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Adams surprised Cavill was so nice

Amy Adams has admitted she was surprised that Henry Cavill was such a nice person.

The pair star together in new Superman film Man Of Steel as Lois Lane and Clark Kent, and Amy was pleasantly surprised by her co-star, according to website Flicks and Bits.

She said: "I expected a lot more swagger from Henry, I don't know why. But he was actually so humble and so generous, even just in the first reading.

"I remember thinking that that's a rare package. Not only in life, but especially in Hollywood to find somebody with that physical presence that also has this sort of... I hate to say it, a softest - a gentle quality about him."

Amy also said she had enjoyed the scenes set at the Daily Planet: "The Daily Planet stuff I had a blast because I feel like that's where Lois Lane is the most comfortable and that's where she feels the most powerful - that's her world. It was so much fun, and to work with actors like Laurence Fishburne and like Michael Kelly... Michael's like a huge discovery for me, he's one of those people I've always known but never knew I knew - I've seen him in so many things."

The Fighter actress, 38, said she thought Henry's Clark Kent made her own character "more human".

She said: "I think he takes her by surprise, and I think it's very interesting that it takes this person from another world to actually make her more human. His humanity actually brings about a change in her, it gives her a stronger sense of humanity. And I would think as the story continues she becomes a stronger and more well-rounded human being because of that."

Man Of Steel is released in cinemas on June 14.

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