Billy Eichner weighs in on ‘Bros’ disappointing field workplace debut
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Despite a constructive vital response, Billy Eichner’s movie “Bros” had a lackluster opening weekend on the field workplace.
The comic and actor took to Twitter to share his disappointment within the turnout and his satisfaction within the film, a romantic comedy.
“Last evening I snuck in and sat behind a bought out theater enjoying BROS in LA. The viewers howled with laughter begin to end, burst into applause on the finish, and a few had been wiping away tears as they walked out,” Eichner started a collection of tweets on Sunday. “It was actually magical. Really. I’m VERY pleased with this film.”
Eichner co-wrote and stars within the movie, the primary homosexual rom-com to be produced and distributed by a serious studio with a large theatrical launch. It can also be the primary to characteristic a wholly LGBTQ+ forged.
“Even with glowing opinions, nice Rotten Tomatoes scores, an A CinemaScore and many others, straight folks, particularly in sure elements of the nation, simply didn’t present up for Bros. And that’s disappointing however it’s what it’s,” Eichner wrote.
He inspired anybody who “who ISN’T a homophobic weirdo” to attempt to go see the movie.
“You can have a blast!” he wrote.
The film opened in fourth place, making $4.8 million opening weekend. It opened on 3,350 screens throughout the nation.