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Superman flies through Delta

Filming for the third season of the series started last September
The house isn't real and neither is the tree. A local rural property is being used to create the Kent family home and farm for the Warner Brothers series Superman & Lois.

The Man of Steel made a return Ladner this week.

Filming of the TV series Superman & Lois took place this past Thursday (Jan. 26) at the North 40 Park Reserve on 72nd Street with a scene involving a fast-moving vehicle. The production also had a stunt rehearsal at the site during the day.

A farm on River Road West, east of Brunswick Point, is the permanent filming location of the fictional boyhood home of Clark Kent town of Smallville.

City council last year agreed that the city had no objection to an application for a non-farm use for filming to continue to take place at the farm, located within the Agricultural Land Reserve.

That film set includes temporary structures including a new farmhouse facade and grain silo as well as a new gravel driveway.

Now in its third season, the Warner Brothers produced series has been shot in several areas in Delta and the Lower Mainland.

The Warner Brothers series follows Clark Kent (played by Tyler Hoechlin) and his wife Lois Lane (played by Elizabeth Tulloch) who return to Smallville with their two teen children.

In the latest series news, actor Michael Cudlitz, who played Abraham Ford in AMC’s The Walking Dead, is cast as the villain Lex Luther.

The third season of Superman & Lois premiers on The CW Network on Tuesday, March 14.