Amy Adams, who plays Lois Lane, has spoken out about Henry Cavill’s return as Superman and the possibility of reprising her role as Lois.
Warner Bros. is actively working on a “Superman” film that would be a sequel to “Man of Steel,” with Charles Roven producing, according to news that surfaced shortly after “Black Adam” hit theaters (via The Hollywood Reporter).
In an interview with Variety at the “Disenchanted” premiere on Wednesday, Adams — who starred as Lois Lane opposite Cavill’s Superman in multiple DC films reveals she is nothing but excited for Cavill’s DCU Superman return, but maintains she hasn’t had talks about reprising Lois. In any case, she’s ready for however, the new DCU management chooses to proceed with the character.
“Isn’t that exciting? I mean, I think I heard it from my husband, actually. I’m thrilled for him, he’s such a wonderful Superman, so I’m very excited for him. They haven’t spoken to me about it. If it’s me great, if it’s not… the role of Lois has been filled by so many wonderful actresses in the past, so I’ll support whatever direction they go.”
Amy Adams has shared the screen with Cavill in several DC projects, playing Lois Lane in “Man of Steel” (2013), “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (2016), and “Justice League” (2017).