Love and lust are within the air for Billy Eichner within the trailer for his romantic comedy, “Bros.”

Directed by Nicholas Stoller and due out this fall, “Bros” follows Bobby Leiber (Eichner), a podcaster who’s employed by a pair of film producers to jot down a script for a gay-centric romance that will probably be “one thing a straight man may like,” too.

After an sudden meet cute with a good-looking membership reveler, Aaron (Luke MacFarlane), Bobby finds himself in a steamy scenario, or two, and later questioning his professed self-reliance.

A lot of the early buzz on the movie, nevertheless, has pointed to its groundbreaking points. “Bros” is being touted as Hollywood’s first gay-inclusive rom-com to be launched by a significant studio. Its principal solid can be made up of completely LGBTQ actors, who play each queer and heterosexual characters.

Coproduced by Judd Apatow, the film additionally stars Ts Madison, Monica Raymund, Guillermo Díaz, Man Branum and Amanda Bearse.

Catch the “Bros” trailer under.

Although Eichner’s résumé has grown to incorporate plum roles in “Impeachment: American Crime Story” and Disney’s photorealistic remake of “The Lion King,” he considers “Bros” the work he’s most happy with thus far.

“What I wished most of all was to make an genuine, hilarious and heartfelt movie about what it’s wish to be a single grownup homosexual man trying a relationship in 2022,” Eichner, who co-wrote the movie’s script with Stoller, mentioned in a e mail assertion despatched to HuffPost.

“I’ve been an out performer because the first time I stepped on a comedy stage in New York over 20 years in the past, and whereas it’s insane to me that it took this lengthy to get this film made, it’s nonetheless extremely thrilling to me ― and an actual signal of progress ― that the identical studio making films like ‘Jurassic World’ and ‘The Fast and the Furious’ can be releasing this R-rated homosexual rom with an all LGBTQ+ solid, and with as a lot ardour and enthusiasm as they launch these different movies. It’s taken approach too lengthy.”

“Bros” hits theaters Sept. 30.