Adam Devine has been one A-list actor that many of us gay dudes have been crushing on for years.
He’s adorable dimples, cute smile and hilarious persona has caught our eyes on the small screen and big, including his performances on Comedy Central’s Workaholics and the Pitch Perfect movie series.
His latest film, Isn’t It Romantic, reunites him once again with his Pitch Perfect costar Rebel Wilson, who finds herself trapped in a romantic comedy after being stuck in a less than stellar life. And yes, he’s super cute in this one too (saw the film last week).
One thing that makes Adam even more likable is that he’s aware of his gay following… and he’s more than fine with it.
Adam did an interview with NewNowNext about his new film and other aspects about his life and career, where the topic of said gay following was brought up.
“Yeah, totally, and it’s very flattering to have that support,” he said in his response to his awareness about his gay following. “It’s funny because my first manager, TV producer Eddie October, is gay. After seeing me do a stand-up set at the Hollywood Improv Comedy Club when I was 21, he came up to me, like, ‘You’re going to be a star.’”
“He was putting together this all-gay stand-up show that I couldn’t do because I’m a straight boy, but he wanted to make a tape of me doing stand-up, so we filmed my set at The Abbey in front of an all-gay audience,” Adam continued. “It was an awesome experience. Afterward, he was like, ‘You have no idea how many gay fans you’re going to have.’ He called it.”
Isn’t It Romantic is currently in theaters.