Don’t miss the Blindspot season 2 premiere tonight on NBC. And if you can’t watch it live like me, make sure you avoid spoilers as the episode will reveal a lot (Jane’s real name!). Here’s a sneak peek for tonight’s episode:
Today, Marvel.com announced the new and returning actors for Thor: Ragnarok (article here). And I was disappointed but not really surprised to see that Jaimie was not part of that list… However, Jaimie tweeted something veryyy interesting a few minutes later. I really hope it means we will see her playing Lady Sif again !
Don't worry ;) …. https://t.co/LvbYNWmBNa
— Jaimie Alexander (@JaimieAlexander) 20 mai 2016
Jaimie Alexander is enjoying her free time by getting a pixie cut and now a new tatoo!
Did everyone watch Blindspot last night!! Such an amazing show! I had the honor of doing a real tattoo on @jaimiealexander while #jenn and B Paul kept us laughing way too much. Thanks everyone who watched the live feed of the tattoo during the commercials #gracelandbrooklyn #eastsideink #blindspot #jaimiealexander #scarab #coveruptattoo
Hi guys! Sorry for the lack of updates, I’ve been very busy lately but I’ll do my best to catch up! I’m starting with a bad news for every Lady Sif fans as Jaimie Alexander said during a Facebook Q&A that she had no idea if she will appear in Thor: Ragnarok.
Unlike the previous two Thor movies, Thor: Ragnarok will spend less time on Earth and broaden its scope to other areas of the Nine Realms. This, of course, includes Thor’s homeward Asgard, where we’re expected to reunite with several of Thor’s people. Actress Jaimie Alexander mentioned last year that her character, Lady Sif, would be one of the Asgardians returning, but now she’s not so sure.
During her video Facebook Q&A yesterday, one viewer asked Jaimie Alexander if Sif will have any kind of role in Thor: Ragnarok. This was her response:
Am I in Thor 3? I get asked that every time I do this! I actually don’t know. I have no idea. I’m guessing no? But I’m not sure, because nobody’s told me. I have no clue.
This is a turnaround from when Jaimie Alexander said last year that she’d definitely be in Thor: Ragnarok, and that Sif would have a “pivotal role.” Either she’s just playing coy with the fans or her status with the movie somehow changed in the last nine months. The blockbuster did hire a new writer last December, so perhaps the story changed enough that Sif no longer had a part. With principal photography kicking off in Australia this June, she’ll will find out one way or another if she’s participating.
Jaimie turns 32 today! I hope she’s gonna have a great day and another successful year! Happy birthday Jaimie <3
Jaimie Alexanxer talked about Thor: Ragnarok to ComicBookMovie.Com and it might not be good news for Lady Sif fans!
As Sif, Alexander has made a hell of an impression in both Thor and Thor: The Dark World, as well as a pair of episodes of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The big question, of course, is whether or not she will be appearing in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok. It seems that the actress, currently starring in NBC’s Blindspot, is as in the dark as the fans are.
“I am not 100% sure at this moment,” she admits. “I know that they’re changing things with the script and that sort of thing, so I am literally in limbo. I know probably less than you do about it. I would love to do it, but wheether or not it’s going to work on my short hiatus from Blindspot I’m not sure. There could be a lot of factors when it comes to that decision.”
When Blindspotreturns on Monday, Jane (Jaimie Alexander) will get a lot of answers about her identity. But one big question still looms: What kind of person is she?
After the revelation in the winter finale that Jane herself was the mastermind behind her tattoos, the next mystery she needs to solve is why she wanted to devise a plan to infiltrate the FBI.
“We start the season back with a lot of questions,” Alexander tells TVGuide.com. “Whether she’s good or bad, I don’t even know yet. I think it always begs the question of nature vs. nurture. Because I think naturally, deep down, she’s a good person. She always wants to help. That’s her first instinct. But she could have potentially been nurtured to not be such a good person.”
Adds creator Martin Gero: “What’s so interesting about the back half of the season is, we finally get a sense, in a real concrete way, of who Jane was. And the more she finds out about herself, the more distant she feels from that person in the past. … What the memory wipe has allowed Jane to do is give her some perspective that the Jane of the past maybe didn’t have. And so, the Jane of the past is working with her best intentions, and what she thinks is the right thing to do, but the Jane of the present might disagree.”
We’re guessing Jane’s identity crisis will put a strain on the relationships she’s formed with the agents at the FBI, including her not-so-platonic one with Weller (Sullivan Stapleton).
“The internal struggle that she suddenly has is about who to trust – the moral compass she feels now, or the person that she was back then?” Gero says.
SOURCE: TV Guide