WandaVision star Kathryn Hahn has teased that fans will have their minds blown by the finale of the smash-hit Disney Plus series.
The Marvel show is coming to an end this week and the fan-favorite actress – who plays Agnes aka the powerful witch Agatha Harkness – stated that it will be worth the wait.
Speaking on Tuesday’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, the star told the presenter: ‘I think your minds are going to be blown. I’m very excited. I think it’s going to be very satisfying.’
Considering many fan theories hint that the finale could take a very sad turn, we hope Kathryn’s teasing a happier ending than expected.
Meanwhile, the actress shared her shock at the fact her character’s catchy theme song, Agatha All Along, actually topped the iTunes chart last week.
In episode seven of Marvel’s WandaVision, it was finally confirmed that neighbor Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) was actually a powerful being who’s been messing with Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and comes with her own theme tune titled Agatha All Along.
The spoiler-filled ditty, which revealed Agatha was pulling the strings of Wanda’s sitcom world, was released as a real track and instantly began a smash hit.
It shot to number one on iTunes soundtrack chart in the space of 24 hours, while It Was Agatha All Along was also been given a trap remix and the orchestra treatment to boot by superfans.
Reacting to the song’s popularity, Kathryn gushed: ‘I don’t understand it, it’s amazing. It’s so crazy… I don’t have social media so the whole thing was filtered down – I was like ‘are you kidding me?
‘The whole thing is so bonkers right now. But also a testament to the Lopez’s who wrote crazy, awesome delicious 47 seconds.’
Indeed, the song was destined to be an absolute classic, as it was written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez – the Oscar-winning brains behind the Frozen and Coco soundtracks.
WandaVision airs Fridays on Disney Plus.
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