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My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

Jaimie Alexander On Sif’s Role, Fandral, & The Comic Look Of Thor: The Dark World

Jaimie Alexander’s work is officially over on Thor: The Dark World. That means we get to hear as much as she can tell about what Sif will be up to in the film. See what the actress had to say about the Sif/Thor relationship, the new director, and how the look of the film is very much like a comic.



Fandral from Thor: The Dark World Might Also Star in Guardians of the Galaxy, Because Marvel Really Likes Zachary Levi

Most of the discussion up to this point on Marvel’s upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy has had to do with that sexist, homophobic (or “satirical,” depending on your viewpoint) superhero post director James Gunn wrote that surfaced last month. But for those of you who haven’t sworn off the movie because of his involvement, we have a bit of casting news. Variety is reporting that the choice of actors for the lead role, Star-Lord (aka Peter Quill), is down to two: Jim Sturgess (l) and Zachary Levi.


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Star Trek Borg Queen Alice Krige to Join Christopher Eccleston in Thor: The Dark World

Previously, we heard that former Doctor Christopher Eccleston would be facing off against Chris Hemsworth as Thor: The Dark World‘s big bad villain. Now, we’ve heard of another joining the ranks of the Thor sequel’s baddies: Alice Krige, who played the Borg queen in Star Trek: First Contact. She may not be getting as much screen time as Eccleston, but it’s pretty cool nonetheless. Click through to learn more.


My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

Chuck’s Zachary Levi Likely To Take Over The Role Of Fandral In Thor 2

Well this is certainly news relative to our interests. It seems Marvel Studios have to recast the role of Fandral (one of the Warriors Three) in the Thor sequel. And the person most likely to get the job? None other than NBC’s Chuck, Zachary Levi. Cool news for Chuck fans, sad news for fans of Once Upon A Time’s Prince Charming, Josh Dallas, who previously held the role. Did I just blow your mind?