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It was a gruelling weekend temperature-wise in Toronto but these lucky stars escaped the humidity, appearing at San Diego Comic-Con! Like all good things, the fun must come to an end and they returned back to the City to continue work on their respective projects.
Amazon Prime‘s THE BOYS comes out of Comic-Con with a lot of buzz and while the first season still hasn’t premiered on the streaming service, it already has been green-lit for a second season in Toronto. Production already began in June and wraps this November. We spotted several of its stars including Chace Crawford, Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Tomer Capon and Nathan Mitchell. The Series premieres July 26, 2019.
Wynonna Earp‘s Kat Barrell also was spotted returning back to Toronto, along with Star Trek: Discovery’s lead actress, Sonequa Martin-Green. The Series wraps production February 2020.
Rachael Harris, who has had turns on New Girl and The Good Wife, returns to Toronto to work on the ninth and final season of SUITS. Filming wraps late August.
Also seen was Mad Men‘s John Slattery, who is in-town filming F/X Mini-Series Mrs. America, directed by and starring Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett. It wraps in November.
It was a massively star-studded weekend at San Diego Comic Con but all good things must come to an end as several stars were spotted back in Toronto to continue work on their respective projects. Stars are just like us basically!
Among the titles to get a push at the fan extravaganza that are made here in Toronto are Star Trek: Discovery, Salvation and The Expanse. Meanwhile, reshoots for Sony Pictures‘ upcoming reboot of 1990’s Flatliners begin also this week, meaning the City once again is full of starpower! We also saw a couple more surprise stars!
See some of the names in town for work.
Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Milk)
James Norton (Belle, Black Mirror)
Ian Anthony Dale (Hawaii Five-O, The Hangover)
Santiago Cabrera (Big Little Lies, Transformers: The Last Knight)
Charlie Rowe (Never Let Me Go, The Golden Compass)
Steven Strait (Revenge, Magic City)
Frankie Adams (Shortland Street)
STAR TREK: DISCOVERY:
Sonequa Martin-Green (The Walking Dead, Once Upon a Time)
Shazad Latif (Penny Dreadful, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel)
Others spotted in the City:
Emily Haines (Metric) back in town to begin promotion on her new Solo Disc Choir of the Mind
Asha Bromfield (Riverdale)in Toronto to celebrate Caribana