In the past decade or so, Montreal has been a go-to location to film movies.\nThe beauty of the city can be used and transformed in so many ways, which is one of the reasons why so much is always being shot here.\nYou may or may not have noticed an influx in celebrity sightings recently. Most of those sightings have been due to the Just For Laughs Festival while other spottings can only be traced back to new production projects in our city.\nCurrently, there are three big movies being filmed all around our lovely little Island, so keep your eyes open!\nFatherhood\nWhen: Now Until August 16, 2019\nView this post on Instagram Words can't explain how excited I am about this movie "Fatherhood" people....This movie is going to be special...mark my words!!!!! #Fatherhood A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) on Jul 15, 2019 at 11:39am PDT\nAs many of you know, Kevin Hart has been in Montreal for quite some time.\nThe actor has been filming his latest movie titled Fatherhood, which will see him take on a more serious role.\nThe movie is about a single father raising his daughter after his wife suddenly passes away the day after childbirth.\nThe film, directed by the talented Paul Weitz, perhaps best known for the film About A Boy, is likely to be released sometime in 2020.\nHart has been spotted in Monkland Village and possibly Côte-des-Neiges.\nIn an Instagram post featuring a moment from the movie, Ecollegey in Monkland is clearly visible in the background.\nView this post on Instagram #SetLife #FatherHood A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) on Jul 2, 2019 at 5:44pm PDT\nGoogle Maps\nThis past weekend, Hart took a break from filming to go to La Ronde with his family.\nView this post on Instagram #Harts A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) on Jul 28, 2019 at 7:14am PDT\nSpinning Gold\nWhen: From Now Until September 20, 2019\nView this post on Instagram Put the needle on the record. #spinninggoldmovie A post shared by Spinning Gold (@spinninggoldmovie) on Jul 15, 2019 at 3:13pm PDT\nSpinning Gold is a biographical film written and directed by Timothy Scott Bogart. The film is based on the life of Timothy’s father, the legendary Neil Bogart.\nFor those of you who don’t know, Neil Bogart was an American record executive who is most remembered as the founder of Casablanca Records, which later became Casablanca Records and Filmworks.\nBogarts life was cut short when he passed away at 39, so the film is sure to be somewhat of a tear jerker.\nThe film is jam packed with talented actors like Samuel L. Jackson, Neil Patrick Harris, Jason Derulo and Kenan Thompson.\nFilming appears to be taking place in N.D.G. The neighbourhood was even transformed into 1950's Brooklyn for this project.\nThey're filming Spinning Gold - a Neil Bogart biopic 2 streets from me. Saw Neil Patrick Harris and these incredible sets!!! My neighborhood transformed into this incredible throwback. 😍💛 pic.twitter.com/gFUBDH3Vjy— Amanda Sting (@AmandaStingWCW) July 22, 2019\nHarris has also taken the time to do some exploring in Montreal. He recommends Sushi Park in Westmount.\nView this post on Instagram If you love sushi, get yourself to Sushi Park in Montreal. The pictures do little justice (except for the shot of Chef Park and me, hello handsomes!), and yet editing them is making my mouth water in appreciation. I need to go back. #nextlevel @parkresto @chefantoniopark A post shared by Neil Patrick Harris (@nph) on Jul 23, 2019 at 1:37pm PDT\nIncendo, Rule of 3\nWhen: From Now Until August 9, 2019\nView this post on Instagram ☀️ A post shared by Kelly Rutherford (@kellyrutherford) on Jul 25, 2019 at 1:15pm PDT\nFor the next week of so, Incendo, Rule of 3 is filming throughout our beautiful and scorching hot streets.\nThe film, directed by Caroline Labreche and produced by Incendo president Jean Bureau, has been shooting all throughout Montreal this summer, a press release confirms.\nStarring Kelly Rutherford, who is known best for her role on Gossip Girl, the movie is about a woman who discovers her husband's secrets after he passes away in a car accident.\nThe film also stars Canadian actress Erin Karpluk, best known for her role on Being Erica as well as Kate Corbett from Good Witch.\nRutherford has been spotted in cafés on rue Crescent downtown. Keep your eyes open my fellow Montreal locals because on August 9th, they end shooting.\nLet us know if you have spotted them filming around you!