'Californication' Star David Duchovny: I'd Go Gay for the Stars of 'Twilight'



"Californication" star David Duchovny said he would consider switching teams for veteran film director Woody Allen or the young hunks from the "Twilight" series, Hollywood Life reported Monday.

His revelation of his gay crushes came as Showtime's fourth season premiere of "Californication" -- the comedy which features Duchovny as an oversexed writer -- had its best season opener ever, with 848,000 viewers.

“If I were gay, you know. I think Woody Allen is one of a long list of men I might go gay for,” the former "X-Files" actor told the celebrity blog.

“Oh and anyone in the 'Twilight' movies. I don’t know any of their names, but all of them. The wolves, the vampires? They’re all fantastic," the 50-year-old added.

Duchovny's comments come just two years after he revealed he had separated from his wife, actress Tea Leoni, and checked into a rehab center to treat sex addiction.

The couple, who married in 1997 and have two children together, announced in 2009 that they had reconciled.