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Robert Pattinson On Set of 'Cosmopolis'!

Robert Pattinson On Set of 'Cosmopolis'!

Robert Pattinson suits up as he walks to the set of his new film, Cosmopolis, on Sunday (May 29) in Toronto, Canada.

The 24-year-old Twilight star filmed scenes with his co-stars Sarah Gadon and Kevin Durand at a local diner.

Robert is playing Eric Packer, a “financial wunderkind,” in the film based on Don DeLillo’s novel of the same name.

The David Cronenberg-directed drama will hit theaters sometime next year!

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134 Responses to “Robert Pattinson On Set of 'Cosmopolis'!”

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  1. 51
    andie Says:

    Love Robert! Such a lovely, humble, down to earth young man and he is pretty hot too!!!!

  2. 52
    Murray Says:

    Cant wait to see what this great collaboration will be like on screen. Great role for Rob and a genius director.

  3. 53
    Murray Says:

    Cant wait to see what this great collaboration will be like on screen. Great role for Rob and a genius director.

  4. 54
    tammy Says:

    Congrats on the huge success of WFE Rob and everybody else involved. I thought it was a wonderful movie with an old hollywood charm thats been missing for a long time! Cosmopolis looks very interesting to me. A completely different genre for Rob. Nice to see him mixing up his roles a bit and pushing himself. Best of luck with this Rob!

  5. 55
    jamie Says:

    He looks so hot.

  6. 56
    hey fangirls Says:

    You can’t “contort” numbers. Numbers don’t lie.
    WFE was NOT a success.
    They more you claim otherwise, the more ridiculous you sound.

  7. 57
    Jones Says:

    @gg:
    This only proves that you are a stupid troll . Bye.

  8. 58
    flat Says:

    @-: well you missed the best part, because the elephant gets the last laugh on august.

  9. 59
    flat Says:

    @@3: well you need to tell the hollywood reporter, and box office mojo that.

  10. 60
    Lynn Says:

    People who believe WFE is not a success, I want to order what you’re drinking :)

  11. 61
    hmmm Says:

    @hey fangirls: well i guess forbes turned into a big fangirl then. along with other media publications .

  12. 62
    @59 Says:

    The numbers that were quoted that prove WFE was NOT a success came directly from Box Office Mojo.
    Doing “better than expected” is just a polite way of saying that they got more than they expected from a movie with such a weak leading man.

  13. 63
    @62 Says:

    no words……**facepalm**

  14. 64
    what? Says:

    @@3: your logic really makes no sense. if that was the case more then half of the movies out wouldnt been seen as a success. for example, no one knows the real budget of avatar, but many outlets reported it reached a little over 500 million, domestically it didn’t make a billion dollars. does that mean that movie wasnt a sucess? note im not comparing wfe to avatar, the two movies arent even in the same spectrum, but according to your logic avatar wouldnt be seen as a success.

  15. 65
    sd Says:

    @RobOnly: R/K do not compete vs each other. Kristen does indie films and mostly for the art. indeed her films are not blockbusters (other than Twilight) and she acknowledges that many people didn’t see her indie films. However most of them have recovered or broken even for production costs. Indie films cannot compete because of limited movie theatre distributions. There are big stars with flops incl Angelina, Reese, even Brad and Johnny Depp have flops; but they are artists nonetheless. Kristen is very intelligent and still maturing. All the fuzz overwhelmed her young mind in the past, but as you may notice these days, she has tempered her flipping days. She’s being smart. Rob admires her inner soul, her intelligence and simplicity. No matter what peeps want Robert to be – sophisticated, get-over-Kristen; he is his own person and respectful of Kristen. Do not try to make Rob anything he’s not or he himself says he’s not (philandering…). They may not end up together for a long time, but Rob and Kris are very loving of each other. They have desire to be together as photos show, leave them be.

  16. 66
    Kate Says:

    Pattinson had a birthday this month and is now 25.

  17. 67
    Calculator Says:

    105 million dollars (and rising) from a 38 million dollar budget is most definitely a success!!!! Its crazy trying to say its not….Nobody will be convinced by your attempts at undermining what everyone knows is a big box office profit. Millions of dollars profit!!! Millions! Maybe some people need to go back to school and learn how to add or actually get a clue!

  18. 68
    cups Says:

    I’m glad Water for Elephants did so well! Looking forward to seeing Cosmopolis. Great part for Rob and great opportunity to do something different with Mr Cronenberg. Its certain to be interesting. Best of luck in the future Rob. You have a lot of good people supporting you!

  19. 69
    sharon Says:

    @@3: first
    of all wfe only cost $18 million to make not the amount that you
    have written, and they expected it to do as well as it did, and it
    did better then even they thought.

    Remember WFE was a period piece……The younger generation
    probably was not into it,, but it was a good movie and I think he
    was very good in it..

    Also did you know that he co-produced Remember Me, the only
    people that did not like this movie were the critics, and they did
    not like it because of the ending………………

  20. 70
    LALA Says:

    he’s my toy.

  21. 71
    *sigh* Says:

    Do you children believe that studios get every penny of the box office take?
    If you do, you aren’t just in denial, you are dumber than rocks.
    FACTS:
    Studios get approximately ONE HALF of the box office take in the US. They considerably LESS in ‘foreign’ markets. Sometimes as little as 5-10%. that’s why a film’s success is calculated using domestic receipts. They have to take in twice as much domestically to make back their money. Foreign market take will be used to recoup advertising costs, premiere expenses, etc., which are not considered in the budget amount.
    In other words, WFE cannot be considered a box office success. PERIOD. If you enjoyed it, fine, Great. Fantastic! That’s all that really matters, right? But don’t try to make it anything that it is not. When the numbers are staring you in the face, denying them just makes you look stupid.
    here’s a link to Box Office Mojo for you….if they allow it. If not, just go to boxofficemojo.com, and run a search.
    Any further denials will just seem pathetic and desperate.
    http://boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=waterforelephants.htm

  22. 72
    Gena Says:

    I LIkE him as actor! And of course his look!

  23. 73
    gg Says:

    71 is absolutely right. The breakdown is: $38 million budget, plus marketing and advertising raises that to probably around $45 million. So far WFE has grossed $54 million domestically, but you the studio only sees HALF of that, so around $27 million dollars. The other half goes to the theaters. And yes, they do not see much of the foreign gross.

    So the studio put in over $40 million and so far only recouped $27 million.

    It’s not being a hater. It’s just the facts. If you liked the movie and you like the actor, more power to you.

  24. 74
    SweetLips Says:

    I love how people are hating this guy. I’m not a fan but apprently he’s getting the best jobs in Hollywood… I guess for a reason? Gus Van Sant recently said that he wanted to work with Robert Pattinson. Crazy huh? Well David Cronenberg hired him. Congrats to him.

  25. 75
    gen Says:

    ugly

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