Jaimie Alexander is in talks to return to the Marvel Cinematic as the fan favorite Asgardian warrior Sif in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” and may also make an appearance on the upcoming “Loki” Disney+ series, according to an individual with knowledge of the project.Alexander appeared as Sif, one of Thor’s closest friends who, it’s implied, carries a torch for him, in 2011’s “Thor” and 2013’s “Thor: The Dark World.” She didn’t appear in “Thor: Ragnarok” due to scheduling conflicts with her NBC show “Blindspot.”Of course, the plot of “Love and Thunder” and Sif’s role in it are still under wraps, but we have an idea of what might happen. Bear with us for a second as we explains.Also Read: 'Loki' TV Series to Premiere Next May on Disney+ - Here's Your First Look (Video)Recall that in “Avengers: Endgame,” after the Avengers fail to undo The Snap and the story skips ahead 5 years, we learn that Thor (Chris Hemsworth) became consumed by depression and largely ignored his duties as the king of New Asgard. By the end he figured things out a bit and abdicated, handing the kingdom over to Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) who was pretty much already running things in New Asgard anyway. Then Thor left Earth on a journey to parts unknown with the Guardians of the Galaxy.Meanwhile it’s probably at least somewhat relevant that during the announcement of “Love and Thunder” at Comic-Con 2019, Thompson provided a crucial detail about Valkyrie’s story. “First of all, as a new king, she needs to find her queen. So that will be the first order of business,” she told fans in Hall H.Point being, we think Lady Sif would make a pretty good Queen of Asgard.Also Read: Here's Everything Disney Just Announced During Massive Investor Day PresentationAlexander joins Academy Award Winner Christian Bale in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” who as announced Thursday during Disney’s investor call will play the villain Gorr the God Butcher.“Thor: Ragnarok” director Taika Waititi is returning to helm “Love and Thunder” and co-wrote the script with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. “Thor: Love and Thunder” will open May 6, 2022.Marvel had no comment.Alexander most recently starred as the lead on NBC’s “Blindspot,” which ran for five seasons.Jaimie Alexander is repped by UTA, Atlas Artists and Ginsburg Daniels Kallis.Deadline first reported the news.Read original story Jaimie Alexander to Return as Sif in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ At TheWrap
The "Blindpot" star wants him back on AMC, saying that "with the personal knowledge I have regarding this situation I am choosing to follow my heart, my instincts, and support my friend."
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What is going on with Reade? On last week’s Blindspot, he was knocked unconscious by a shadowy assailant after discovering someone driving Carter’s car away the night of his disappearance. That smoking gun in the hands of a friend is a thousand times more dangerous to Jane than in the hands of an enemy. So why is Reade now saying that it was nothing?
A tattooed naked woman in bag left in the middle of Times Square: It’s a hell of a way for NBC’s new series Blindspot to debut. While we don’t yet know why Jane’s tattoos are on her body, we do know the information contained within them and that they were her idea. Here’s a list of everything we know so far, so be warned: There are spoilers for all of the first ten episodes of the series. Use it to catch up or refresh your memory for the show’s midseason premiere.
Nearly one year after getting engaged, Jaimie Alexander and Peter Facinelli are going their separate ways. "Due to conflicting family and work commitments on opposite coasts, and after much consideration, Peter and Jaimie have chosen to part ways amicably and remain good friends," their reps tell PEOPLE exclusively. The Supergirl actor, 42, and the Blindspot actress, 31, were first linked in November 2012 eight months after Facinelli split with wife Jennie Garth. The duo last stepped out publicly at the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards in January.
By Joe Otterson NBC has ordered an additional nine episodes of freshman action-drama “Blindspot,” TheWrap has learned. The show has been the number one-rated new series in the advertiser coveted adults 18-49 demographic, averaging a 2.7 rating, 9 share and 9.6 million viewers overall. The series follows a Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) with no memories of her past who’s found naked in Times Square with her body fully covered in intricate tattoos. Also Read: ‘Blindspot,’ 'Scream Queens,’ 'Muppets’: See New Fall TV Shows’ Delayed-Viewing Rankings for Premiere Week Her discovery sets off a vast and complex mystery that immediately ignites the attention of the FBI, who begin to follow the road map on her body to reveal a larger conspiracy of crime while bringing her closer to discovering the truth about her identity.
I’m saying that Blindspot is the fall TV season’s first network must-watch show, because I want you to at least check out the pilot episode tonight to decide whether you’re in or you’re out: It’s a show that people are going to have strong opinions about, and you’ll want to make up your own mind. Curiosity-factor and feminism-test: It’s an unbeatable combo. Jaimie Alexander stars as nobody — that is, as “Jane Doe,” a woman who can’t remember her name, who wakes to find herself zipped up in a duffel bag in New York’s Times Square, naked and freshly tattooed. If she could look at her own back, this Jane Doe might think her real name is “Kurt Weller,” but nope, that’s the name of the FBI agent who’s immediately called into this case as soon as Jane is found by police. Jane Doe and Kurt Weller knock one tattoo-crime off the list (and by “list” I mean “her body”) in the opening episode, and I have this image of Weller spinning Jane around like a naked globe and stopping her by jabbing a finger at another part of her body each week, saying, “Okay, that’s the one we’ll solve next!” What keeps the first episode from slipping into absurdity is the commitment to action displayed by star Alexander and creators Martin Gero and Greg Berlanti.