Runs: Feb 19 – 21, 2022
Fan Expo Vancouver will soon be upon us, and although there’s been adjustment to the guest lineup, this BC Family Day long weekend ought to be good. We’re going to see the two generations of superheroics get together! Not only are the cast of Superman and Lois here–Tyler Hoechlin (Clark Kent), Bitsie Tulloch (Lois Lane) and Ian Bohen (Mitch Anderson) will be with Jordan Elsass (Jonathan Kent) and Alexander Garfin (Jordan Kent)–but also we have a Smallville reunion of sorts! Tom Welling and Erica Durance are together again!
The latest health guidelines announced earlier this week revealed great news for those concerned. This show can run at full capacity. All that’s required for attendees is to show their vaccine card and wear face covering. Con crud can still be passed along, and that’s not an enjoyable sickness to go through.
The following lists in how to make the most of this show and what Terminal City offers comes from past guides. This includes an updated list of dining options for those wondering what to do in the city.
- A Foodie’s Guide to Fan Expo Vancouver
- Mask On or Mask Off? A Guide to Staying Safe at Conventions
- Surviving Fan Expo Vancouver and Beyond
Also included is a quick look at events taking place in the city:
- Granville Island Kids Market. This three-level mall offers a lot of activities made for youths, and they include an expansive arcade, virtual games, toy shops and bookstores!
- The Richmond Children’s Arts Festival runs Monday, February 21 where young ones can learn how to paint and draw. They’ll get to craft a handmade storybook to take home.
Notable movies making their debut include:
- Uncharted – This film is based on the videogame of the same name is sure to be Spider-rific.
- Dog – Buddy comedies with a canine as part of the team can make for some rowfing good times as two men have to deal with their past before accepting their future.
- Too Cool to Kill (China) – Hot in the heels of its success post-Chinese New Year, this gangster comedy has a lot to like, especially for its meta discourse about why the Golden Age of Hollywood is loved world-wide.