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Katherine Langford Could be Set for MCU Redemption After Avengers: Endgame Removal

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Marvel Studios is not exactly a stranger to scrapping pivotal moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and more often than not, directors are put in an unenviable position of trimming down scenes before releasing the final cut of a certain project. Sometimes, it's due to runtime issues but there are also instances where the said deleted scene doesn't add anything to the film's overall story.

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That is what happened to Katherine Langford's brief cameo in Avengers: Endgame. The Australian actor filmed a scene as the adult version of Morgan Stark with Robert Downey Jr. set in the "soul world". However, the directing duo of the Russo Brothers didn't feel an emotional connection with the scene which led to its unfortunate removal.

For the past three years, Langford's MCU future remained in doubt but it looks like she'll finally be given the opportunity to play the role in the billion-dollar franchise. According to a new scoop from Twitter tipster MyTimeToShineHello, adult Morgan Stark will make soon make her official MCU debut in a "big way".

While the insider didn't exactly confirm whether or not Langford will still play the character, she retweeted a fan-edited video featuring the 13 Reasons Why star, seemingly dropping a hint that she will finally get her redemption.

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Considering Morgan was the biological daughter of Tony and Pepper, it would have made sense for her to become her father's successor but by the looks of things, it seems like there are no current plans for her to follow the same path as Iron Man. It'll be interesting what role she actually plays in the MCU once she reemerges.

Meanwhile, Marvel Studios' Armor Wars has yet to be given an official release date.

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