DISCLAIMER: If you haven’t watched the latest episode of WandaVision, you may want to stop reading here.
“Who’s been messing up everything?” “It’s been Agatha All Along!” After last week’s revelation that Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) a.k.a. Agatha Harkness has been the culprit behind the antics in Westview, the internet has become obsessed with her “theme song.” Written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the sultry sitcom-inspired tune revealed just how insidious and perfidious Agatha really is. Of course, Hahn’s electrifying performance helped launch “Agatha All Along” into the stratosphere.
Now, to commemorate the song, queer pop culture podcast Slayerfest 98 (@slayerfestx98) created a fun video comprised of different Marvel characters dancing to “Agatha All Along” on Twitter. They posted said video with the caption, “Good morning here’s everyone in the MCU havin’ a dance to our new favorite song bc why not.”
Notably, there are shots of Paul Rudd busting a move as Ant-Man. Chris Evans as Captain America and Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow also boogieing to the beat. Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia dancing her heart out. Brie Larson as Captain Marvel shimmying and shaking. Anthony Mackie as Falcon dancing like nobody’s watching. It’s a catchy tune. Then, the video ends with Agatha making a confession — she killed Sparky. Her villainous laugh serves as a button for the song.
Slayerfest 98’s video is incredibly well done. It seamlessly blends together several separate clips of Marvel characters getting loosey-goosey. They look as though they’re actually bopping to “Agatha All Along.” It’s a nice respite from the colossal hellfire that is the outside world.
You can watch Slayerfest 98’s video below.
Good morning here’s everyone in the MCU havin’ a dance to our new favorite song bc why not pic.twitter.com/l9XZu5Aexl— Slayerfest 98 (@slayerfestx98) February 23, 2021
Admit it — “Agatha All Along” makes you want to get up and dance, right? We won’t tell.
This article was originally published 2/25/21
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