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Robert Pattinson's Cosmopolis Coming Sooner Than We Thought

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So close we can smell it!

And it smells like the finest film in all the land!

We are totes excited to watch Robert Pattinson sparkle in Cosmopolis, which opens in NYC and El Lay on August 17.

Everyone LOVED the David Cronenberg helmed flick at Cannes so we’re waiting in breathless anticipation to see what they're raving about.

Ch-Ch-Check out the weirdly wonderful trailer (above) for gigantic rats, naked chicks with guns, and more seksy and shirtless RPatz than Team Edward ever imagined possible!!!

[Video via Kinology.]

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7 comments to “Robert Pattinson's Cosmopolis Coming Sooner Than We Thought”

  1. sinainn says – reply to this


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    It's alread out here in Canada, it opened on June 8th…Maybe catch it when you're here for the MMVA's…BTW, I did background work on it and can be seen in the scene with the rats…Awesome 2 days of being in the same room as RPattz…lol

  2. mary says – reply to this


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    I am very excited to see this!



  3. 3

    I already seen it, it's better than Twilight.

  4. ann says – reply to this


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    I have seen this in Canada, Rob gives an amazing performance!



  5. 5

    god hes hideous!

  6. cayuga flash says – reply to this


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  7. cayuga flash says – reply to this


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    Re: crissybarrows – rob's character, eric packer, certainly can be contrued as "hideous", but i've read in reviews of rob's character presentation, that he, and his timing is perfect, manages to allow us to see just that glimpse of fatal recognition on eric's face as he makes that last choice…and in that instant, connects us with what's left of eric's humanity…brilliant!