Ever since Katherine Langford was cast for Avengers: Endgame 2018, everyone has been wondering who she will play in the movie. The ideas were endorsed by a minor supporting character, such as Kate Bishop, or even the personification of death seen in the “Original Infinity Gauntlet” story.
When he quickly saw the movie for himself, he found it was nowhere. But in the end, her character was revealed and her scene was cut in an interview with Ros on the MTV podcast on Happy Sad Confused. The scene must have happened after Tony Stark used Tony Stark to destroy Thanos and his army.
The scene will be athean attempt at parallelism with Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, in which he is visited by a younger version of Gomorrah. He was eventually cut out of the movie, confusing the audience and not having an emotional connection to this version of Morgan.
A Twitter user named @Katlangfordgram did The Direct of an interview with Katherine Langford of the Australian radio show Smalljies Surgery. In this interview, Langford described how his scene in Endgame Cut felt and if Marvel Studios has plans for it in the future:
When asked how he felt about being cut from Avengers: Endgame, Langford didn’t even talk about it when he said “… I understand if you’re going to cut something, yes, at least. The experience of being cut from the last movie the Avengers … “She concludes that she is” … happy about the memory. Then she said that if she had inside information, she couldn’t say, “I don’t know if I can say something, but I’d love to!”
The interview essentially ends with her saying that Marvel Studios has plans for her comeback right now, but that she wants to “make love.”
There is a slight chance that Katherine Langford will return to the role of Morgan Stark unless Marvel Studios plans to once again jump over the one from MCU to Avengers: Endgame. But while fans will find a series about Loki jumping into different universes with time travel and Doctor Strange, it’s not entirely out of the question to reappear.
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Some fans have come up with Morgan Stark’s idea of becoming the next Iron Man, but if the rumours are believed to be true, Marvel Studios already has a replacement with Iron Heart.