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Natalie Portman has signed on for more movies. Don't know how many, but I would assume the normal two more to make a trilogy. She is not in The Avengers though.

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The Daily Blam! got a chance to talk to Jaimie Alexander about playing Sif in Marvel Studios' Thor. Here's an excerpt from the interview:

We saw a bit of you in action during the Comic Con footage, what would you say is Sif's weapon of choice in the film, and how was it like being in that armor day in and day out?

Well, she has three [different weapons], but I can't tell you what they are just yet. The armor was rough to wear sometimes but very beautiful. I've never seen costumes so elaborate in detail.. So incredible.

Definitely as tough as in the comics, but there's also a softer side to her. How would you categorize her relationship with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in the film?

She is very loyal to Thor and cares a lot about protecting him and protecting Asgard.. As for a possible love relationship you'll just have to wait and see the movie. My lips are sealed!

If you had only three words to describe the film version of Sif, which would you use?

Hmm.. Stoic, intense, powerful.

http://www.superherohype.com/news/articles/107871-jaimie-alexander-on-thor

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Marvel has officially announced the international release schedule for their upcoming Thor, now revealed to hit most of the world about a week prior to the film's domestic release (as happened with Iron Man 2). Check out the full schedule below, straight from the film's official site.

North America

United States - May 6

Latin America

Argentina - April 28

Brazil - April 29

Chile - April 28

Colombia - April 29

Mexico - April 29

Panama - April 29

Peru - April 28

Venezuela - April 29

Middle East / Africa

Egypt - April 27

Israel - April 28

Lebanon - April 28

South Africa - April 29

United Arab Emirates - April 28

Asia Pacific

Australia - April 28

Hong Kong - April 28

India - April 29

Indonesia - April 29

Japan - July 2

Korea - April 28

Singapore - April 28

Malaysia - April 28

New Zealand - April 28

Philippines - April 29

Taiwan - April 29

Thailand - April 29

Europe

Austria - April 29

Belgium - April 27

Croatia - April 28

Cyprus - April 29

Czech Republic / Slovakia - April 28

Denmark - April 28

Finland - May 6

France - April 27

Germany - April 28

Greece - April 28

Hungary - April 28

Iceland - April 29

Ireland - April 29

Italy - April 29

Netherlands - April 29

Norway - April 28

Poland - April 29

Portugal - April 29

Romania - April 28

Russia - April 29

Serbia & Montenegro - April 28

Slovenia - April 28

Spain - April 28

Sweden - April 29

Switzerland-French - April 29

Switzerland-German - April 27

Switzerland-Italian - April 29

Turkey - April 29

Ukraine - April 28

United Kingdom - April 29

US gets it last? Don't they realize that just means a good pirate version will hit before the US gets it?

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Technically, Japan gets it last but I see your point.

I'm surprised how relatively early it's coming out worldwide though as we don't have a major sports tournament to bother about in 2011, and the first week of May is usually the lucky release date. Unless there's another highly-anticipated blockbuster release coming out in early May, this smacks of caution.

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I hardly think its borrowed. Unfortunately, film poster designers follow trends. Bright red on black and white has been big for years - hell, the trend may have started "Sin City." Honestly, I think it's a good choice for the character - similarities to other posters be damned.

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I still think the conversation between Thor and Odin is painful. Totally yelled "Fuck yeah!" when Thor's hammer hit the giant in the face.

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They are going to show him being a badass in the beginning of the movie, and then take away his powers and hammer until the end? That doesn't sound like it's going to be much fun.

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This looks very cool. At first I thought it was Tyler Mayne playing Thor lol my eyes were deceiving me.

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