EXCLUSIVE: Amy Adams Talks Lois Lane and Wonder Woman in ‘Batman Vs. Superman’

We speak with Amy the morning she finds out Gal Gadot is starring as Wonder Woman. What does she want to see happen with their relationship?
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EXCLUSIVE: Amy Adams Talks Lois Lane and Wonder Woman in ‘Batman Vs. Superman’

While attending the American Hustle junket in New York City, our man on the scene Max Evry was able to speak excluisvely with the star of that movie, Amy Adams, and he wasted no time in asking her about the return of Lois Lane, and what her relationship might be like with Wonder Woman in Batman Vs. Superman. The question was posed the very same morning, just minutes after, in fact, that Amy Adams learned Fast & Furious star Gal Gadot had won the coveted and highly sought after role of warrior Princess Diana of Themyscira in this Man of Steel sequel. Watch our one-on-one interview to find out what Amy had to say about the casting, and how she hopes the relationship between Wonder Woman and Lois Lane eventually plays out in what is one of the most anticipated sequels of all time.


Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comes to theaters March 25th, 2016.

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  • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

    @undeadslayer4 Just some random movie interviewer.

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    • mieko-siede • 2 years ago

      @undeadslayer4 Not even remotely a possibility. They wouldn't cross universes. There would be no purpose or reason for it. Neither universe even co-exists in the comic world. They're totally incompatible. The closest to a crossover you'd find is those people wearing Superman shirts in the Watchmen movie in reference to the comic books and the graffiti on the wall in Man of Steel, also only as a reference to the comic book's existence in that world but not serving as a reality. The universe created for Man of Steel is meant to be a sort of hyper reality as though it could take place in our world grounding certain thematic elements but not altering any of the historical accounts that don't deal directly with the characters. Watchmen totally disregards the history of any universe and rewrites it even giving Nixon six terms as president. In actuality they serve in a sense as alternate versions of the characters known traditionally to the DCU, almost like a "what if" storyline. They have no reasonable means of coexistence.

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      • undeadslayer4 • 2 years ago

        @themoviefanatic ok who was that person who interviewed adams he looks like seth rogen

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        • undeadslayer4 • 2 years ago

          @mieko-siede what about crossovers that could happen

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          • lordthanos • 2 years ago

            I would like to see Joaquin Phoenix or Mark Strong as Lex Luthor, both are good actors and have played villains in movies like Sherlock Holmes, Gladiator, and John Carter etc...

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            • 2movieguys • 2 years ago

              Meh!.

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              • mieko-siede • 2 years ago

                @David-garcia-67788063 Even in the Snyder-verse that would never happen. The two stories take place in totally different realities.

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                • David-garcia-67788063 • 2 years ago

                  It'll be crazy if Dr. Manhattan appeared in the movie, as all you remembered the Easter eggs in MOS, with the smiley face graffiti. But hey anything could happen in the synderverse.

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                  • bellandedward1 • 2 years ago

                    Can't wait to see the sequel man of steel was amazing in every way possible

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