10 Famous Movies You Didn't Know Were Filmed in Canada (11/22)
As the go-to destination for Tinseltown’s big budget productions, Canada has always been ready for its close-up. So add some extra butter to your popcorn, grab a front row seat, and see if you can guess some of Canada’s most cinematic travel locations.
Film fans can thank former Toronto mayor David Miller for bringing Marvel Comic’s Incredible Hulk to the city’s streets in 2007. A huge Hulk fan, Miller promised the movie’s producers that Toronto’s main thoroughfare - Yonge Street - could be closed for four nights of intense filming featuring explosives and overturned burning vehicles. Because of Miller’s willingness to accommodate the Hollywood production, many of Toronto’s sights star in the finished product including the University of Toronto, the financial district, the Eaton Centre, and Sam the Record Man’s spinning neon albums. (Photo courtesy of Flickr/Naveg)