"Black Swan" actress Kristina Anapau has hinted she's in the running to play Lois Lane in Zack Snyder's new "Superman" movie after confessing she has auditioned for a comic book movie role and then cooing about the 300 director.
Anapau has refused to reveal full details, but tells ComicBookMovie.com she is interested in playing the Man of Steel's love interest.
And that could put her up against "Black Swan" co-star Mila Kunis, who is also reportedly up for the role.
The actress says, "It's a great character and a great project. I'd love to be a part of it. I'm a big fan of Zack Snyder's work.
"Lois is intelligent and strong, while never losing an ounce of femininity. She's a great role model for girls out there today. Not passive and helpless, yet not an imitation of man."
Asked if she had auditioned for the Lois Lane role, Anapau insisted she was not "at liberty" to say, but when she was asked if she had ever tried out for a superhero film role, she said, "Absolutely. Never signed onto one. Yet, that is."
Brit Henry Cavill has been confirmed as the new Superman.