WandaVision Songwriters Reveal Their Agatha All Along Inspiration


Not only does this song fit the¬†WandaVision¬†motif¬†of referencing iconic¬†shows through the ages, it also emphasizes the gothic and spooky elements that make Agatha’s character unique. Whether viewers may not have initially recognized the various elements weaved into¬†“Agatha All Along,” the “Addams Family” and “Monster Mash” influences are certainly detectable, even to listeners who aren’t musical experts.¬†It’s lucky Marvel had these talented and thoughtful songwriters on hand,¬†seeing as their¬†song,¬†coupled with Hahn’s charmingly perfidious performance, helped create one of the most satisfying reveals in the MCU thus far.

Now that¬†WandaVision has referenced all the eras of sitcoms that it wanted to,¬†there may not be a song from Lopez and Anderson-Lopez in the show’s finale. Regardless, there is no doubt a lot to look forward to in episode 9.¬†Last week’s emotional episode¬†ended with Agatha in her full getup as she restrained the twins with her powers. Thanks to a photo released by Disney+, viewers already know the twins eventually escape from her grasp but haven’t yet seen them battle¬†Agatha¬†alongside Wanda and Vision. The finale will likely also cover what was teased in the mid-credit scenes for episodes 7 and 8, which respectively revealed Monica meeting Fake Pietro and Hayward powering up what appears to be White Vision from the comics. Until the WandaVision¬†finale airs, audiences¬†will just have to keep themselves occupied by listening to¬†“Agatha All Along.”

Source: NYT

Originally from https://screenrant.com/wandavision-show-songwriters-agatha-all-along-song-inspiration/

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