In a recent interview with moviefone Amy Adams talks about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, how fantastic Ben Affleck looks as Batman, how much fun it was to work with Gal Gadot, how many more films she’s committed to and much more.
Then you’re on something like “Batman v Superman.” You’re in that one right?
Yes. I just got done with that. We had been filming for six months.
And that doesn’t come out until 2016.
Yes, it was a totally different experience.
So you enjoying switching back and forth between the smaller and larger projects?
Yes, I really learn from each film I’m on. “Man of Steel,” that was the first film of that nature that I had worked on. And I learned a lot.
How many of these things are you locked into?
Locked?!? I’m trapped! [jokes] No. I’m committed through the next one. I know that.
How is it to bring all of these new people into that world?
It was fantastic. 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. That kind of energy was great. I worked away with the people that I worked with before, which was wonderful.
How was Ben as Batman?
He’s hot! Sorry, Jen. 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.
With as much passion and commitment as you obviously bring to it, it’s hard to think that you don’t have your say. But it’s also this giant machine.
Well, I also respect that if they ask for my opinion, I’ll give it. But a lot of the time I think my job as an actress is to execute the vision of the filmmaker and I understand that. But at the same time, if I feel like something’s really not working, I’m definitely vocal about it. In a collaborative way.
Have little kids come up to you and recognized you as your Superman character?
Boys do. Little girls are still on “Enchanted.”
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