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Filming and TV productions are currently keeping busy in Vancouver in preparation for the start of a new TV season in the U.S. next month. With many shows stationed in Vancouver, it’s easy for actors to somehow bump into each other or perhaps drop in on each other sets while filming.

That’s what “Blindspot” star Jaimie Alexander did when she dropped in on the set of “Gotham” one weekend. The actress, who is also known for her role as Lady Sif on “Thor,” posted her visit on her Twitter. “Snuck onto the #Gotham set and took over #WayneManor #blindspot,” the actress wrote and posted a photo of herself holding a phone at the Wayne’s home office.

In a separate tweet, the actress posted a photo with the stars of “Gotham” — Drew Powell (Butch Gilzean), Robin Lord Taylor (Oswald Cobblepot), and Cory Michael Smith (Edward Nygma). It should be noted that “Gotham” is a DC Comics property, while Alexander’s Lady Sif is from Marvel.

Speaking of which, her character seems to be missing from the latest “Thor” offering, which has been currently filming with the cast, led by Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, in Australia. But Alexander once commented that fans should’t worry Lady Sif won’t be in “Thor: Ragnarok,” per Entertainment Weekly. It looks like the actress is hinting that her character will still making an appearance in the film’s third offering.

“Gotham” airs on Fox and is filming its third season. “Blindspot” runs on NBC and will begin its Season 2 run in September. “Thor: Ragnarok” is set for a theater date in Nov. 2017.

 

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Filming and TV productions are currently keeping busy in Vancouver in preparation for the start of a new TV season in the U.S. next month. With many shows stationed in Vancouver, it's easy for actors to somehow bump into each other or perhaps drop in on each other sets while filming. That's...