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Breaking Dawn News: Robert Pattinson And Cosmopolis Director Together Again

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David Cronenberg And Robert Pattinson Cosmopolis Cannes Will Worth Together Again

Our little Edward is all grown up!

Not too long after revealing director David Cronenberg is the man who gave him the “balls” and confidence for serious acting, Robert Pattinson announces the two are ready to collaborate again!

They were the best of pals at Cannes this week for the premiere of the well-received Cosmopolis, and Rob spoke of his eagerness to begin their next project:

"I'm filming another movie with Cronenberg but I don't know when he wants to start filming… It's going to be his first one in France and he promises it's going to be very strange."

We are probably not talking “sparkle in the sunlight” strange.

When Cronenberg's movies get weird we see giant beetles giving assassination orders out of their anus or James Spader having sex with a scar on Rosanna Arquette’s leg.

Oh, boy. This could get interesting!!

Do U think they should bring KStew into their next project?

She DOES keep mentioning a burning sensation when she pees desire to work with her boy toy again!!

[Image via Andrea Raffin/WENN.]

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2 comments to “Breaking Dawn News: Robert Pattinson And Cosmopolis Director Together Again”

  1. sue says – reply to this


    1

    So glad Rob is working with Cronenberg on another movie. Great news.

  2. mary says – reply to this


    2

    This sounds awesome. Rob is choosing great projects and directors to work with.