Tag Archives: Patrick Gilmore

STREAMING: Canadian Sci-Fi TRAVELERS With Eric McCormack on Netflix

Showcase and Netflix’s 12-episode new series Travelers starring Eric McCormack from writer/producer Brad Wright (Stargate SG1) is about people from the distant future who can project their consciousness back in time and into some unsuspecting person just before their recorded death. Not only do they take over the body, they assume the life using digital [...]

NEW SERIES: TRAVELERS Films At Vancouver’s Del Mar Hotel & Outside Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Patrick Gilmore in the window of the Del Mar Hotel. Reilly Dolman and an unmarked Seattle squad car outside the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Updated: Showcase and Netflix’s 12-episode new series Travelers starring Eric McCormack from writer/producer Brad Wright (Stargate SG1) is about people from the distant future who can project their consciousness back in time [...]

WEEK: March 3-9, 2014

Sunday, March 9th – Once Upon a Time 3×12 New York City Serenade airs on ABC and CTV. Hook (Colin O’ Donoghue) goes to New York to help Emma (Jennifer Morrison) regain her memories so she can help her fairy-tale friends and family. Christopher Gorham guest stars as Walsh and something wicked — flying monkey. #WickedisComing in the [...]

WEEK: February 24 – March 2, 2014

Sunday, March 2nd – Once Upon a Time countdown to next Sunday’s Spring premiere by Ginnifer Goodwin’s Instagram. Photos taken by Josh Dallas. Sunday, March 2nd – CW pilot The Flash starts filming at Scuie Italian cafe on Pender Street downtown. Candice Patton shares a photo from set. Sunday, March 2nd – Continuum showrunner Simon Barry [...]

WEEK: February 10-16, 2014

Sunday, February 16th – Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy author E. L. James’s book-signing at Chapters-Indigo in downtown Vancouver. Friday, February 14th – Once Upon a Time films Regina (Lana Parrilla), Wicked Witch of the West (Rebecca Mader), Emma (Jennifer Morrison), Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin), Charming (Josh Dallas) and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue) at Regina’s house in [...]

WEEK: January 13-19, 2014

Sunday, January 19th – Tomorrowland director Brad Bird lands in Paris for quick location scout now that the $200-million-plus Disney movie has wrapped in Vancouver. Sunday, January 19th – CBC’s Rick Mercer Report with Rick Mercer films in Squamish at West Coast Railways. Saturday, January 18th – Fringe binge on the one-year anniversary of the [...]

TIFF: Premiere of WORDS AND PICTURES with Clive Owen & Juliette Binoche

Words and Pictures premieres tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival with a gala presentation in Roy Thompson Hall. Stars Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche and director Fred Schepisi told ET Canada on the red carpet that they loved shooting the movie in Vancouver. Words and Pictures is about a private school English teacher and art [...]

WEEK: August 26 – September 1, 2013

Sunday, September 1st – Cedar Cove 1×08 Help Wanted airs on the W network. An ex-con Olivia (Andie MacDowell) sentenced comes to Cedar Cove to find work. When the harbour pergola catches fire he is blamed until Brendan Meyer’s character takes responsibility for it. Most of the episode filmed in Fort Langley and North Vancouver’s [...]

WEEK: June 24-30, 2013

Sunday, June 30th – The Killing 3×06 Eminent Domain airs on AMC – Linden (Mireille Enos) & Holder (Joel Kinnaman) talk to the victim who got away; Seward (Peter Sarsgaard) faces his past; Bullet (Bex Taylor Klaus) struggles with the truth while in “The Jungle”. Sunday, June 30th – Falling Skies 3×05 Search and Recover [...]

CINECOUP: ALIEN ABDUCTION, BAD & GRADE NINE in Film Accelerator’s Final Five

Update June 10, 2013 – Regina’s Wolf Cop won the $1-million in production financing and guaranteed release. After  three months of missions, CineCoup’s film accelerator has advanced three Vancouver teams — sci-fi comedy Alien Abduction, crime drama Bad and dramedy Grade Nine — one Edmonton team — sci-fi thriller The Uprising — and one Regina [...]

WEEK: May 27 – June 2, 2013

Sunday, June 2nd – Two-hour season 3 premiere of The Killing on AMC. A year after the Rosie Larsen case, Stephen Holder has cleaned up and buffed up to become Smolder (Joel Kinnaman after RoboCop role) and Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) has left the Seattle police force and learned how to smile, living and working on [...]