“Man of Steel” has wrapped up shooting in the City of Angels and now moves north of the border to Vancouver, B.C., for additional work.
Here’s the skinny, via CosmicBookNews:
“Autumn Frost [the nom de film for “Man of Steel”] will film in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island from early September through to the end of January 2012,” Rino Pace, locations manager for production company Third Act Productions Inc., wrote in a letter to Ucluelet council as reported by Globalnews.Ca.
Some details are offered up as to what scenes and where the shooting will take place:
“While in Ucluelet, filming will take place on land owned by a local First Nation and on a municipal street and the town will play the role of a small, Alaskan fishing village. Filming will also take place on the ocean and at an industrial dock.”
The letter goes on to say that the filmmakers are looking for “”older men and women with ‘character faces’ and some ‘commercial fishermen types.”
And a spokeswoman for the City of Vancouver has said that city officials are hearing filming could take place in the city of Vancouver.