JUSTICE LEAGUE Star Amy Adams Still Wants To Return As Lois Lane But Believes It's Unlikely To Happen

Amy Adams has once again expressed a desire to return to the DC Extended Universe as Lois Lane, but it also seems as if she's accepting of the fact that it's probably not something that will happen...

Amy Adams first played Lois Lane in 2013's Man of Steel, and has since appeared in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League. Just like every other cast member, her role in the latter was drastically altered, but the actress has once again expressed an interest in being given the opportunity to play the character again somewhere down the line.

As you can see, Fandom's Twitter account has shared a recent quote from the actress in which she talks about reprising the role, while also acknowledging the fact it probably won't happen.

"Amy Adams would 'totally be open' to reprising her role as Lois Lane in a future DC movie, but isn't holding out hope – 'I think [the studio is] moving in a different direction, from my understanding,'" the quote reads. While a Supergirl is rumoured to be in the early stages of development, that's not necessarily a natural fit for Lois Lane, and another Man of Steel movie seems doubtful too.

Looking at Warner Bros.' slate of upcoming DC Comics movies, there's nowhere a cameo from Lois even seems likely, so Adams' time as the character having reached its end is entirely possible. 

The same could be said for Henry Cavill, though he too remains optimistic about one day returning.

Are you hoping to see more of this version of Lois Lane in the DC Extended Universe moving forward?


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