Ian Edwards

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Coreys get Lost again

The 20th anniversary of the popular 1987 vampire movie The Lost Boys is being celebrated with a sequel, Lost Boys 2: The Tribe, which shot last month in Squamish and Richmond, outside of Vancouver.

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Insight goes Greek

Among the many adventures of Odysseus in Homer’s The Odyssey, The Isle of Mists ranks as one of the scariest, according to the author himself.

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Aliens in Hollywood North

U.S. net The CW has commissioned the first 13 episodes of fish-out-of-the-subcontinent series Aliens in America, a comedy about a Pakistani teen who moves in with a white-bread Wisconsin family. Produced by CBS Paramount Network Television and Warner Bros. Television, the program went to camera in Vancouver on July 30 with a wrap date of Oct. 25.

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Coreys get Lost again

Coreys Feldman and Haim will play supporting roles in the B.C.-shot sequel to The Lost Boys, and might just bump the would-be DVD into theaters on the strength of their A&E hit

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Insight goes Greek

The busy Vancouver prodco redoes Maple Ridge as ancient Greece for the cable movie Odysseus and the Isle of Mists, airing this winter on Sci Fi

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Aliens in Hollywood North

The CW fish-out-of-the-subcontinent comedy series Aliens in America, with echoes of Little Mosque on the Prairie, shoots in Vancouver through October

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Geminis trump Corner Gas at Leo Awards

VANCOUVER: It might be a little after-the-fact buttering up, but judges handed the best music, comedy or variety program Leo to the 21st Annual Gemini Awards, which was broadcast from Vancouver Nov. 4, 2006, the first time the event has been hosted outside of Toronto.

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Johnson cast as Flash

A converted 30,000-plus-square-foot production space in Aldergrove, BC makes its television debut this month, hosting the 21st century update of the campy sci-fi classic Flash Gordon.

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O’Toole enters Cottage

Before Peter O’Toole tackles the building of Canada’s railway in CBC’s Iron Road, he will star as the ‘aging mentor’ in the Lionsgate Entertainment feature Christmas Cottage.

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Mainland hits the Road

The hardscrabble life of Chinese immigrants recruited to work on the Canadian Pacific Railway in the late 1880s is the backdrop for CBC’s period love story Iron Road.

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Storm blows through B.C.

Vancouver-based Front Street Productions (We Don’t Live Here Anymore) has wrapped its $3-million shoot of Anna’s Storm, an action-drama MOW about a meteor strike in small-town Colorado. The action-drama shot last month in the suburbs outside Vancouver – taking advantage of the regional tax credit and grabbing headlines when it blew up some empty storefronts and cars in nearby Abbotsford.

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Tin Man mini set for Vancouver

VANCOUVER: The makers of Legend of Earthsea and Snow Queen are returning to British Columbia for another imaginative long-form project – and go to camera later this month with the $19-million miniseries Tin Man.