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Now every single gal in a big city (at least according to Hollywood!) needs a trusting gay who will “tell her like it is!”

In the star-studded romantic comedy, He’s Just Not That Into You, Drew Barrymore is surrounded by a gaggle of gay co-workers who dish out their “queen-like” advice: from My So-Called Life alum Wilson Cruz to Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants stud Leonardo Nam.

But while we love seeing Cruz and Nam in the film, we know many are upset that they are playing stereotypical characters, which Cruz denies.

“I didn’t swish, my wrists were intact and I think I spoke without a lisp,” he tells Queerty. “I wasn’t playing a stereotype. I’d love to know what I did that was stereotypical.”

And while Blindie applauds the film for hiring some of our favorite ethnic actors, we’re still wondering why one of the lead male characters couldn’t also be ethnic!

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It took Blindie a few weeks to realize that the men in Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 were by far more yummy than the four lead actresses. Case in point: Korean-Australian actor Leonardo Nam, who played Amber Tamblyn’s love, Brian McBrian.

The Argentina-born, Australia-bred actor, who actually appeared in the first installment of the franchise, usually plays stoner, gamer types, like his characters in the first Sisterhood film and The Perfect Score with Scarlett Johansson.

Nam’s physical transformation from slightly chubby gaming fanatic to leading heartthrob (complete with abs, pecs and an insanely chiseled face) caught Blindie by surprise. His character even took Tamblyn’s character’s virginity–talk about upgrading from smoking pot to sex pot!

Up next for Nam: 2009’s He’s Just Not That Into You with Ginnifer Goodwin and Drew Barrymore.

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