‘Agatha: Coven Of Chaos’: Kathryn Hahn Teases “A Little Song Here Or There” In ‘WandaVision’ Spinoff

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Kathryn Hahn plays her again WandaVision role in the Disney+ spinoff series Agatha: Covenant of Chaos and teases that there could be “a little song here or there”.

Viewers of the Marvel series will recall that when Agnes was revealed as the sorceress Agatha in the WandaVision series it was because of a song that became a viral hit. With the recent casting of Patti LuPone, many were wondering if there could be a musical number in the spin-off series.

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‘Um, her costumes and her nails. They are fantastic,” Hahn told TVLine. “And who knows, maybe there’s a little song here or there…but no one says anything about it – especially not me!”

Besides Hahn, other actors confirmed that they are part of the Agatha: Covenant of Chaos including Joe Locke (Heart stopper), Aubrey Plaza (white lotus), Ali Ahn (Raising Dion), Maria Dizzia (The good nurse), Sasheer Zamata (Household economics), Debra Jo Rupp (That 1970s show) and Emma Caulfield Ford who will reprise her role of Dottie fro WandaVision.

In 2021, Hahn spoke about the song “Agatha All Along” saying she always knew her character would have a theme song.

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“I knew I was going to get a theme song, but I didn’t actually know I was going to sing it until we were halfway through shooting and they were like, ‘Oh, we need you to sing. ‘” she told Nylon. “I was like, ‘Great,’ but I didn’t have any expectations that this would be the thing that stood out. I was like, ‘Wait, what?’ It was really the way it was [happening on] another planet – it was like another we or another me, only that other thing happened. Someone was like, “You’ve outdone the Biebs!” And I thought, ‘What are you talking about?’ The whole thing was so very, very surreal.

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