Amy Adams said she's excited about Henry Cavill returning as Superman.
But the actor said she hasn't been asked about playing Lois Lane again.
Adams last played the journalist in "Justice League."
It's been over five years since Henry Cavill last played Superman in the DC Extended Universe, and fans have been desperate to know when he will be back in his iconic red and blue costume.
Thankfully, the British actor finally strapped the cape on again for the "Black Adam" post-credits scene, where he comes face to face with Dwayne Johnson's titular antihero. It's not clear when or where audiences will see Superman next, but Cavill is definitely coming back for more.
However, Amy Adams recently told Variety that she hasn't been asked about playing Lois Lane again, but she's "excited" that Cavill is getting the opportunity to reprise his role.
The actor said: "Isn't it exciting? I'm thrilled for [Cavill]. He's such a wonderful Superman so I'm very excited for him."
The "Arrival" and "Sharp Objects" star last appeared in "Justice League" as the determined reporter, but it's not clear whether Superman's future involves her return
Considering Superman and Lois are a full-fledged couple in the DCEU, it would be odd if Adams didn't reprise her role at some point down the line.
The star explained that it'd be great if the studio did ask her to come back, but she also pointed out that the role has been played by plenty of other "wonderful" women in the past.
Adams said: "They haven't spoken to me about it. If it's me, great. If it's somebody else, the role of Lois has been filled by so many wonderful actresses in the past so I'll support whatever direction they go."
Shortly after "Black Adam" arrived in theaters, news broke (via The Hollywood Reporter) that Warner Bros. is actively developing a "Superman" movie which would be a sequel to "Man of Steel," with Charles Roven producing.
There's currently no writer attached to the project, so it'll be some time before the sequel takes flight.
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