Look here and here. The crucial statement is this: ”When asked about whether the presence of Ms. Marvel [in a new 3D CG animated film] signified her appearance in the upcoming blockbuster, Wexler remained tight-lipped, replying with an unmistakably knowing 'Maybe...'” Its pretty vague, but if we combine it with the info that "actresses Alice Eve, Malin Akerman and Rachel Nichols were being looked at by Marvel Studios for an important role in their movie universe" (here) there seem to be some real evidence (look at the pics in the link - which other female avenger one of these two woman should play?)
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