VancouverFilm.Net - "The Now", "Batwoman", "Resident Alien"

From VancouverFilm.Net, here is the Vancouver Film Production Update for December 2019, including "The Now", "Batwoman", "Resident Alien" and a whole lot more:

Feature Film


Local Production Company: Gramercy Film productions Inc.

Feb 24/20 - Mar 06/20

Grackle Bird

Local Production Company: Grackle Bird Productions Ltd.

Director: Robert Schwentke

Producer: Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Erik Howsam

Oct 15/19 - Dec 06/19

Untitled Graham King Project

Local Production Company: Cold Hut Production Ulc.

Director: Nora Fingscheidt

Producer: Nan Morales, Graham King

Feb 03/20 - Apr 09/20

New Media Feature

Cats And Dogs 3

Local Production Company: Cats And Dogs Productions Ltd.

Director: Sean McNamara

Jan 13/20 - Feb 20/20

Christmas Chronicles 2

Local Production Company: Maple Syrup Productions Ulc.

Director: Chris Columbus

Producer: Mark Radclliffe

Oct 21/19 - Feb 01/20

Every Breath You Take

Local Production Company: Ebyt Productions Inc.

Director: Vaughn Stein

Producer: Kevin Leeson

Dec 05/19 - Jan 21/20

TV Movie

Blueprint To The Heart

Local Production Company: Rop Productions Inc.

Director: Jason
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New ‘God Friended Me’ Spoilers For Season 2, November 24, 2019 Episode 9 Revealed

Hey, "God Friended Me" fans. We've got some new spoiler scoops for you guys in this article. They are for next week's brand new episode 9 of this current second season. The lovely folks over at CBS recently served up a new press release that features a few teaser descriptions for episode 9. So, we will definitely be running those by you guys in this spoiler session right now. To get things started, the official title for episode 9 is called, "Prophet & Loss." It sounds like episode 9 will feature some very interesting, scandalous and possible dramatic scenes as Miles learns of a potential insider trading scheme! Miles gets in conflict with Cara and more! We'll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the insider trading scheme situation. It turns out that Miles is going to get the name of Cara's stepfather at some point in this episode. His name is Paul,
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Legacies Ep on Hope's Latest Sacrifice and Vardemus' Jaw-Dropping Reveal — Plus, Find Out Who's Visiting Freya

Legacies Ep on Hope's Latest Sacrifice and Vardemus' Jaw-Dropping Reveal — Plus, Find Out Who's Visiting Freya
Thursday’s Legacies revealed that someone at the Salvatore School is not who they appear to be — which is saying a lot, considering a good portion of the student body is made up of literal werewolves.

While Lizzie and Hope battled their way through an alternate reality based on the hits of the 1980s (killing a minotaur in the process!), their fellow classmates navigated a different type of battlefield at the Salvatore School’s ’80s decade dance. Most notably, Josie and Landon almost had sex for the first time, though Josie pumped the brakes when she discovered a song Landon
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Angela Bassett on Returning to ‘American Horror Story’ Behind the Camera and Starring on ‘9-1-1’ (Exclusive)

Angela Bassett on Returning to ‘American Horror Story’ Behind the Camera and Starring on ‘9-1-1’ (Exclusive)
After four seasons in front of the camera as one of the recurring stars of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story, Angela Bassett has returned to the series -- only this time as director of the ninth episode (“Drink the Kool-Aid”) of Cult. And the actress tells Et that she was honored to helm her second episode of the anthology series, but happy that she had no idea it would be the coveted Halloween episode. “I wasn’t intimidated until last week,” says Bassett, who was pleased with her second opportunity to go behind the camera, adding that the success of the episode all started with the script. “It’s a script you can go buck wild with. I feel fortunate that I got a great script.”

On “Drink the Kool-Aid,” many storylines come to a head as Ally and Ivy (Sarah Paulson and Alison Pill, respectively) have an unexpected and deadly reunion, Oz’s ([link
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‘Ahs’ Director Barbara Brown on Billie Lourd’s Toughest Episode of ‘Cult’ (Exclusive)

‘Ahs’ Director Barbara Brown on Billie Lourd’s Toughest Episode of ‘Cult’ (Exclusive)
Warning: This article contains spoilers for the eighth episode of American Horror Story: Cult.

