They weren’t kidding. The upcoming gay romantic comedy “BROS” starring Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane made noise a couple months ago about casting LOTS of queer actors in all roles. And they’ve made good on that. Joining a supporting cast that already includes “Scandal” star Guillermo Diaz, Symone from “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Ts Madison (“Zola”), Miss Lawrence (“Star”) and stand-up comic Guy Branum (“Q-Force”), the call sheet has fully expanded with news of queer actors Monica Raymund (“Chicago Fire”), Peter Kim (“The 40 Year-Old Version”) and Benito Skinner (the upcoming “Queer as Folk” reboot) on board alongside “SNL” star Bowen Yang, trans actors Becca Blackwell (“Sort Of”) and Eve Lindley (“Dispatches from Elsewhere”), “Glee” star Dot Marie Jones, Oscar-winning screenwriter/actor Jim Rash (“American Housewife”), legendary lesbian Amanda Bearse (“Married with Children”) and the queerest elder queer of all time, Harvey Fierstein. That’s how you do some representation and why isn’t this movie already in front of our eyes?
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