Game Over, Man! From the Creators of Workaholics Starts Filming in Vancouver

Game Over, Man! stars Blake Anderson, Anders Holm and Adam Devine
Image via Adam Devine / @andybovine on Instagram

The creators of Workaholics have teamed up with Vancouver’s own Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg for a new Netflix action-comedy called Game Over, Man! The movie started filming in Vancouver this week. Check out the first teaser footage from the movie below.

Kyle Newacheck is directing Game Over, Man! which will feature his Workaholics co-stars Adam Devine, Blake Anderson and Anders Holm. Rogen and Goldberg’s Point Grey Pictures is executive producing alongside Scott Rudin Productions. Rogen & Goldberg are also working together on a TV pilot for FX called Singularity. Production of the pilot will also be taking place in Vancouver from May 8th to 17th.

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Holm wrote the script for Game Over, Man! from a story he conceptualized with Newacheck, Anderson and Devine. The plot of the movie hasn’t been revealed yet, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, it’s described as “Die Hard in a hotel”.

The group took in the last Canucks home game of the season on Saturday night vs. the Edmonton Oilers. Blake, who was proudly representing a Canucks hoodie, shared this photo via his Instagram:

Game Over, Man! officially kicked off production on Wednesday, with their signs “GOM” spotted near the former Safeway Warehouse near 11th Avenue and 16th Street in Burnaby; thanks @michelle_jung for spotting them! With studio space continuing to be a challenge, that warehouse has been a very popular spot for productions – including Prison Break, Legion and Supernatural.

Thank you as always to @lemon_buzz who first broke the news that Game Over, Man! would be coming to Vancouver to film!

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Update 5/8/2017: Netflix has released the first official teaser of Game Over, Man! via YouTube. Check it out here:

Game Over, Man! will continue filming in Vancouver and British Columbia until June 6th. If you spot Game Over, Man! filming, be sure to let us know by tweeting us (@WhatsFilming) or via our Submit a Location page.