While we called Bros the best rom-com we’ve seen in at least the last decade (if not longer), the film's star, writer and executive producer, Billy Eichner said it’s “disappointing” that straight people in certain areas of the U.S. would not support the movie.
Bros, which its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), co-written and starring Billy Eichner, is the best rom-com of the last decade, if not longer.
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Billy Eichner (Photo: Getty Images) Billy Eichner was fortunately not injured Monday when a Boar’s Head truck slammed into his trailer on the set of Difficult People in New York. He was inside the trailer at the time of the crash. Well my Difficult People trailer was hit by a large Boar’s Head truck & I was thrown into the wall & across the room. I’m ok.
Terrell Owens and Billy Eichner hit up New Yorkers to perform their touchdown dance (Photo: Stuart Ramson/AP Images for Butterfinger)
Actors will tell you time and time again that New York City is a great place to film a project — because the average New Yorker couldn’t give a rat’s pizza slice that they’re shooting there. A Yankee roaming the street (or this season, especially, a Met) might be something to get excited about. But one of “the world’s biggest movie stars?” Nah.