7 Iconic Movies That We Had No Idea Were Filmed In Canada
On a film set, set decorators and the rest of the crew do such a good job at transforming a location that it's hard to imagine movies not taking place in the setting they were filmed. But most of the time, that is what happens. One city can act as four in the span of a couple of months. This phenomenon also includes Canadian cities. There are so many iconic movies that were filmed in Canada.
It's easy for directors to find what they're looking for here in Canada because our country is so diverse. We have cities, we have farmland, we have forests, and we even have mountains. Not to mention filming here is a lot cheaper for production! Here are 8 movies that were actually filmed in Canada.
Rating: 89% on Rotten Tomatoes
Titanic is probably one of the most remembered movies ever. If someone hasn't heard of Titanic they probably turn heads whenever they admit to it. It was also Leonardo Dicaprio's rise to fame! Who will ever forget that?
Guess what? Titanic was filmed in Canada. During the real sinking of the Titanic in 1912, the closest port was Halifax, Nova Scotia. While filming the movie they decided to film all their ocean scenes near the real iceberg that the Titanic crashed into.
Rating: 49% on Rotten Tomatoes
Twilight was another iconic movie for a different generation. Millenials gobbled up the romance between vampire Edward Cullen and smalltown girl Bella Swan. Canadian fans of the movie series will be happy to know that the last 3 movies were filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Rating: 40% on Rotten Tomatoes
Who isn't an Adam Sandler fan? If you've been a fan of the comedian since the beginning of his career, Billy Madison is definitely one of your favorites. It's arguably one of his best movies and it was filmed in Toronto!
Rating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes
Mean Girls literally supplied a whole generation with memes and references that the world will never forget. It also stars Lindsey Lohan so that in itself is iconic. The best movie of the 2000s was filmed right here in Toronto, Canada!
Rating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes
The remake of It and It Chapter 2 that will be released later this year is one of the scariest movies that have come out in recent years. It's hard to make a good horror movie these days. Maybe this saga turned out so good because it was filmed here in Canada! Oshawa, right outside of Toronto to be exact!
Rating: 87% on Rotten Tomatoes
Leonardo Dicaprio strikes again with another Canadian filmed movie! Inception blew our minds time and time again during the movies 2-hour run! Calgary's snowy mountains were used to film the cabin scene that acted as the movies deepest dream level!
Rating: 15% Rotten Tomatoes
A White Chicks sequel is in the works and there's a possibility it'll be filmed in Canada. Why? Because the iconic first part was filmed here. Every scene was filmed in British Columbia. Yep! Even the Hamptons.