Robert Pattinson contemplates life in new poster for Cosmopolis

Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis UK poster

If you haven’t gotten sick of all the excessive stories about Robert Pattinson in David Cronenberg’s upcoming thriller COSMOPOLIS, then snaps to you. I feel like I’ve written a massive amount of stories about Robert Pattinson’s solo film adventure but that won’t stop me from revealing yet another look at COSMOPOLIS. Today I reveal to you the United Kingdom’s poster that displays Robert Pattinson sitting in his limo while chaos looks to be breaking out all around him. It’s a neat poster and I will admit that Robert Pattinson actually looks good in this pose.

COSMOPOLIS is based off the novel by Don DeLillo and follows billionaire Eric Packer (Robert Pattinson) who bets his entire fortune against the Yen, loses all his money, has physical relations with various women, and must avoid a stalker who he believes is intent on murdering him. Oh, and all this happens within a 24 hour time period. COSMOPOLIS is directed by David Cronenberg and stars: Robert Pattinson, Jay Baruchel, Paul Giamatti, Kevin Durand, Juliette Binoche, Samantha Morton, Mathieu Amalric and Sarah Gadon. Still no word on when COSMOPOLIS will be released in theaters, but I would guess we’ll see it sometime this fall.

If you can’t get enough of Robert Pattinson then you are in luck. The actor has recently signed onto MISSION: BLACKLIST as well as THE ROVER and of course he will be reprising his role as Edward Cullen alongside Kristen Stewart in the fourth and final film THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2 which comes to theaters on November 16th, 2012. Robert Pattinson is everywhere these days and whether or not he succeeds in COSMOPOLIS is irrelevant because David Cronenberg is an artsy type of director and sometimes his films work and sometimes they are just odd. So if COSMOPOLIS fails we probably won’t be able to blame everything on Robert Pattinson, unless he just really stinks up the screen. (Kinopoisk)

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