THIS BLOG POST IS FOR SUPERGIRL SEASON 4 EPISODE 1 AND MAY CONTAIN POSSIBLE SPOILERS FOR THE EPISODE.
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Earlier this month, the cast & crew shot scenes for season 4 episode 1 at the Vancouver Art Gallery (just across the street in fact from where they shot some of the season 3 finale).
As I stated in my earlier blog post here, I had more photos and another video (along with the 3 posted HERE ) from a different scene shot on that day.
This scene had Melissa Benoist dressed as her non Supergirl character Kara Danvers. She was joined by Mehcad Brooks as Jimmy Olsen. The pair were shooting a scene where they were at a press conference for ... someone? It is believed that it was supposed to be for President Olivia Marsdin (played by former Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carder), but all they had was a different woman dressed similar to her up on the stage all day. Perhaps they will shoot a different angle of it in studio when Lynda can be there? But it seemed off that Kara and other reporters were asking this random person questions while she stood at a POTUS stand.
Kara comes running up from a news truck, hands James a bottle of vodka, and proceeds to ask questions to the person there. Not much else happened in the scene, there was no superhero moments. They eventually wrapped that scene, and had Melissa leave for a wardrobe change for the scene that was from that last blog post linked above.
Enjoy the photos below, and the video below that.
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Supergirl season 4 premiere is October 14th, 2018 on The CW
THIS BLOG POST CONTAINS POSSIBLE SPOILERS TO EPISODE 201 OF "SUPERGIRL".
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The recently re-assigned to The CW network DC Comics hit Supergirl filmed scenes for their season 2 premiere in downtown Vancouver yesterday.
Before I get started on the details..... as I do with all new fan bases that come to this site. A quick run down on photo/article using etiquette.
To the right of this article you should see my "Photo Permissions" section. You can use photos posted here.... long as you follow these rules. IGNORANCE is not a defense for not following them. If you dont follow them, I will absolutely take the appropriate actions against you, regardless how "naive", "stupid", "young" or " bad your English is". These arent excuses. you will learn there are several regular set photographers in Vancouver, including 4 paparazzi, 3 set bloggers (including myself) and a handful of smaller "fan bloggers". Each & every one of us has different standards for how we expect you to credit/use/pay for the materials. I STRONGLY suggest you LEARN each of their preferences before you ever post ANYONES materials, and DO NOT assume just because 1 person is ok with a specific standard that everyone is the same. you will find some far far far less tolerant than myself about using photos posted, you will also find a couple more tolerant I am sure. If you are not sure of the users expectations ASK BEFORE YOU POST. I consider myself kind of lenient, and I sent out just under 150 DMCA takedown notices last year between twitter, tumblr, facebook, youtube & pinterest. So be aware of each users preferences, they vary greatly & if you annoy the wrong one, you might end up with a LOT more financial/legal trouble than just a DMCA notice. Lastly, NO ONE, including me thinks its acceptable for you to post EVERY photo from a set, even with proper credits/sources posted. An acceptable number is 1-5 to most people. More than that, and most people feel you arent giving viewers any incentive to check out the originating source material. Okay....with that out of the way..... Welcome Supergirl fans to my 1st blog post on the show.
The day started with a scene that consisted of no actors as a stunt scene was done with falling debris that was buring and a Cop car skidding to a stop before crashing into the debris. Once they wrapped this scene, they moved a couple hundred feet down the street to the main course of the day for fans to take in.
The day focused almost entirely on the shows newest, and most hyped about addition to the second seasons cast, Tyler Hoechlin who will take on the role of the iconic Superman character for a guest/recurring role.
The first scene that Tyler was on set for saw the new Man Of Steel come to the rescue of a family by sheltering them with his body & his cape, before quickly taking off right after. Part of the scene, as I heard the director explaining it to extras/cast was Superman destroying a drone with his heat vision & this was played out a bit later as a crew member had to stand up on a ladder and toss flaming broken drone debris to the ground.
After those scenes, they did a very quick rehearsal in an alley near there for a later scene, then broke for lunch.
After the lunch break, I managed to run into the shows lead, Melissa Benoist, as she showed up for a very short scene she did inside the Canada Post building. This was the only sighting of her anyone in the public had of her all day. She was gone shortly after.
Upon returning from the lunch break the crew outside had moved to the front of the Canada Post building. There, a scene with Mehcad Brooks (aka - James Olson) and Tyler (aka - Clark Kent) took place. The pair casually walked down the street chatting as a mugger behind them stole a purse from a woman and attempted to take off with it before a well timed elbow from Clark lays the would be thief out on the pavement and allows the woman to retrieve her purse. The pair dont even break stride & just continue on their walk.
After that scene, the pair came over to the crowd of 15-20 fans & stopped to take photos & sign a few autographs. There I happened to get my 1st Tyler Hoechlin autograph on my freshly printed Superman photo that I had just taken myself a couple hours earlier. To the best of my knowledge, this is the 1st Superman photo he could have signed, since the promo only came out the day before & no one I know of had got it done yet.
After that scene, they moved back to the street they used before the lunch break to film what seemed like the same scene as the 1 they just did, just from a different "angle".
A little while later the crew moved to the alley they did the quick rehearsal in earlier in the day.
There they filmed a scene with just Tyler. There we find Clark Kent running down an alley ripping open his shirt & exposing his Superman outfit underneath.
After that scene, they moved back to the Canada Post building where they filmed a couple more scenes, 1 of Clark standing in front of a Daily Planet newspaper kiosk, and another where Clark is walking along a walk way seemingly stopping to phone someone before continuing on with his walk.
After the scenes wrapped, the few fans still around managed to get Tyler to stop quickly for an autograph & a couple photos with.
My first impression of the crew for the show. A mixed bag. There were some very knowledgeable, and friendly crew who understood this is Canada & you cant tell people they cant do things on public property. However, there was some, I'm assuming they were shipped in from the U.S., because I have never encountered so many of them on a set, who were under the impression they CAN tell people what to do on public property, and did so repeatedly. These people will probably either fall in line sooner or later, or will find themselves unemployed. The crew members who were GOOD, were quite good. Quite professional. But they had more than their fair share of over steppers.
Supergirl will have their season 2 Premiere on The CW this year (moving from CBS) on October 10, 2016
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