Last week, we showed you some of the new action figures that will be hitting the shelves this summer for Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder's Superman reboot, which redefines this iconic DC Comics character. Today, another action figure photo has surfaced, offering our first look at Faora, played by Antje Traue, in costume. Take a look at this toy from Mattel's Movie Masters line, along with a description and pricing details. You can also read on for more Man of Steel news, as star Amy Adams appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to talk about her role as Lois Lane.

<strong><em>Man of Steel</em></strong> Faora Action Figure Photo
"Movie Masters figures are designed with the ultimate authentic detail and supreme quality to bring fans' favorite characters to life. This assortment features heroes and villains from the movie Man of Steel. A high level of articulation lets fans of all ages pose the figures in countless ways for fan-tastic fun! Includes one figure and one display base. Each sold separately, subject to availability.

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ARP: $14.99 Ages: 4+ Available: June"

Amy Adams, who stars as Lois Lane in director Zack Snyder's superhero reboot, appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, where she spoke briefly about this highly-anticipated summer adventure. Here's what she had to say, showering praise upon her co-star Henry Cavill.

"It is so cool. I am so excited. You're going to love it. Henry (Cavill) is amazing."

The actress also spoke about her own history with the franchise, how she adored the first Superman movies, and how she wanted to be Lois Lane in real life.

"I was really into the movies and Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder. I really wanted to be Lois because I thought Superman was just awesome. I didn't think I was going to be an actress playing Lois, I just wanted to be Lois Lane."

When asked about how Lois couldn't tell the difference between Clark Kent and Superman, due to those infamous glasses, the actress revealed how smart she thought the character was growing up, although she doesn't feel the same way now.

"I always loved how smart she was. As an adult, I'm like, 'How smart was she, actually, that she didn't notice?' I loved it, and I loved the scene where they go flying. It's so romantic."