It's very soon to be thinking about "Man of Steel" sequels, as director Zack Snyder is happy to point out. But that isn't stopping folks from asking the cast and crew members involved if they're coming back for more Superman shenanigans after "Steel" hits theaters next year.
Amy Adams, aka Lois Lane, was asked by Digital Spy if she's already thinking about her future as a Daily Planet reporter past "Man of Steel." For now, she's cautious about committing to anything, though she said she'd be "more than happy" to do more.
"I would be more than happy to jump onto a sequel but you've got to, what's the saying, don't put the cart before the horse? Don't count your chickens before they hatch," she answered. "I always take things one day at a time."
Adams said that she started working on "Man of Steel" within a week of finishing work on "The Master," director Paul Thomas Anderson's chilling tale of religious fanaticism. It was an interesting leap for the actress, going from playing the wife of a cult leader to one of the most iconic women in comic book history.
"It was fun," she said. "It was very nice to go into Man of Steel and something that was really energetic and outgoing. Suddenly I'm hanging on a wire in the middle of Chicago. It was a totally different experience and very fun. I always embrace getting to go from one thing to the next."
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