As with many Marvel films, Thor: Ragnarok left audiences with more than a couple of unsolved mysteries and unresolved issues after its final end-credits scene. Here are 10 questions we have the answers to, courtesy of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and Ragnarok director Taika Waititi—and well as the five biggest…
Blindspot premieres with an intriguing and absurd premise: a naked woman covered in coded tattoos is found in Times Square. The tattoos may hold the key to solving crimes that haven’t been committed yet! But who is Jane Doe, what can she do, and why is she here?
Jaimie Alexander, also known as Sif from the Thor movies, is the best. Unfortunately, some blond nightmare god keeps getting in the way of her getting more screen time. But that's all about to end now, because she's getting her own show on NBC, which sounds like Memento with a lady.
Good news for folks hoping they'd see more of Jaimie Alexander's Sif in the last Thor movie: the Asgardian is apparently headed to Earth for an episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Actress Jaimie Alexander, best known for her role as the warrior goddess Sif in Marvel's Thor movies (the second of which opens this weekend), has confirmed she's in talks with DC and Warner Bros. about a possible role in Batman/Superman— but which one?
The director, writers, and cast of Thor recently sat down to explain why Thor is the first superhero that's actually science fiction, how to make an Asgardian prince relatable, and what lies ahead for the characters in future movies.
Watch Jaimie Alexander, who plays the very badass Norse warrior Sif, take on Asgard's killing machine, The Destroyer in a new Thor clip. Plus, get a little glimpse at Ray Stevenson as Volstagg of the Warriors Three!
Pulling from two beloved science fiction series, Jessi from Kyle XY, and the Lord Marshal from Chronicles of Riddick have both been cast in Marvel's new superhero movie Thor.