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Loki’s Lady Sif Will Return in Thor: Love and Thunder, Teases Jaimie Alexander

Loki’s Lady Sif Will Return in Thor Love and Thunder, Teases Jaimie Alexander
Loki’s Lady Sif Will Return in Thor Love and Thunder, Teases Jaimie Alexander

SPOILERS ALERT for Loki Episode 4.

After years of speculation and confusion, fans will finally know what happened to Lady Sif from the Thor universe. Actress Jaimie Alexander recently reprised her role in episode 4 of the latest MCU series, Loki, and teased her return in Thor: Love and ThunderLady Sif was an important and recurring character in the Thor franchise, as the Asgardian warrior and a friend of the Warriors Three. She first appeared in 2011 Thor, followed by Thor: The Dark World in 2013. However, she sparked a lot of hype after her absence in Thor: Ragnarok, leaving fans wondering about her next appearance. While her role in Loki was confirmed, Jamie also hinted at her return in Thor: 4. 

The fourth episode, The Nexus Event, followed Loki and Sylvie’s adventures as Timeline fugitives. They were soon recaptured and confined in separate cells. Loki was thrown in a unique prison with a time loop of a bad memory. That’s when the missing Asgardian warrior made her cameo. In that time loop, the trickster was constantly subjected to Lady Sif’s kicks and beating for chopping off her hair. 

Jaimie Alexander Spilled Some Beans

While MCU fans were pouring the internet with love and excitement for Lady Sif’s cameo, Jamie dropped another surprise. In a series of stories on Instagram, she wrote that Lady Sif is back and is going to stay this time. It wasn’t that difficult to pick up the crumbs from this story. With the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder on the track, we know where we’ll see her next. 

Based on theories and speculations, Lady Sif might be connected to Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) in the movie. With Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster as the Mighty Thor, Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher, Russell Crowe’s Zeus, Valkyrie, and now Lady Sif in one movie, helmed by the brilliant Taika Waititi, we can’t even imagine how awesome that’s going to turn out.

Written by Ipshita Barua