Henry Cavill's Superman is the most popular movie hero among DC Comics' movie universe. The Man of Steel and journalist of the Daily Planet not only siple allien but Clark Kent is most popular male superhero among DC female world. We can remember not only Lois Lane.
Clark Kent and Lois Lane are among the best known fictional couples. Both characters - including Clark's alter ego, Superman — were created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, and debuted in the DC Comics publication Action Comics #1 (June 1938). They have remained in a complicated relationship ever since. The couple and their relationship have been portrayed in multiple Superman incarnations and adaptations in different media and in numerous pop culture reference.
The couple's relationship was based for a long time in a love triangle (sometime described as a love triangle for two) in which Clark was interested in Lois, who was taken with Superman. Clark, unable to reveal to Lois that his mild-mannered demeanor was a ruse, was unable to compete for Lois' affection. The irony being he was his own rival, seeing that Clark and Superman are the same person. Following John Byrne's The Man of Steel re-boot in 1986, Clark's character became not only the more dominant personality of the Clark Kent/Superman character, but also more outgoing, aggressive, and assertive (more in line with George Reeves' portrayal on Adventures of Superman). This allowed a more natural romance to develop between Lois and Clark.
In 1990, Clark revealed his identity as Superman to Lois and proposed marriage. They began a long engagement, which was complicated by the death of Superman, a breakup and several other problems. At last, in 1996, Lois and Clark were married and Superman: The Wedding Album was released. The event coincided with the wedding of Clark and Lois on the television series Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
Comicsalliance.com wrote follow about Superman and Diana Prince romance: Wonder Woman and Superman have long seemed like they’d make a nice match — they both have blue eyes and blue-black hair, they’re both superheroes with similar powers, they wear matching costumes. But maybe they look a little too much alike to work? In any case, since one or both of them are usually romantically entangled elsewhere, any dalliances between Superman and Wonder Woman have been very brief and occurred in their pasts or in alternate timelines where Lois Lane is dead.
As previously mentioned, romances between Kal-El of Krypton and Diana of Themyscira have until recently been non-canonical, but they have happened. In 1998′s Superman: Distant Fires, Howard Chaykin, Gil Kane and Kevin Nowlan depicted a post-apocalyptic Earth where Superman and Wonder Woman were among the only survivors, and where they had a son who, like Kal-El, was eventually rocketed to another planet to save him from his homeworld’s destruction. In Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again, which also takes place in the future, Clark and Diana had a superpowered daughter called Lara, after Superman’s Kryptonian mother, whom they protected from the government. In typical Miller style, the relationship was memorably… intense: