Between megastar actors and superstar singers, Vancouver is pretty starstruck this month.
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled – you never know who you might see walking down Granville Street! And don’t forget to take a snap for the Vancouver Public Library!
Here are 23 famous faces you might be able to spot in Vancouver this month:
A-list actress Helen Hunt arrived in Vancouver this week, to film Live Like Line, the tale of a high school volleyball team hit by the death of their star Caroline ‘Line’ Found.
Daily Hive captured some great pictures of Helen Hunt arriving at Vancouver airport, with her dog in tow too.
Nicole Kidman’s husband – and country music megastar – is in Vancouver this month to play a concert at Rogers Arena. No word on whether Kidman will be joining him…
Mad Max megastar Charlize Theron is in Vancouver this month to film Tully, which reunites her with Young Adult writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman.
Theron plays Marlo, a mother of three, who is gifted a night nanny by her brother and forms a unique bond with the surprising and sometimes challenging young nanny.
Actress and singer Juliette Lewis, of Natural Born Killers and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape fame, is making a Vancouver stop on her current tour when she plays at Venue in September.
Hollywood megastar Julia Roberts is in Vancouver to shoot new drama Wonder, in which she plays the mother of a boy born with a facial deformity.
It also looks like she may have been trying some Stand Up Paddleboarding while she’s been in town…
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Jacob Tremblay is a Vancouver local, but the young actor is also here filming Wonder alongside Julia Roberts, he plays her son.
And at the end of the day, it seems, Jacob Tremblay has a good old sing-along to Bon Jovi of course.
Owen Wilson has also been spotted in Vancouver – he is set to play Jacob Tremblay’s father in Wonder.
It looks like the Zoolander star has already been enjoying some of Vancouver’s nightlife.
I'M IN THE SAME BAR AS OWEN WILSON AND THE LADIES ARE DYING 😂 pic.twitter.com/PBs8CPc8SY
— JoshuaJamesNoel (@SimplyJosh) August 22, 2016
Kele Okereke, Russell Lissack, Justin Harris, Matt Tong, Gordon Moakes will be in Vancouver too, touring Bloc Party’s fifth album Hymns at the Commodore Ballroom.
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The star of Arrow, Stephen Amell, will also be in Vancouver in September, as filming of the hit TV show continues.
As a treat for fans, in the last few days, he posted this video of him doing a one-armed plank in a Vancouver park, next to the seawall.
Canadian rapper Drake is bringing some hotline bling to Vancouver this September, not only playing Rogers Arena, but hosting a ticketed Drake afterparty following the show.
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Another TV star hanging around Vancouver right now is Brandon Routh, who’s continuing to film his part as The Atom in Legends of Tomorrow.
A few days ago, Routh shared a video of his son Leo racing down a Vancouver street against Grant Gustin, who’s in town filming The Flash.
When your dad is #Superman & #TheAtom, but you heart #TheFlash…😜 HUGE props to the crazy talented and genuinely kind @grantgust for being such a great sport! #Repost @grantgust ・・・ Epic shoot day on location. @kimiles shot what will be 2 amazing sequences. The high point for me was losing to Leo. He did get a slight head start though. And I think my leg cramped up a little. Also I think I had the wrong boots on.
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Country legend Dolly Parton will dazzle Vancouver this September with a show full of songs and stories from her six decade-long career.
Former Dharma & Greg star, Jenna Elfman, is in Vancouver filming a new TV show, Imaginary Mary, the story of a workaholic whose imaginary childhood friend comes back to join her as an adult.
Last week, she took a trip to Capilano Suspension Bridge and posted this Instagram video of her trip.
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Icelandic rockers, Jón Þór “Jonsi” Birgisson, Georg Hólm, Orri Páll Dýrason (we dare you to try to shout their names when you see them in the street!), are in Vancouver this month, to promote Kevikur, their first album without band founder Kjartan Sveinsson.
Tyler Hoechin’s Superman is the latest addition to Supergirl since the show moved production to Vancouver. Daily Hive got some great shots of him filming in town.
Oscar-nominated actress Vera Farmiga will likely be in Vancouver in September to film TV show, Bates Motel, in which she plays overly protective mother Norma Bates.
Surprisingly, superstar Rihanna may well join Farmiga in Vancouver, for a one-episode role in Bates Motel, playing Marion Crane.
Crane was the character killed off in the book and Alfred Hitchcock’s film version of Psycho, to which the TV show acts as a prequel.
Since this is the final season of Bates Motel, speculation is rife over exactly how much we will see of Rihanna – and whether we will see her meet her comeuppance.