Amy Adams has revealed she's been working out a lot to ensure she's in top shape for her scenes in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.
The 'Man of Steel' actress has been working out regularly to ensure she is in excellent shape when appearing opposite Hollywood hunks Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck - who play Superman and Batman respectively - and actress Gal Gadot, who is playing superheroine Wonder Woman, in the movie.
Speaking to 'Access Hollywood', Amy - who plays intrepid reporter Lois Lane in the new Superman franchise - said: ''Everyone here, they are all in such good shape. I started working out the last time I played Lois and I haven't stopped working out since. I love it!''
But Amy insists she isn't going to go on an intense gym programme like her co-stars any time soon.
She explained: ''I'm not crazy. I don't have any crazy fitness routines but I do love to work out. It increases the serotonin so I find I'm a happier person when I work out, more patient, for sure.''
The Oscar-nominated actress also shrugged off a potential love triangle between Lois, Superman and Wonder Woman in the upcoming superhero adventure which is filming now.
She said: ''Am I interested in a love triangle? I don't know ... I hope that I can be involved with a woman on screen when we're not in a love triangle. That would be fun.''
Instead Adams is hoping to inject a bit of girl power into the latest DC Comics film by having Lois and Wonder Woman unite.
She enthused: ''Maybe we team up together and we work as teammates instead of adversaries?''
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