If you’re a fan of going to the movies, then you HAVE to go see Bro’s, opening this weekend in movie theaters nationwide. With the slogan being “a boy meets bro love story,” the film serves as the perfect mix of romance and comedy, centered around relationships within the LGBTQ+ space while giving audiences an inside scoop into how difficult dating may be within the gay and bi community. 

Presented by Universal Pictures, Bro’s is the brainchild of director Nicholas Stoller, whose original idea stems from a screenplay he co-wrote with Billy Eichner (who stars and executive produces). Not only does the film boast a slew of incredible talent — including Luke Macfarlane, Bowen Yang, Harvey Fierstein, Luke Macfarlane, Ts Madison, Monica Raymund, Guillermo Díaz, Guy Branum, Amanda Bearse, and Jim Rash — but it also serves as the first gay romantic comedy to feature an all LGBTQ cast. N092822A-1393.JPG

Sheen had the pleasure of covering the movie’s official red carpet and screening event in Los Angeles, taking place at Regal LA Live in downtown Los Angeles, across the street where the Lakers play. The carpet itself was themed with nothing but love, as the beautiful actors and actresses walked down the carpet and expressed their excitement for people to watch the masterpiece on the big screen.

The main plot surrounds a podcaster named Bobby Lieber who’s dedicated his entire life to opening up this LGBTQ+ museum. Suddenly, he meets Aaron, as both try to navigate the ropes of dating with commitment issues.

The film is hilarious, relatable, and completely necessary for the LGBTQ+ community.N092822A-1233.JPG

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