdale series.
Sprouse rose to fame at an early age starring alongside his twin brother in Disney channel’s The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. He also starred in Big Daddy and even a few Friends episodes – remember Ross’s adorable son?!
Rose McIver will be in Vancouver this August to film the fourth season of The CW’s iZombie. McIver is a New Zealand actress who made her big screen debut in the movie The Lovely Bones, and has held the lead role of Liv Moore in iZombie since 2015.
Back in action for the fourth season of The Flash, Grant Gustin will be on location in Vancouver through to April 2018. Gustin has also had roles in shows like 90210, Glee along with making appearances in Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Arrow.
Dominic Purcell will likely be in Vancouver through to February filming for his role in TV series Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash. You may remember him best as Lincoln Burrows from Prison Break which recently aired its fifth season.
Also joining Purcell on set is Victor Garber, who plays Dr. Martin Stein in Legends of Tomorrow. Garber is known for his roles in Titanic, Argo and Alias, along with making appearances in The Flash and Vixen.
Back to film its 13th season, Jared Padalecki will be in Vancouver for his role of Sam in Supernatural. Padalecki has also starred in Gilmore Girls, House of Wax and alongside the Olsen twins in New York Minute.
Joining Padalecki on set is Jensen Ackles, who plays Dean in Supernatural. Ackles made his big break starring in the soap opera Days of Our Lives, along with Smallville and My Bloody Valentine 3D.
Step aside Superman, Supergirl is back to save the day!
Melissa Benoist will be in Vancouver to film season 3 of the hit show Supergirl. Benoist has made appearances in Glee, Homeland, The Good Wife and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Stephen Amell will be back in town this July to film the sixth season of Arrow. Born in Toronto, the Canadian actor has also made appearances in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash, along with Queer as Folk and New Girl to name a few.