No, but from Disney's perspective, there's literally no reason to not use Scott Lang. I don't know what is so controversial or shocking about that. Ant-Man was a character that was not popular or mainstream in any sense (barring people who knew him from EMH, where even then they passed the identity onto Scott in Season 2) prior to the movie. It was by far the biggest exposure the character has ever had. As I said previously, the fact that Ant-Man is now popular enough to even warrant spending money to create a series of animated shorts is owed pretty much entirely to the profile boost the movie gave him. This wasn't a case of Marvel and Disney arbitrarily deciding to make Ant-Man cartoons and then going "Huh, we should probably use the movie guy because synergy," it was made BECAUSE of the success of the movie. If you're going to make an animated project designed to embrace the newfound success your formerly obscure character has gained, there's really no reason to not use the version that made the character mainstream in the first place.