billy eichner is back on the street for the first time billy on the street video in three years. While the series is no longer airing as an episodic TV show, Eichner has kept the show going with new videos posted online, though the last one was in late 2019. To promote his new movie brothersEichner has been associated with Paul Rudd for a new billy on the street video, this time encouraging passers-by to watch his new movie. You can watch the new video below.
“Hey guys, I’m Billy, I’m back here on the street with the famous and beloved straight man Paul Rudd. Let’s spread the word about my new movie brothers”, says Eichner in the video.
From there, the pair reach out to a variety of people as they ask them to watch the film. As is often the case with billy on the street, these encounters quickly become awkward most of the time. That includes a man asking if Rudd can physically take him to the movies to see it, and the Ant Man the star actually gives him a lift. At another point, Eichner can be seen marching down the sidewalk with “a bunch of wild lesbians” to encourage other passersby to watch. brothers on September 30, some of them shouted about their desire to see him in exchange for a dollar.
Billy Eichner is very proud of his brothers
brothers is directed by Nicholas Stoller, who co-wrote the film with Eichner. Eichner, who is also an executive producer, plays the lead role of Bobby Lieber, a gay man hired to write a romantic comedy about a gay couple. His life changes completely when he meets a “macho” lawyer named Aaron (Luke Macfarlane). The first gay romantic comedy from a major studio to feature an all-LGBTQ+ main cast, the film also stars Ts Madison, Monica Raymund, Guillermo Diaz, Guy Branum, Amanda Bearse, Bowen Yang and Jim Rash.
“I feel a responsibility for it to do well,” Eichner told Variety of the film ahead of its world premiere at TIFF. “I’ve worked really hard on it, I care a lot about it, and I want it to do well for the sake of LGBTQ stories getting the green light.”
He added: “I told myself to look around and appreciate how rare and magical this moment is because you’re making a movie that looks and feels like all the rom-coms you grew up loving, but you’re doing it like a man. gay. And this isn’t an indie movie. It’s not some streaming thing that feels throwaway, or that’s like one of a million Netflix shows. I needed to appreciate that. This is a historic moment, and in a way, you’re in the center. of it. You helped create it.
brothers It will be released in theaters worldwide on September 30, 2022. You can check out the official trailer and synopsis for the film below.
This fall, Universal Pictures proudly presents the first romantic comedy from a major studio about two gay men who maybe, possibly, probably stumble toward love. Maybe. They are both very busy. From the ferocious comic mind of Billy Eichner (2019’s Billy on the Street, The Lion King, Difficult People, Impeachment: American Crime Story) and the brilliance of filmmakers Nicholas Stoller (the Neighbors films, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and Judd Apatow (The King of Staten Island, Trainwreck, The Big Sick), comes Bros, a smart, sweeping and heartfelt comedy about how hard it is to find another tolerable human being to live life with.