6 Celebs You Can Spot Filming Around Toronto This Summer

Keep your eyes peeled for your favourite characters!

Toronto Staff Writer
6 Celebs You Can Spot Filming Around Toronto This Summer

If you're wandering the 6ix this summer, keep your eyes peeled for some of your favourite characters.

A bunch of A-list celebrities will be filming in Toronto throughout the season as the city continues to grow its reputation as Hollywood North.

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Zac Efron

Zac Efron will be in Hamilton this summer to begin work on his new movie Firestarter.

The movie, which is based on a Stephen King novel, is expected to film between May 25 and July 21, 2021.

Jason Momoa

Jason Momoa will have his hands full this summer working on both the second season of See and his new movie Slumberland, both of which film in Toronto.

The latter of which sees him playing a half-man, half-beast until June.

Karl Urban

Karl Urban has returned to the 6ix once again to reprise his role as Billy Butcher in the hit Amazon Prime show The Boys.

Judging by the latest on-set photos, the cast has already started to transform the streets of the 6ix for their newest season.

Elliot Page

It has already been a monumental year for Elliot Page, but the actor appears to be jumping right back into work as another season of Umbrella Academy begins filming in Toronto.

Listed under the fake name of "Chroma," the show is expected to film in Toronto until August.

Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis is set to star in an adaption of Jessica Knoll's best-selling novel Luckiest Girl Alive.

The film is set to start filming in June and lasts until July.

Darby Stanchfield

Fans of Locke and Key will be happy to know that the show will be returning for its third season this summer.

Keep your eyes peeled, because fans can expect to see some of their favourite cast members between May and September.

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