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    Agatha Harkness Gets Her Name On: "Agatha All Along"

    WandaVision: It Was GIFs of Kathryn Hahn's Agatha All Along

    Marvel fans, we finally have a name to put with that infamous face! The highly anticipated WandaVision spin-off starring Kathryn Hahn has officially been christened "Agatha All Along."

    The reveal came at Disney's upfront presentation on Wednesday, where Hahn herself, alongside co-stars Joe Locke and Patti LuPone, unveiled the show's title and release date. Get ready to dive back into the world of magic on September 18th, with the series kicking off with a classic Marvel two-episode premiere.

    This title reveal marks the end of a hilarious journey for fans. Since the show's announcement in 2021, it's sported a revolving door of subtitles, from "House of Harkness" to "Darkhold Diaries" and even "Coven of Chaos." Marvel even embraced the running gag, with "Agatha: The Lying Witch with the Great Wardrobe" popping up as a potential title just a day before the official reveal.

    But the wait is finally over! "Agatha All Along" promises to be a magical adventure, filled with familiar faces and new mysteries. With Kathryn Hahn at the helm and a captivating cast joining the fray, this September premiere is sure to be a spellbinding event for Marvel fans.

    Here's the latest on this highly anticipated show:

      • A Catchy Title: We now know the series will be called "Agatha All Along," a delightful nod to the iconic theme song that took the internet by storm.
      • A Star-Studded Cast: Kathryn Hahn is back as the ever-so-slightly-devious Agatha Harkness, joined by a fantastic ensemble cast. We'll see breakout star Joe Locke ("Heartstopper") and the legendary Patti LuPone share the screen with Agatha, alongside Aubrey Plaza, Sasheer Zamata, Emma Caulfield ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), and Debra Jo Rupp ("That 70's Show").
      • Creative Continuity: Jac Schaeffer, who served as head writer and executive producer for the Emmy-winning "WandaVision," is returning to helm "Agatha All Along." This ensures a smooth transition and likely a similar level of storytelling brilliance.
      • A Slight Delay: While originally planned for a winter 2023 release, unforeseen circumstances involving actor and writer strikes pushed the premiere date back.

    Given the new release date the wait was definitely worth it considering the incredible cast and creative team behind the show. In the meantime, "Agatha All Along" is sure to keep Marvel fans buzzing with anticipation.

    This presentation also offered glimpses into other exciting projects like "Ironheart" and a 2025 release date for "Daredevil: Born Again." Stay tuned for more updates on the Marvel Cinematic Universe!

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