Bros is the charming and progressive new rom-com from the powerhouse duo of writer/actor Billy Eichner and producer Judd Apatow (Knocked Up; Bridesmaids). The movie melds an inclusive message with the age-old story of a devoted bachelor stumbling across Mr. Right – but can he make it work?
Eichner plays said bachelor Bobby, the neurotic curator of a brand new History of LGBTQ museum in New York. When he meets the buff Aaron (Luke Macfarlane) at a club night, the two immediately hit it off – but is Bobby ready to settle down and come to terms with his status as a gay man who's willing to get hitched?
Watch what happened when Eichner and Macfarlane decided to play along to a hilarious game of Mr and Mr in our Cineworld interview. Their chemistry is plain to see and it even gets a bit competitive...
We also caught up with the movie's director Nicholas Stoller who explains how it's taken five years to get Bros onto the big screen.