Fan Expo Vancouver
Update: Arrow’s Stephen Amell and Legends of Tomorrow’s Caity Lotz have cancelled their appearances. Catch The Flash and iZombie casts this weekend at Fan Expo… Read More »FAN EXPO: THE FLASH and iZOMBIE Casts at Fan Expo Vancouver This Weekend
Star Wars Cosplay. Harry Potter Cosplay with Draco himself aka Tom Felton. Wizard selfie game on point ⚡️ A photo posted by Tom Felton… Read More »FAN EXPO VAN: Big STAR WARS & HARRY POTTER Cosplays at Fan Expo Vancouver
FAN EXPO VAN: ARROW & THE FLASH’s Diggle, Malcolm Merlyn, Dinah Lance, Damien Darhk, Iris West, Harrison Wells & Julian Albert
It’s been an Arrowverse weekend at Fan Expo Vancouver but without the show leads — Arrow’s Stephen Amell didn’t return this year. The Flash’s Grant… Read More »FAN EXPO VAN: ARROW & THE FLASH’s Diggle, Malcolm Merlyn, Dinah Lance, Damien Darhk, Iris West, Harrison Wells & Julian Albert
How do you capture the wild and wonderful performance art that is John Barrowman? In still photographs and text? You can’t. He’s lewd. He’s crude.… Read More »FAN EXPO VANCOUVER: Celebrity Q&A with ARROW’s John Barrowman
Arrow’s Stephen Amell brought his wife Cassandra, daughter Mavi and Mom to his celebrity Q&A at Fan Expo Vancouver today, so no peeks at his… Read More »FAN EXPO VANCOUVER: Celebrity Q&A with ARROW’s Stephen Amell
Once Upon a Time’s Jennifer Morrison calls Vancouver a “home away from home”. She has been filming here since 1993 when she shot Intersection with… Read More »FAN EXPO VANCOUVER: Celebrity Q&A with ONCE UPON A TIME’s Jennifer Morrison
Photos by Sherie/@MartiniHoudini. Instagram by Sean Koo/http://instagram.com/scoobykoo. Video from The World Goes Pop. [sz-youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2X7h1FB_Hc” /] Arrow wrapped filming of its second season of non-stop-action… Read More »FAN EXPO: Stephen Amell & Manu Bennett Talk ARROW at FAN EXPO VANCOUVER
Published April 21, 2013 on Vancouver is Awesome
A year ago, Fan Expo Vancouver hosted the first panel for Vancouver-cop-from-the-future series Continuum. And what a year it’s been. Continuum debuted on Showcase as an out-of-the-box hit. Almost one million Canadians watched, making it 2012’s number one cable drama here. Since sold to more than fifty countries around the world. Canadian Screen Award, Writers Guild Canada and Saturn Award nominations racked up. A debut in January on Syfy in the U.S. which led to rave reviews from The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly TV critics. A second Continuum panel at Fan Expo Vancouver yesterday. And the premiere of a second season tonight on Showcase at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET. No wonder the cast and creator got giddy yesterday in Ballroom A at Canada Place.
Continuum is part sci fi, part police procedural about a future police officer Kiera Cameron (Rachel Nichols) who travels back in time from Vancouver in the year 2077 to Vancouver today, swept up in an escape by a group of terrorists — Liber8 — who plan to change the future from the past by targeting the corporations that will come to rule the world. Cameron ends up being partnered with Vancouver police detective Carlos Fonnegra (Victor Webster) and tasked with bringing down Liber8, with the unexpected help of teen tech genius Alec Sandler (Erik Knudsen), a boy who will grow up to become the head of mega-corp SadTech and seemingly the man responsible for sending Kiera and Liber8 back in time in the first place.