Billy Eichner’s LGBTQ+ romantic comedy explores modern dating

A new Bros trailer arrives showing Billy Eichner as a gay man struggling to navigate the dating world in a historic LGBTQ+ rom-com.

Billy Eichner is just trying to find love in a new Brothers trailer. Eichner leads the cast of the historic LGBTQ+ romantic comedy alongside Luke Macfarlane, TS Madison, Monica Raymund, Guillermo Díaz, Guy Branum, Amanda Bearse, Jim Rash, Bowen Yang, Miss Lawrence and Harvey Fierstein. Brothers is not only a rare gay rom-com from a major studio, but is also the first to feature an all-LGBTQ+ main cast.

Development on Brothers was first announced in early 2019 when Eichner partnered with Neighbors and Forget Sarah Marshall director Nicholas Stoller to co-write and direct the romantic comedy at Universal Pictures with Judd Apatow producing the film. Following various delays due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the filming of Brothers would eventually begin in mid-2021 in New York City, with its LGBTQ+ casting announced a few months later. Although originally slated for an August release, Brothers is set to arrive in September, and audiences get a new look at the upcoming film.


While there are still a few months before the movie hits theaters, Universal images revealed a new Brothers trailer. The video shows Billy Eichner’s Bobby, a cynical homosexual struggling to find love in an increasingly progressive world. Check out the new trailer below:

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Source: Universal

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