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‘I’m loving some Beta Rey Bill’: Lady Sif Actor Wants Fans To Petition For Spin-Off Series After Thor: Love and Thunder

Actress Jamie Alexander who reprises her role as Lady Sif in Thor: Love and Thunder took to Instagram to ask fans to suggest ideas for a spin-off series and the casting in such a show.  We take a closer look at her post and the character Beta Rey Bill in this article.

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Jamie Alexander Wants Fans To Petition For Spin-Off Series After Thor: Love and Thunder

Jamie Alexander asks fans to call for a spin-off series as Thor: Love and thunder
Actress Jamie Alexander

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As aforementioned, actress Jamie Alexander took to Instagram to ask fans to petition for a spin-off series after the Marvel Cinematic Film: Thor: Love and Thunder. She wrote in the caption:  “If Lady Sif had a series, what would YOU like to see?” Alexander asked. “I’m loving some [Beta Ray Bill]. What do you think, [Simonson] ??”

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Beta Ray Bill and Lady Sif

Jamie Alexander asks fans to call for a spin-off series as Thor: Love and thunder

The last individual of his Korbinite race, Beta Ray Bill made his Marvel Comics debut in The Mighty Thor #337. He ultimately defeats The God of Thunder and steals his hammer, Mjolnir. With this in possession, he then had the powers and the costume of Thor. After their rivalry subsided, Bill got his own hammer, named Stormbreaker. Lady Sif and Bill formed a close bond and their relationship turned romantic eventually. What do you think of Jamie Alexander’s Instagram post? Let us know your opinion in the comments section below.

Thor: Love and Thunder releases on July 8, 2022 in the United States.

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