Kate Beckinsale vamps in Vancouver after buying designer clothes in Beverly Hills

Kate Beckinsale vamping

Kate Beckinsale plays Selene, a drop dead beautiful vampire with a vendetta against werewolves.  Underworld 4 with  Beckinsale began filming here yesterday and will continue through early June. Producers are UW4 Film Production Inc.

Beckinsale has a cool new wardrobe apparently. She was seen shopping in Beverly Hills by Mail Online (above) only two days before the shooting was to begin.

Retail therapy: Kate Beckinsale contemplates splurging on a designer trench coat during a shopping spree in Beverly Hills yesterday


Ansiedad, staring Eva Mendes (below), will be filming March 14 to April 13.  Ansiedad mean anxiety. 

Yup.  Alvin and the Chipmunks are on location in the city as well for their new film,  Chipwrecked.

 Jason Lee, David Cross, and Jenny Slate star in the film, produced by TCF Vancouver Productions Ltd. 


Eric McCormick (below) will be in the movie Barricade,   set to be shot from March 14 to April 16.

Television shoots in Vancouver this month:

Chaos, Fringe, Hellcats, The Killing, Smallville, Supernatural, and Mr. Young.

Lucas Grabeel (below) as Connor in SMALLVILLE"Scion" -- Lucas Grabeel as Connor in SMALLVILLE, on The CW Network.  Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW  ©2011 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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