The Bros are finally coming to your home!
Peacock announced today that it will be the first official streaming home of Billy Eichner's gay romantic comedy Bros when the film will begin streaming on the platform exclusively on December 2.
Written by Eichner and Nicholas Stoller, and directed by Stoller, Bros was produced by Judd Apatow and starred Eichner along with an all-LGBTQ+ principal cast including Luke Macfarlane, TS Madison, Miss Lawrence, Symone, Guillermo Diaz, Monica Raymund, Jim Rash, Guy Branum, Dot-Marie Jones, Bowen Yang, and more.
The movie followed Bobby (Eichner) a jaded podcaster working to help open an LGBTQ+ history museum who meets a guy who's normally not his type (Macfarlane) and learns to open up to love.
While the movie didn't meet box office expectations, it did receive rave reviews from critics and audiences. Despite critical acclaim when it premiered at TIFF, the movie grossed just over $14.6 million worldwide on a budget of $30 million for production and $40 million for publicity.
Out called the movie "nonstop hilarious" and said that Eichner was "a total stud in his first starring film role." The movie currently has an 88 percent "Fresh" score from critics on Rotten Tomatoes and an even higher 90 percent audience score. So if you haven't seen it yet, chances are you'll love it when you do.
For all of you who missed Bros when it was in theaters, now's your chance to catch it when it premieres on Peacock on December 2.
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