However, she wants to make it clear, there’s no truth to those reports – and if she has a role in the film, she doesn’t know about it yet.
“Everybody thinks I’m going to be in a Marvel movie – not that I know of,” she said during a live Instagram Q&A.
“My family and I have no idea, so I just want to let everyone know that I’m not, as of right now.”
Last month, it was claimed that Brown had been cast as a gender-swapped version of character Sprite, who has been historically written in Marvel lore as an 11-year-old boy with magical powers.
Asked by ComicBook.com about the rumours, Feige cryptically responded: “[She’s a good actor] that would be fun to see in the MCU. But nothing specific, or nothing to talk about.”
A new Stranger Things theory that’s currently doing the rounds suggests Brown’s character Eleven could be directly linked to the Chernobyl disaster in season four.
The third season – also starring Finn Wolfhard, Winona Ryder and Dacre Montgomery – is currently available to stream on Netflix.
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