Amy Adams Says Ben Affleck Is Hot As Batman In Batman V. Superman

Superman may bring the Kryptonian powers to Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but Batman will [...]


Superman may bring the Kryptonian powers to Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but Batman will carry one trait that the Man of Steel can't compete with: Darn fine looks.

At least, that's what actor Amy Adams, who will reprise her role as Lois Lane in the upcoming DC Universe movie, would have viewers believe. When asked how co-star Ben Affleck was as Batman, Adams' first response was, "He's hot!"

"Sorry Jen," Adams continued, referring to Ben Affleck's wife Jennifer Garner. "I have the utmost respect for your relationship, but he looks fantastic. And the work that I did with him, I think it's going to be great."

Resigned feelings for Superman aside, Adams' comments certainly indicate that Lois Lane will share screen time with Batman and possibly Bruce Wayne. And it looks like Ms. Lane will appear alongside every member of DC's Trinity, as Adams revealed that she briefly worked with Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot.

"I didn't get to work with Gal that much but just having another girl on set, when I did get to work with her, was so much fun," Adams said during her interview with Moviefone. "That kind of energy was great."

And though she just finished wrapped six months of filming for Batman V. Superman, Adams said that she's prepared for at least one more tour of duty in the DC Universe. When questioned on how many DC movies she was "locked into," Adams said that she was "committed through the next one."

While she may have referred to Batman V. Superman, which doesn't premiere until 2016, it seems more likely that Adams meant the next Superman-starring film, Justice League: Part 1. This backs up earlier reports that Adams' Lois Lane would appear in the film. When Warner Bros. gave their first press release on Justice League: Part 1, which debuts in 2017, they said that Adams would reprise her role as Lois Lane.

And then, who knows what she'll have to say about Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, or Ezra Miller?

Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters on March 25, 2016.