MAN OF STEEL: Brief Interview with Amy Adams on Lois Lane
Still under a veil of secrecy - and no doubt a signed confidentiality contract - she couldn't say much, but did offer the following in response to her take on the character of Lois Lane.
The ever-versatile Amy Adams could very well find herself Oscar bound this year due to her portrayal of Peggy Dodd in The Master, and while talking to her about that film, Deadline.com managed to squeeze in one question about next summer's Man of Steel.
"I grew up with Margot Kidder as Lois Lane," offers the actress, "so I didn't want to try and be that version. Zack [Snyder] said that he wanted to play for more realism. There's definitely still banter [with Superman]. She's tough, modern, and more contemporary. There's also a lot more action than I've seen in my career."
Adams, of course, follows a long line of actresses who have portrayed the Daily Planet reporter, among them Noel Neill, Phyllis Coates, Kidder, Teri Hatcher, Erica Durance and Kate Bosworth.
Sound off below on which actress over the years has been captured the essence of Lois Lane.
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