15 movies and TV shows filming in Toronto in May
Ontario may be under a Stay-at-Home order for a little longer — but the show(s) must go on! While COVID-19 has put things on hold for a little while in Hollywood, some productions are up and running again in the Toronto area.
Here are 15 movies and TV shows filming in the city this May:
Slumberland is on location in Toronto this month and will wrap up filming in late May. The film stars Jason Momoa, who is quite the busy guy filming both Slumberland and the Apple TV series See in the city right now. This Netflix creation is said to be an adaptation of the animated movie Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland.
Christmas is coming early to Toronto this year with 8-Bit Christmas! This new feature film has been on location in the city since February and will be filming in town until the end of May. The Christmas flick will star none other than Neil Patrick Harris, alongside Steve Zahn, June Diane Raphael and child star Winslow Fegley. Set in the 1980s, the movie will follow a young boy who wants nothing more than this year’s hottest gift — a new video gaming system that may be hard to find.
Netflix’s Wedding Season is a new comedy movie that started filming in the GTA at the end of April and will continue into May. There haven’t been many details released just yet, but the movie is slated to be a romantic comedy that stars Suraj Sharma, Pallavi Shard, Sean Kleier and Toronto’s Rizwan Manji