Gus Kenworthy Says A Gay Kiss Was Cut From ’80s For Brady’
If you bought tickets for 80 For Brady look forward to seeing you, Gus Kenworthyand gay kisses, you only have two out of three. In an interview with Diversityformer Olympic freestyle skier says he filmed a scene for 80 For Brady in which he can be seen “made out” with M3GAN actor and comedian Brian Jordan Alvarez—but that kiss was not included in the final edit.
“They said they had to cut time, but I think they cut time for Central America,” says Kenworthy. Kenworthy said Diversity that he and Alvarez, who plays his boyfriend in the film, filmed more and more steamy kissing scenes. Kenworthy said: “They used the script for one shoot, but then we did it like four or five times, where we just insulted each other and then made up. “
80 For Brady The Fifth Season production company confirmed that the film was cut about 20 minutes before it hit theaters, “including key scenes with the cast, along with guest appearances such as Gus and Brian’s kiss scene. ” However, Season Five stated that the gay makeup was left on the cutting room floor “purely for pacing reasons.”
“We appreciate and celebrate the contributions of the filmmakers and all of the incredible talent involved in the film, including members of the LGBTQ community,” the statement read. per Entertainment Weekly. “We are deeply committed to meeting the needs of each individual film while maintaining our values as a holistic studio.”
80 For Brady star Sally’s Field, Lily, Jane FondaAnd Rita Moreno as four friends in their eighties who are just bewildered about the recently retired midfielder Brave cat. Kenworthy, who came out as gay in 2015, is no stranger to kissing men on screen, make headlines for kissing his then boyfriend Matt Wilkas at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Since then, Kenworthy has taken a break from skiing and appeared in television projects including will and grace And American Horror Story: 1984. In an interview with EverybodyKenworthy reveals that he’s officially made an acting mistake and would love to star in an LGBTQ-themed romance a la Billy Eichner’s brothers.
“I love romantic comedies — to this day, they still sound like my favorites,” Kenworthy said. “I just think it’s a great recipe and I would love to be in it and star in a romantic comedy, but also [to] Being gay would be a dream. watch Forty for Kenworthy to a theater near you.