I'm hoping for the best, but prepared for the worst.
Though to be honest, I'll be satisfied just as long as she shows emotion once in awhile. Ever since Tim Burton ruined Alice in Wonderland, every Disney or Disney-owned live-action film that has a female lead has to make her the same exact character. Boring, lifeless, monotone, and robotic. Because apparently it's impossible for a woman to both be strong and have emotions at the same time. Star Wars, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, they get all the praise from feminist outlets for "breaking the mould" and "defying stereotypes", but really they're doing the opposite of both those things. They're not following the outdated stereotypes that everyone remembers, but they are following the feminist stereotypes that are just getting harder and harder to ignore these days. She can't act like a human, she can't ask for help, and she can't even have any attachment to reality whatsoever. Nothing upsets her, nothing is too hard for her, and she doesn't even have to acknowledge the bad things in life. Every single female lead has to be like that these days. If Captain Marvel ends up being anything other than that, then I will be satisfied. If she at least talks like a real person instead of like a robot, I'll be happy.
Sorry for the rant.