Amy Adams: Ben Affleck Is ‘Hot’ In ‘Batman V Superman’

Gregory Wakeman

Amy Adams has been waxing lyrical about just how good Ben Affleck looks in ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’.

For the uninitiated, Affleck is playing Bruce Wayne/Batman in the hugely anticipated blockbuster while Adams is reprising her role as ‘Man Of Steel’s’ Lois Lane in the film too.

And during her promotional work for ‘Big Eyes’ after being probed by Moviefone [via Comic Book] about Ben Affleck’s look in ‘Batman V Superman’ Adams couldn’t help but blurt out, “He’s hot!”

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However before the tabloids start creating stories about Adams pining for the ‘Gone Girl’ actor, she quickly apologised to Affleck’s wife, actress Jennifer Garner, for her remarks.

“Sorry Jen. I have the utmost respect for your relationship, but he looks fantastic,” she declared. “And the work that I did with him, I think it’s going to be great.”

Adams didn’t just reserve her praise for Affleck though as she also stated during her interview with MTV News that Gal Gadot, who is playing Wonder Woman in the forthcoming instalment to DC’s burgeoning cinematic universe, “looks really, really good in that costume. 

Adams’ comments suggest that she is going to be heavily involved in ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’. Not only will she be opposite Henry Cavill’s Superman for long periods in the film, but it also now sounds as if she shares the screen with Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck, at least for a little while, too.

During her conversation with Moviefone, Adams did note that even though she “didn’t get to work with Gal that much just having another girl on set was so much fun.”

Amy Adams recently concluded shooting her scenes for 2016’s ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’, and it’s widely believed that she will also pop up in ‘Justice League: Part 1’ when that hits screens in 2017. 

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