"Man of Steel" doesn't fly into theaters until Friday, but there is already a sequel reportedly in the works.
The Henry Cavill superhero movie, directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, will continue on with the same team in place, Deadline reported.
The sequel news should come as welcome news to the cast, who Access Hollywood caught up on Monday at the New York City premiere, where we asked about the possibility of making another film.
"It's not a definite sequel. So they don't know if it's going to happen or not," Henry said, seemingly unaware of the report that he's slated to don the iconic caped costume again.
Amy Adams, who plays Lois Lane, told Access that she'd love to return.
"If they'll have me back... I'd be honored to come back," she said. "It would be a lot of fun to do that. It would be great, yeah, absolutely."
Michael Shannon, who stars as General Zod, also told Access that he's onboard for more.
"I'm in it, I mean, for the long haul. If they'll have me," he said. "We'll see. You don't want to put the cart before the horse. The movie hasn't even come out yet."
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