A popular TV show filmed in Vancouver this week and locals shared pictures and videos on social media.
The Flash, a Warner Brothers TV show, filmed in Robson Square and actors donned superhero costumes in the sunshine.
Previously, the show filmed its 150th episode in Vancouver on Saturday (May 8). The Georgia Viaduct was closed for filming from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. and Vancouver Police were on scene to help with intermittent traffic control.
Now in its seventh season, The Flash is about a superhero who assumes his awesome powers after being struck by lightning. IMDb.com explains how the protagonist "Barry Allen wakes up from his coma to discover he's been given the power of super speed, becoming the next Flash, fighting crime in Central City."
The Flash is expected to continue filming by the Vancouver Art Gallery for the next couple of days.
Have a look at some of the videos and pictures Vancouverites shared of the film set.
One more clip with #DaniellePanabaker as #KillerFrost prepping in the set of #TheFlash over at Robson Square. DAT HAIRFLIP!!! 😍 *faints* ☺ @yvrshoots @WhatsFilming @ThemysciraBound pic.twitter.com/aya84vTONc— Frederick Vinas (@Frederick_Vinas) May 12, 2021
Some more pic.twitter.com/TndwgUq1zc— Ashton Allen (@kriptogaming1) May 12, 2021
Jim Carrey gives car to crew member on Metro Vancouver film set
One very lucky grip on a Metro Vancouver film set walked away with a sweet prize after winning a raffle at work.
Popular actor Jim Carrey has been spotted filming Sonic the Hedgehog 2 in the Lower Mainland over the past few weeks in Fort Langley and Cloverdale.
According to TMZ, the Canada-born actor wanted to show his appreciation to the crew of the local film crew by giving away a brand new car: a Chevy Blazer RS. The winner, who works as a grip, was reportedly announced Friday.
Fans of Carrey also spotted the Hollywood heavyweight in Fort Langley performing a stunt scene a couple of weeks ago.