Cult, the seventh installment of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s anthology series, American Horror Story, continues to be one of the most creepy and chilling seasons yet as the story of an Ohio town falling under the guise and delusions of a psychopath after the fallout of the 2016 presidential election continues to unfold in unexpected ways. And episode eight (“Winter of Our Discontent”), directed by Barbara Brown, is no exception, when Kai’s (Evan Peters) female followers -- most notably, Beverly (Adina Porter) and Ivy (Alison Pill) -- become disillusioned by his leadership after they're forced to cook and serve his growing group of male supporters in a very Handmaid’s Tale-like setup. Later, Kai proposes that Samuels (Colton Haynes) impregnate Winter (Billie Lourd) with the messiah, resulting in a bizarre threesome and an attempted rape by Samuels as he tries to prove his
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American Horror Story - Cult episode 8 review: Winter Of Our Discontent

Ron Hogan Oct 25, 2017

Rick Springfield is the stand-out in the latest American Horror Story: Cult episode. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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7.8 Winter Of Our Discontent

Kai Anderson is rapidly losing his grip on his followers. More and more, it seems the cracks in his story are coming to life, and those cracks are going to cause him to trip and fall before the season is over. We've already seen his core group beginning to fracture and split apart, and with every dead original, the loose-knit collective gathered by Kai's personality further unravels. Of course, since Kai has a private security force at this point,
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Scream Queens

Scream Queens, Season 1, Episode 11, “Black Friday”

Written by Ian Brennan

Directed by Barbara Brown

Airs Tuesdays at 9pm (Et) on Fox

A table setting episode that actually works as a full episode without being boring, “Black Friday” sets up all of the last pieces of the puzzle before everything is locked into place and solved for good in next week’s two-hour season finale. Nobody dies, despite the Kappa’s best efforts to off Dean Munsch, but many of the remaining players are left with their backs up against the wall as the Red Devil prepares to finish off everyone still bleeding. Grace is without a house of sisters to protect her and a boyfriend who now admits he is a murderer, Chanel is without the assurances that every plan she comes up with will succeed, Pete is a lone wolf probably being targeted by his murder partner, and Dean
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Scream Queens, Ep. 1.07, “Beware of Young Girls”

Scream Queens, Season 1, Episode 7, “Beware of Young Girls

Written by Ryan Murphy

Directed by Barbara Brown

Airs Tuesdays at 9pm (Et) on Fox

The closing sequence of this episode is one of the best, if not outright so, things that Scream Queens has done thus far. From the decision to have Munsch completely admit to killing her husband, while dancing around with a glass of wine and a satisfied look on her face nonetheless, to the decision by the Chanels to go after suspected murderers Grace and Zayday and take the house back, more is accomplished in the last five minutes than in much of the rest of the season. The pan from Grace and Zayday entering the sorority house as a happy pair up to the shadows of the four Chanels’ heels and skirts, before shifting over to them standing on the staircase, is a great way to make
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McDaniel TCM Schedule Includes Her Biggest Personal Hits

Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in ‘Gone with the Wind’: TCM schedule on August 20, 2013 (photo: Vivien Leigh and Hattie McDaniel in ‘Gone with the Wind’) See previous post: “Hattie McDaniel: Oscar Winner Makes History.” 3:00 Am Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943). Director: David Butler. Cast: Joan Leslie, Dennis Morgan, Eddie Cantor, Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Errol Flynn, John Garfield, Ida Lupino, Ann Sheridan, Dinah Shore, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Alan Hale, George Tobias, Edward Everett Horton, S.Z. Sakall, Hattie McDaniel, Ruth Donnelly, Don Wilson, Spike Jones, Henry Armetta, Leah Baird, Willie Best, Monte Blue, James Burke, David Butler, Stanley Clements, William Desmond, Ralph Dunn, Frank Faylen, James Flavin, Creighton Hale, Sam Harris, Paul Harvey, Mark Hellinger, Brandon Hurst, Charles Irwin, Noble Johnson, Mike Mazurki, Fred Kelsey, Frank Mayo, Joyce Reynolds, Mary Treen, Doodles Weaver. Bw-127 mins. 5:15 Am Janie (1944). Director: Michael Curtiz. Cast: Joyce Reynolds, Robert Hutton,
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