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Amy Adams shocked by Cavill smooch

Published 25/06/2013

Amy Adams
Amy Adams

Amy Adams wishes Henry Cavill had "misbehaved" on the set of Man of Steel.

The redheaded actress plays love interest Lois Lane in Man of Steel, the latest Superman adaptation.

Amy got to steal a few onscreen kisses with the British heartthrob and has assured fans it's just as good as expected.

"Yeah, that will definitely keep your feet off the ground for a bit," she giggled to the British edition of OK! magazine.

"I can completely understand that [others feel jealous]! He feels nice and firm."

The 38-year-old and her gorgeous co-star have great on-screen chemistry, which has gone down well with fans.

However, Amy wishes Henry had let his wild side out a bit more.

"He's the nicest person on top of being just a wonderful actor and wonderful looking," she gushed.

"He's also got this great humility and he does a really great job in the role. He's got a great sense of humour, but he's not cheeky at all, so... I kind of wish he'd misbehaved!"

In real life, Amy is engaged to actor Darren Le Gallo and together they have daughter Aviana.

The pair have known each other since 2001, but the star says a Superman-themed wedding isn't on the cards quite yet.

"As we walk down the aisle! Darren would probably be up for that!" she laughed when asked if they would play the theme tune.

"Um, the wedding, always the wedding - I guess after 11 years people are wondering when we're getting married. Yeah..."

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