[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”13421″ img_size=”640×426″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]At this time, we know that Marvel and Disney+ has an ambitious number of mini-series based on Marvel Characters on their drawing board. Starting with Loki, and Scarlet Witch and Vision, they have mapped out even more with Falcon and the Winter Soldier as well as Rocket and Groot. How many of these actually get made is a matter for conjecture with only Loki appearing to be definite go. However, Scarlet Witch and Vision have been assigned a show runner with Jac Shaffer being brought on so that one looks like it will happen. You can now add on another possibility as it is rumored that Lady Sif, she of the warriors three, could get a series. That would answer the question of what happened to Lady Sif as she was not with the “warriors three” in Thor Ragnarok, nor was she anywhere to be found during Avengers: Infinity War.
Plus just today ComicBookCast founder Arminies dropped this little nugget about the potential Lady Sif Disney+ spinoff
I don’t ever Drop many “scoops” anymore, but here is one I was told earlier today that I’m excited about,
MCU’s Sif WILL feature The Enchantress & a Valkyrie
— Arminies of Solotollogy (@Arminies) January 14, 2019
Lady Sif was played with gusto by Jaime Alexander in Thor and Thor: Dark World as well as in two episodes of Marvel’s Agents of Shield. Currently, she is starring in NBC’s Blindspot, which is in its 4th season. While this is just a rumor at this stage, would you like to see what happened to Lady Sif after her appearance in Dark World and where she has been since? Share those posers with us at GVNation.
Source: Science Fiction via Discussing Film [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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