Marvel President Kevin Feige has revealed that the studio is wary of adding a darker tone to its films. Reportedly, humor is an essential part of Marvel films and it will always be.

“While the trailers may seem ominous or have a sense of impending doom, the movies do not have that feel, and will not. The humor is in the DNA of the movies, there are no plans to change that,” Feige said during a recent chat on Reddit. Moreover, he said he hopes that fans get use to the humorous nature of Marvel films. He added that he has had experiences where people come and ask him whether the film will have darker end or not. However, it seems Marvel films will always have moments of fun.

According to Screenrant, there has been much discussion about “Avengers: Age of Ultron” villain Ultron’s comedic nature. Apparently, many fans were taken aback the way he was portrayed. Those who have watched the film would know that Ultron had a tonal shift and he was funny in parts.

From Feige’s statement it seems that the upcoming films from the Marvel studio will keep up the funny underlying tone. The future Marvel films include “Captain America: Civil War,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” a “Spider-Man” reboot film, and others. Moreover, Feige also spoke about the toughest thing he and the production people had to face during the filming of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” Apparently, it was getting the actors together as they all have busy schedules.

“The hard part is when, just on one soundstage, you're having a difficult time getting four people together at the same time,” Feige said, as Marvel Entertianment reported.

“Avengers: Age of Ultron” hit theaters this month and became one of the highest grossing films of 2015. 

It is expected that “Captain America: Civil War” will prove to be a major box office success. The film is being directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and is scheduled to hit the theaters next year.

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