STEPHEN KING MOVIE SHUTS DOWN VANCOUVER STREETS TO FILM GORY SCENES
The vibrant film industry in Vancouver means that the city’s streets are often transformed into movie sets and celebrity spottings aren’t uncommon when you’re out and about. This time, though, it was a little different. The filming of The Stand Stephen King TV series in Vancouver produced some absolutely horrifying scenes for anyone that happened upon the area. The filming took place on October 26 and 27, 2019 in Vancouver’s downtown on Seymour Street. READ MORE
CITY WARNS OF ‘GRAPHIC’ STEPHEN KING SHOOT IN DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER
Crew were filming a TV series based on a novel by Stephen King in Vancouver and the 400 block of Seymour was transformed into a post-apocalyptic hellscape.
The City of Vancouver posted about the shoot on Twitter, noting that the filming would take place on Saturday, Oct. 26 as well as Sunday, Oct. 27. It stated that the set would include, “Highly visible graphic content including dead bodies, trash and debris, shouting of coarse language and gunfire.” READ MORE
Garbage, newspapers on the streets. Check.
Hanging man in an alley. Check.
Event series Stephen King's #TheStand is filming in downtown Vancouver as New York City today & tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/XIPKWjx2Yy
— Hollywood North Buzz – YVRShoots (@yvrshoots) October 26, 2019
VANCOUVER RESIDENTS WARNED OF GRAPHIC STEPHEN KING MINISERIES STREET SCENES
A City of Vancouver warning became reality over the weekend as dummies made up to be dead and deformed bodies were seen in cars on the 400-block of Seymour Street.
On Saturday, the City of Vancouver warned residents on Twitter that “there will be filming taking place in downtown (400-block Seymour St.) which involves highly visible graphic content including dead bodies, trash & debris, shouting of course language & gunfire. Please do not be alarmed if you’re in the area.” READ MORE