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Diane Kruger, Alice Eve, Rosamund Pike: SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL role

Alice Eve, Diane Kruger, Rosamund Pike, Superman: The Man of Steel

Actresses Diane Kruger, Alice Eve, and Rosamund Pike are up for a female role in Zack Snyder‘s Superman: The Man of Steel. This Superman: The Man of Steel (2012) role is not the Lois Lane role and the three actresses are supposed front-runners for the undisclosed part. There is some conjecture that the part could be that of Cat Grant. At little background on Cat Grant:

Cat Grant arrives in Metropolis taking a position at The Daily Planet. She is well known for her syndicated gossip column, which until this point was written in her native Los Angeles. Recently divorced from Joe Morgan, a husband who had driven her to drink, Cat was now a single mother with a young son named Adam Morgan, trying to get a fresh start and stay sober.

Cat is instantly attracted to Clark Kent. They become fast friends, and even become romantically involved for a time, but eventually this ends, as Clark really loves Lois Lane, and seems more interested in helping Cat fix up her life than dating her. Jimmy Olsen in turn is attracted to Cat, but she seems to either not notice or not care. Her behavior around the office upsets both Lois and Perry White at different times.

Please keep in mind this is only speculation on the undisclosed Superman: The Man of Steel role, not fact. On the Lois Lane front

Warner Bros. doesn’t want a big name that will overshadow Cavill so no surprise then that the early rumors of Kristen Stewart turned out to be false. In fact, most of the names bandied about early on—Rachel McAdams, Jessica Biel, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis—don’t seem likely at this point.

What do you think of either Diane Kruger, Alice Eve or Rosamund Pike getting a role in Superman: The Man of Steel?

Source: Variety, Theplaylist

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