‘Bros’ Trailer: Billy Eichner’s History-Making Gay Rom-Com Arrives This September

This being Pride Month, Universal is jumping in with both feet in promoting Billy Eichner’s new comedy, Bros. The rom-com not only stars Eichner, but he co-wrote the script and acts alongside an entirely LGBTQ cast, so you can see why the studio might want to put some shine on this one.

Joining Eichner in this groundbreaking comedy are Forgetting Sarah Marshall director Nicholas Stoller, who co-wrote the script. Judd Apatow also lends his powerhouse comedic muscle as a producer.

Eichner stars alongside Luke Macfarlane as two gay men who may or may not be falling in love. Also in the cast are Ts Madison, Monica Raymond, Guillermo Diaz, Guy Branum, Harvey Fierstein, Dot-Marie Jones, and Amanda Bearse. “SNL” star Bowen Yang also co-stars with Jim Rash, Harvey Fierstein, and Eve Lindley.

Bros opens in theaters on September 30th.

 

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