Henry Cavill and Amy Adams heat up the cover of Interview magazine‘s June/July 2013 issue, on newsstands June 18.
Here is what the Man of Steel co-stars had to share with the mag:
Henry on having real chemistry with Amy: “For me, it’s more like I go to work, I do a job, I play a role, and then I go home. I don’t wear a cape at home. I’m not an invulnerable alien at home. I’m not in love with a woman called Lois Lane at home. I know there are a lot of people who get very involved I their characters, but I, personally, find it too involved. I just like to do it as a job— and it’s my job to make it look real.”
Henry on his emotions: “As much as I do love real-life stories they can often make you hurt in a way I’d rather not hurt. But I think that the hurt aspect is just something that exists in a lot of great stories because people can associate with it. If there’s one thing that we’re very good at as humans, it’s remembering the bad stuff. For some reason, it’s always the pain that gets you.”
Amy on filming her latest project in Boston during the bombings: “It was surreal. But I’m not somebody to sort of personalize a tragedy like that, unless it’s something that happened to me personally, so I felt like the important thing at that point was to reach out to the community. The people in Boston— their sense of community is so important to them. So instead of making it about my personal drama, I saw it more as a personal mission to reach out and try to help the people who were affected by it however we could.”
For more from Henry and Amy, visit InterviewMagazine.com!