It was hooked up to monitors watching a couple on a date, including the one who is wearing a tiny, unnoticeable earpiece and listening to Chrissy give her own brand of original, non-traditional dating tips.
After a few hours of her advising singles at Au Fudge, a new restaurant in West Hollywood, it was clear she wasn’t a good choice. Not only did she have me nearly rolling on the floor with some of her suggestions for pick-up lines (An example: “I hate babies, don’t you?
Hence the idea for his feature debut, “Dating My Mother,” a heartfelt comedy with a fresh take on the mother/gay son relationship.
“I’ve always been fascinated by the bond between mothers and their gay sons, but I’ve never seen a relationship quite like my own depicted onscreen,” said Roma.
Since 2014, Kate Hudson was rumored to be dating singer Nick Jonas and record producer Diplo.
What it took Twitter to showcase is that Chrissy—model, mother, and wife of Oscar-winning singer-songwriter John Legend—is also hysterical.
A few years ago she tweeted, “I always have a note in my pocket that says “john did it” just I case I’m murdered because I don’t want him to remarry #truelove #tips.”When she was pregnant with her daughter Luna, she wrote, “I need a bikini wax but I feel like I should wait for my epidural because THAT IS GENIUS???
“Typically, gay men have been portrayed as deviant, weak, or dangerous, while their mothers have been castrating, icy, or evil.
I wanted to break these stereotypes and show that a mother and son can be close without being Oedipal.” READ MORE: LGBT Superheroes: Why ‘Wonder Woman’ Could Never Have Been The Lesbian Avenger We Still Need Influenced by the Duplass brothers, Lena Dunham, and Jill Soloway, Roma borrowed elements of his own life for the story.