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WATCH: Billy Eichner Wants to Give You the Gay Orgy You Deserve in NSFW ‘Bros’ Trailer

Woof!

By |2022-05-18T16:49:53-04:00May 18th, 2022|National, News|

Justice for gay sex that looks like gay sex! 

Billy Eichner is on it, and in the R-rated red-band trailer for “Bros,” which debuted today and will easily be the gayest thing you’ve seen all day, he’s already delivering on that promise. 

And with “Brothers and Sisters” star Luke MacFarlane, no less.

In the sexy, stripped-down clip, MacFarlane is as naked as you can be in a mainstream rom-com trailer, but it’s not all those muscles (though it’s that too, woof) — it’s the two guys going down at him at the same time that feels revelatory and long overdue. 

“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,” Eichner wrote in a letter sent to LGBTQ+ “media elites” who got an exclusive preview of the trailer on May 17. 

“To that end, I asked that LGBTQ+ folks and media outlets be given this exclusive first look at the film,” he added. 

In the letter, Eichner notes that “Bros,” which is directed by Nicholas Stoller and produced by Judd Apatow, is the first major studio film with an all LGBTQ+ cast in every single role, “even the straight ones.” Eichner, known for “Billy on the Street,” co-wrote and stars in the film, making him the first openly gay man to ever do so for a major studio movie. He called this noteworthy milestone “bizarre and infuriating but somehow true.” In addition to Eichner, the movie stars Ts Madison, Monica Raymund, Guillermo Díaz, Guy Branum, Amanda Bearse. Bowen Yang, Jim Rash, Harvey Fierstein, Dot-Marie Jones and Jai Rodriguez will also appear. 

In theaters Sept. 30 via Universal Pictures, “Bros” is an “authentic, hilarious and heartfelt film about what it’s like to be a single adult gay man attempting a relationship in 2022,” he wrote. “I’m prouder of it than anything I’ve ever done — and I hope you’ll be proud of it too.” 

About the Author:

Chris Azzopardi is the Editorial Director of Pride Source Media Group and Q Syndicate, the national LGBTQ wire service. He has interviewed a multitude of superstars, including Cher, Meryl Streep, Mariah Carey and Beyoncé. His work has also appeared in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, GQ and Billboard. Reach him via Twitter @chrisazzopardi.