Fans' anticipation for Marvel's 'Ant-Man' drastically increased after the upcoming flicks' first full trailer was released earlier this month, but unlike the studio's previous superhero adaptations, this comic-book adaptation may contain more comedic elements.

Greer revealed 'Ant-Man' may contain more comedic tones than the trailer suggested

Actress Judy Greer, who plays Maggie, the ex-wife of Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) in 'Ant-Man,' recently teased moviegoers with details about the Marvel blockbuster to IGN, suggesting that it will likely include more comedy than the trailer hinted at.

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"I haven't seen it yet," Greer said of the trailer, "but there was a lot of comedy on set and we did a lot of comedic improv. I don't know what will end up in the movie, but yeah."

Greer also revealed that she wasn't too familiar with the Marvel Cinematic Universe before starring in 'Ant-Man,' but now the miniature superhero is her favourite and that mainly down to acting alongside Rudd.

"Paul is so awesome and he's so great in this role," she gushed. "This has been my first comic hero that I've really researched and fallen for. I also think the Ant-Man origin story that we tell in our movie is really beautiful and I think there's something really real about a man trying to better himself for his family."

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"It's fun to see superheroes who aren't just kicking ass but are also fully formed characters. I think that's also why they're getting such great actors to play them, like real actors like Paul Rudd and Chris Pratt, character actors and not just pretty faces - not that there's anything wrong with that!" she added.

Paul Rudd
Paul Rudd as 'Ant-Man'

'Ant-Man' tells the story of Scott Lang, a petty criminal that comes across a substance which allows him to shrink in size but increase in strength, and his mentor, the 'Ant-Man' suits creator Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), who must work together to pull off a heist that will save the world.

As well as Rudd, Douglas and Greer, Evangeline Lilly stars as Pym's daughter and Corey Stoll plays the villainous Yellowjacket in the latest Marvel movie, which is set for a July 17, 2015 release.