DC’s Flashpoint rumoured to be shooting in Vancouver

It looks like Warner Bros. and DC Films’ upcoming Flashpoint movie could be headed to Canada.

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One of DC’s biggest upcoming films is rumoured to see filming in Canada.

Sources say that Warner Bros and DC Films’ Flashpoint could be taking place in Vancouver, British Columbia, according to Omega Underground.

While it’s been some time that a DC film has been shot in Vancouver, there’s a history of movies and shows that have taken place on the West Coast: Watchmen, Man of Steel, and the Flash TV series, to name a few.  READ MORE


DC’s Flashpoint Rumored to be Filming in Vancouver
It looks like Warner Bros. and DC Films’ upcoming Flashpoint movie could be headed to Canada.

According to Omega Underground, they’ve learned that the upcoming DC Comics-based film could be shooting in Vancouver, British Columbia. And while the information has yet to be confirmed, there’s precedent for Warner Bros. filming in the area.

Zack Snyder’s 2009 Watchmen film had scenes shot in Vancouver, while Man of Steel’s oil rig rescue was filmed near the city’s North Shore. And, of course, the current live-action Flash TV series films in the great Canadian west coast metropolis.  READ MORE


DC’s Flashpoint Movie May Be Headed to Canada
Flashpoint is reportedly set to film in Vancouver. Following several directorial changes with both Seth Grahame-Smith and Rick Famuyiwa attached to direct at one point, the movie finally locked in brand new helmers early this month with Spider-Man: Homecoming writers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley. Ezra Miller will reprise the titular character after his official debut in Justice League, with its narrative set to adapt one of the most iconic The Flash comics narrative of the same name.

The DCEU only has Aquaman coming out in 2018, but that doesn’t mean Warner Bros. isn’t working on their superhero franchise. In the last several weeks, DC Films has gone through personnel changes with IT‘s Walter Hamada named new president of production, while Chantal Nong is the new vice president of production. READ MORE

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