Amy Adams Talks Up Lois Lane Role In Man Of Steel At Oscars
The Master actress is looking forward to the release of her new film
Amy Adams was among the many female stars at last night’s Oscars to go with the trend of pale princess gowns, The Master star looking divine as she walked down the red carpet. However, in recent days, and again last night, the actress has been looking beyond the weekend’s movie-based festivities and to her future – Lois Lane, Superman and Man Of Steel.
Man Of Steel is Adams' next film to come out, in which she stars as the on-off girlfriend of Superman’s alter ego Clark Kent and, having spoken to Vanity Fair about it previously, she spoke to Ryan Seacrest for E! last night (February 24, 2013) about her influences for the role. "I think it's always important to pay attention to the people who went before you to take what works for the film you are doing but to add a modern touch” she said. "Margot Kidder was my Lois Lane so I'll always think of her.” Kidder starred as Lois Lane in four Superman films between 1978 and 1987 opposite Christopher Reeve.
Speaking to Vanity Fair about the role previously, Adams had commented “It was so fun, such a departure from anything I had done before. And more challenging than I expected, in the nature of creating these whole entire worlds that are not there.” Also starring Henry Cavill, Man Of Steel comes out on June 14, 2013.