Adrien Brody would be "disappointed" if gay men did not flirt with him.
The Oscar-winning actor - who plays a homosexual in 1997's "The Last Time I Committed Suicide" - insists he doesn't mind attracting attention from other men.
When asked if guys still hit on him in an interview by gay magazine The Advocate, the star answered: "I guess I'd be disappointed if they didn't."
Adrien - who has also starred in movies including "The Pianist" and "King Kong" - also revealed he sometimes hangs out in gay bars.
He added: "I did hang out in that world. But, I mean, I've gone to gay bars before. It's not like that's something I would only enter for a role."
"Obviously I'm not there to pick up anybody, but I'm not afraid to hang out in a predominantly gay establishment."
Later in the interview, Adrien reportedly seemed uncomfortable with the questions he was asked.
When quizzed if he would have kissed a male actor if they had presented him with his Academy Award instead of Halle Berry, he replied: "That's a pretty silly question. No, obviously not."
Adrien's new film "The Brothers Bloom" is released in January next year.