Our first look at the history making gay rom-com Bros, created by Billy Eichner, has dropped and it is giving us life.
The movie is set to make history with the gayest cast ever.
And the trailer is already proving that Bros is set to be a big hit this year.
Bros is set to make history
When Bros hits screens later this year it will be giving us a lot to celebrate.
Being released by Universal Studios will make it the first gay romantic comedy being released by a major studio, which is a big deal.
But Bros isn’t just serving us a cute gay straight-to-streaming film to watch at home.
It’s loud, proud, sassy and serious and it’s dropping into major mainstream cinemas and we are here for it.
Billy Eichner stars in the film with Luke Macfarlane (Brothers & Sisters) playing opposite him as his love interest.
Together they play “two gay men maybe, possibly, probably stumbling towards love. Maybe. They’re both very busy.”
Bros is set to be a hilarious and heartwarming comedy that is once again making new waves in mainstream cinema.
Our first look has arrived
Earlier this week the first look at the trailer for Bros dropped.
This two minute long insight into the film reveals something that is sharp, smart, funny, but also moving and real.
It is clear already that Eichner and Macfarlane serve as well placed leads in the film.
Billy Eichner delivers sharp, cutting, hilarious one liners one after the other, setting up this film as nothing short of hilarious.
However it’s also clear that with the largest LGBTQIA+ cast in history, every single character is going to make this film brilliant.
Each character, even the straight ones, will be played by LGBTQIA+ actors.
The film is set to star the likes of Amanda Bearse, Guillermo Diaz, Bowen Yanh, Harvey Feirstein and TS Madison.
Not to mention an appearance from Season 13 winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Symone.
Creating an inclusive and relatable movie was important for Billy Eichner.
“I wanted to make a movie that was hilarious and relatable to everyone. First and foremost I wanted to make a movie that felt authentic for the LGBTQ folks that the movie is about — and who have been so profoundly underserved by Hollywood over the years, particularly the major movie studios.”
Bros is set for a September release, watch the full trailer below.