Aubrey Plaza joins Kathryn Hahn in the upcoming Marvel Studios series “Agatha: Coven of Chaos” on Disney+, Miscellaneous learned from sources.
The series is based on the Marvel show “WandaVision,” where Hahn is set to reprise the role of Agatha Harkness. Details of the plot, including the character Plaza will play in the show, are being kept under wraps. Emma Caulfield Ford is also set to reprise her role of Dottie from “WandaVision” in the new series, right? Miscellaneous He also said that “Heartstopper” star Joe Locke is also “Coven of Chaos”.
As has been the case in the past, Marvel has not said anything about the projects they have in the works. Reps for Plaza declined to comment.
The role also marks a reunion of sorts for Plaza and Hahn, as both previously appeared in the NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation,” and Plaza co-starred in the April Ludgate series, where Hahn played political activist Jen Barkley for about a dozen episodes. Plaza currently stars in the second season of the HBO anthology series “The White Lotus” and the FXX animated series “Little Demon.” He is best known for his roles in shows like “Parks and Recreation” and “Legion”. In his appearance, he participated in such works as “Dirty Grandpa,” “Ingrid Goes West,” and “Emily the Criminal.”
Plaza is repped by CAA, MGMT Entertainment and Schreck Rose.
Miscellaneous The rumored “Coven of Chaos” was slated for October 2021, with Disney confirming the story in November of that year. Jac Schaefer, head writer and executive producer on “WandaVision,” will return in the “Coven of Chaos” episode.
In “WandaVision,” Hahn first played Agnes, Wanda and Vision’s nosy neighbor, before it was revealed that she was Agatha Harkness, a powerful witch. In the Marvel comics and series, Agatha is shown to have survived the Salem Witch Trials and is more than a match for Wanda, aka the Scarlet Witch. After viewers last saw her on “WandaVision,” Wanda traps Agatha in Westview using her powers to revert to her Agnes identity.
“WandaVision,” the first MCU show for Disney+, picked up 23 Emmys for its performances, including one for Hahn as outstanding supporting actor in a limited series. One of the winners of the show came in the category of best original song and lyrics for “Agatha All Along,” which was used as a part to show that Hahn’s appearance was not what it appeared to be.