On Twitter, Billy Eichner was made fun of when he said that "straight people" didn’t go see his movie and that "homophobes" should stay away.

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"Bros," which was made by Judd Apatow and starred the comedian, was a flop at the box office.

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The Hollywood Reporter says that the movie cost $22 million to make but only made $4.8 million in its first weekend.

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Before the movie came out, the actor talked about how well it was getting reviewed and made fun of people who hadn’t seen it.

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"Sorry, homophobes!" he wrote on Twitter more than once. When "Bros" came out, he told "homophobes" again not to see it.

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Tonight, everyone who isn’t a weird homophobe should go see BROS. You’ll have a great time! And seeing this story on a big screen is special and powerful,

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especially for queer people who don’t get this chance very often. I really like this movie a lot. GO, BROS!!! " He sent out a tweet.

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Several people on Twitter made fun of the actor for scaring people away and then being upset when they didn’t go see the movie.

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Noam Blum, who works for Tablet Magazine, sent out a sarcastic tweet. "HAHA SUCK IT HOMOPHOBES!" he wrote, adding,

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"WTF didn’t the homophobes see my movie?" Wait. What film? What do they have against us now?’

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