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Director: Nicholas Stoller
Writers: Billy Eichner, Nicholas Stoller
Stars: Bowen Yang, Luke Macfarlane, Harvey Fierstein

We’ve been hearing about Billy Eichner’s gay rom-com “Bros 2022” since 2019, but thanks to the pandemic, only now can we finally see the fruits of his labor. Believe it or not, thanks to “Bros,” Eichner is now the first openly gay man to co-write and star in a major studio film, and “Bros” is the first major studio film to feature an openly LGBTQ+ main cast.

It is truly amazing that it has taken this long to reach this milestone, but the glass ceilings are breaking. Joining Eichner is a pretty stacked cast that includes Luke Macfarlane, Jim Rash, Bowen Yang, Guillermo Diaz, TS Madison, Harvey Fierstein, Symone, Guy Branum, Eve Lindley, Miss Lawrence, D’Lo Srijaerajah, Benito Skinner, Peter Kim Justin Covington. , Becca Blackwell and the incomparable Dot-Marie Jones.




The first look at “Bros” was screened at CinemaCon, and while we can’t share new footage or footage, we can tell you what we saw.

Billy Eichner took to the stage with the exact kind of energy you’d expect from someone known for shoving a microphone in strangers’ faces as he yelled “NAME A WOMAN!” during his popular game show “Billy on the Street.” Of course, he had to exaggerate the fact that “Bros” is the first gay romantic comedy made by a major studio, describing the film as “the hottest thing to hit Vegas since, right here on this stage, Lady Gaga once had sex.” with Tony Bennett.” Oh, Billy.

“I think it’s important that before we have a movie about a gay couple, we have two movies about a talking hedgehog,” he said, throwing a not-so-subtle tone to Paramount’s blue blur movie, “Sonic the Hedgehog.” Look, he’s obviously kidding, but that’s a genuinely depressing reality when you hear it out loud.

“Bros” is not only the first major gay romantic comedy, but it’s also the first major studio film with an all-LGBTQIA+ cast, with even the straight roles played by gay actors. Straight people are notorious for playing gay, and with few exceptions, gay actors aren’t even given the chance to be considered for straight roles. “Representation matters,” he said. “Our first priority was to make a fun movie.” Oh thank God. As any queer moviegoer will tell you, there are some unfunny, busted queer comedies out there that take pride in featuring openly queer actors.

“This movie, I know it’s weird to say about my own movie, but we’ve been seeing people see the first screenings of my own movie, and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen,” Eichner said. “It’s not about homosexuals suffering a tragedy, it’s about them finding someone they can tolerate and live life with.” THANK YOU. GOD. WE’VE HAD ENOUGH SAD GAYS ALREADY! “One of the most exciting moments of my whole damn life is being able to stand here and take the first look,” he says, before showing the first images of the relatively secretive “Bros.”



The footage is a variety of moments, similar to a trailer. It begins by showing Billy Eichner’s character hosting a podcast. “Big movie producers came to me and said we wanted you to write a romantic comedy about a gay couple,” the character says of him. “Love is love is love is bulls ***”. Wow, look at you, meta romantic comedy! At another point, he says “Our sex lives are different” and cuts him off by sending a butt picture to a Tinder date…who immediately blocks him. Shortly after, a moment is shown where two guys are fucking a third man, who appears to be Eichner’s date. In the middle of the mouth business, Eichner deadpans, “I’m going to go.”

Then he meets a guy at a club who says, “I like someone who’s physically frail and won’t stop talking,” which sounds like my college roommate’s Grindr profile bio. (He lies, he is the fragile one who does not shut up). After this scene, there’s a board meeting for LGBTQIA+ representation where actor Jim Rash and a woman say, “Remember straight people? They had a good run.” This joke rules because it sounds like something gay people would actually joke about and not like a “gay joke” written by straight people… which means insecure straight people are going to have a shitty fit when it comes out . RIGHT.

While an official plot synopsis has yet to be released, “Bros” has been described as “a smart, emotional, heartfelt comedy about two gay men who maybe, possibly, probably stumble toward love. Maybe.”

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