Bros stars Ts Madison (left) and Miss Lawrence (right) tell EW they think a major studio rom-com about a trans woman or a non-binary person could be in the works.
The actors star in Bros, a romance comedy about two gay men with commitment issues who attempt a relationship.
Despite tremendous marketing and promotion, the movie flopped at the box office this weekend. Bros took in only $4.8 million over the 3-day weekend. The movie’s budget was $22 million.
Still, Ts Madison (pictured) and Lawrence believe a rom-com movie featuring a transgender or non-binary lead character could work.
“I do think there will be moments like this, where there’s a trans story, a love story, there’s a gender-non-binary love story that happens,” says Lawrence.
“I think what this movie serves as endless opportunities for what we can become and what we now will look like in film.”
Lawrence, a non-binary gay man, would love to see a non-binary actor “fall in love with a piece of trade, honey… Fall in love with a fierce piece of trade, chile, and then the trade decides that… I tried this, and I think I like it.”
“Trade” is defined as heterosexual men who are intimate with gay men for money.
Madison, a male-to-female trans, also dreams of starring in a rom-com movie as the lead character.
“Imagine me as Julia Roberts, honey! And my knight in shining armor pulls up in a limousine and takes me home,” Madison said.
Bros star Billy Eichner agreed that if straight audiences show up for Bros, there will be a “Ts Madison rom-com and a Miss Lawrence rom-com” in the theaters.
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