FIRST WEEK: THE 100, SUPERNATURAL, ONCE UPON A TIME, ARROW & THE FLASH

The 100 started filming its second season Monday, July 7th, and by week’s end had  headed to the North Vancouver woods.

Supernatural season ten filming got underway in studio on Tuesday, July 8th, with Jensen Ackles directing the first filmed episode (third episode) while crew finished construction of a gas station at a dog park in Delta. Fans showed up in droves in Delta on Thursday and Friday and crew shifted them around to keep shooting under wraps.

 

Once Upon a Time season four began with its Frozen arc in studio on Wednesday, July 9th, with reindeer and snowballs on set. By Friday, new cast member Georgina Haig was on location in costume as Queen Elsa in North Vancouver’s Greenwood Park along with showrunners Adam Horowitz and Eddie Kitsis.

Arrow season three got underway in studio on Wednesday, July 9th, with episode 3×01 The Calm. Production moved on location on Thursday at the PNE with new cast member and former Superman Brandon Routh on set. On Friday, main cast showed up at BC Place and the Plaza of Nations roof with an alive-and-well Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne). Star Stephen Amell shared daily set photos on his facebook page.

 

The Flash season one started filming 1×02 Fastest Man Alive inside the Pharmaceutical Building at the University of British Columbia with Grant Gustin and Candace Patton on set and news that Robbie Amell cast as Firestorm.

 

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