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Watch Robert Pattinson in High Life on digital now!

Watch Robert Pattinson in High Life on digital now!

Did everyone get a chance to see High Life?? Now you can stream it in your own home!
According to A24, the film is available on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, FandangoNow, and Xbox.

Prepare for oblivion!
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NEW STILLS: Robert Pattinson pondering his situation in Damsel, in US theaters June 22nd!

NEW STILLS: Robert Pattinson pondering his situation in Damsel, in US theaters June 22nd!

Damsel Movie shared some new stills with Rob fan accounts and they're great! Check them out!

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These aren't new but they're HQ from the Damsel website.
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Official poster in HQ
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Damsel is out in the US on June 22nd in LA and NYC! Click HERE to see when the movie hits your town.

Source: Damsel Movie via PAW | RobsFootsteps | adoringRP | RPWW

MOVIE NEWS: Damsel has a US release date and Claire Denis talks about Robert Pattinson

MOVIE NEWS: Damsel has a US release date and Claire Denis talks about Robert Pattinson 

Damsel has a US release date so strap on your cowboy boots and be sure to support! Is that the right mood for us? I don't own cowboy boots. I don't even have a hat. I'll just have to wear jeans and shirt and go see Rob and Buttercup.

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Damsel opens June 22nd in US theaters. 

Claire Denis also had a fun anecdote about Rob regarding working with him for High Life.

Excerpt from The Guardian:
The actor she’s enthused about now is Robert Pattinson, who stars in her upcoming High Life, an English-language drama set in space. She didn’t choose Pattinson, she says, although she’s rated him since Twilight; he approached her. “I thought he was too young, too good-looking. But then the film was delayed and he said, ‘You see? I’m getting older.’”
Click HERE if you want to read the whole interview.

We also have no premiere dates or festival announcements yet. We'll keep you posted!

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NEW: Safdie brothers share new picture of Robert Pattinson as Connie to announce US digital release of Good Time

NEW: Safdie brothers share new picture of Robert Pattinson as Connie to announce US digital release of Good Time

If you haven't seen Good Time yet, you can buy it on your digital platform of choice. The blu-ray/DVD will be released Nov. 21st.
Pre-order NOW!

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BUY NOW: Robert Pattinson's The Lost City of Z available on Blu-ray/DVD in the US!

BUY NOW: Robert Pattinson's The Lost City of Z available on Blu-ray/DVD in the US!

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Did you miss Rob on the big screen for The Lost City of Z? I certainly hope not but that's not an issue now. It's been awhile since a Rob film on Blu-ray has been offered in the US so snatch up your own personal copy of TLCoZ on Blu-ray/DVD today!

Robert Pattinson's The Lost City of Z will be released for home viewing on July 11th

Robert Pattinson's The Lost City of Z will be released for home viewing on July 11th

Are you having a hard time seeing The Lost City of Z in theaters? Well you won't have to wait long to own the movie and view it in the pleasure of your own home!
Go ahead and pre-order so that it's on your doorstep July 11th!

NEW PIC: Robert Pattinson with James Gray behind the scenes of The Lost City of Z

NEW PIC: Robert Pattinson with James Gray behind the scenes of The Lost City of Z

The Lost City of Z twitter account shared a new behind-the-scenes image of Rob with director, James Gray. Make sure you catch this film in theaters near you before it's gone! It's an epic and should definitely be seen on the big screen. It's already made over $6M, a second best showing for Gray and a welcome tally for Rob during his post-Twi years of auteur films. Get out and support!
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VIDEO: USA & Canada, get ready for to see Robert Pattinson in LIFE!

VIDEO: USA & Canada, get ready for to see Robert Pattinson in LIFE!

It's finally here!!!! I am SOOOOOO excited to see Rob in his first leading role since Cosmopolis! I just want to go around and shake people so I can get rid of my excited energy.

Instead of abusing strangers, I'm going to head to my theater first thing and see BIGSCREENROB!!!!
Now, I know many of you are not going to be able to see the film on the big screen but it is also going to be available on VOD, iTunes and Amazon

We've been waiting a long time for this baby! Dreaming of Rob has a great fanvid to get you pumped and ready to see Robert Pattinson in LIFE!

Sooooooo.....are you going to support Rob this weekend, nourish your ROBsession and check out his latest film, LIFE???

AUSTRALIA: Robert Pattinson's leading role in LIFE is ready for your viewing pleasure!

AUSTRALIA: Robert Pattinson's leading role in LIFE is ready for your viewing pleasure!

LIFE opened in Australia today and hopefully all the ROBsessed Aussies are too busy watching the film over and over again to read this fantastic review from FilmInk (Australia):
As a few recent, highly effective true life movies (My Week With Marilyn, The Queen, Capote) have shown, sometimes the best way to capture a real figure on screen is by honing in on a short, specific period of their life, rather than getting caught up in the tripwires of hitting every significant point in their personal history. Life – the latest film from extraordinary photographer turned equally impressive director, Anton Corbijn (Control, The American, A Most Wanted Man) – prescribes intelligently to this model, taking one brief, essential moment from the all-too-short life of movie icon, James Dean, and investigating it with astute precision. 
Life documents the beginnings of what would become the important friendship of fifties figurehead, James Dean (hot up and comer, Dane DeHaan, makes his all-too-recognisable character a truly mercurial and utterly absorbing creation), and Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson proving, yet again, to all the doubters that he is, indeed, a highly accomplished and charismatic performer), the young photographer from Life Magazine whose stark, beautifully composed black-and-white images of the rebellious actor are among the greatest celebrity portraiture ever committed to film.
Proving yet again, indeed.
Click HERE to continue reading the top notch review!
Click HERE to purchase tickets!

LIFE releases Sept. 25th in the UK/Ireland/Turkey, Nov. 6 in Canada and Dec. 4th in the US. More release dates can be found on our sister site sidebar.

Robert Pattinson: "Collaborating with an auteur has been very positive for my career."

Robert Pattinson: "Collaborating with an auteur has been very positive for my career."

Here's a spanish interview with Rob chatting about Maps To The Stars and other goodies. Have you purchased your copy yet, US? Link to buy is at the bottom of the post so no excuses for not having seen Rob's latest film!

This translated interview is brought to you by Google and Bing translate. Where one failed, the other excelled.
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 photo tumblr_n4hxk9vuwo1qdspdto2_250.gifHoy Cinema: Robert Pattinson (Maps to the stars): "People go crazy with pressure":
Little or nothing remains in Robert Pattinson of the shy young protagonist of the vampire franchise "Twilight", saga you removed him from anonymity to the end of his days. It should dive into social networks and discover the phenomenon Pattinson in them to understand the detachment of the actor by the fever of Fame. "I learnt to protect myself, not to mention more. I have discovered that the details are of interest to no one and would rather get away from these reactions in mass."

Maps to the Stars Pattinson becomes a driver of limousine that moves from one place to the other movie stars in Hollywood, while at the same time he attends hearings trying to find its own niche. "When I read the script I thought it was hilarious, I liked the dialogue and the architecture of history.» That is Cronenberg, a filmmaker who, at seventy-one years, continues to be subversive and combative."

It is somewhat macabre Canadian director chosen for the role of underdog to one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood. "That's part of his sense of humor. I know a lot of people that look like the characters. It's an honest story and many actresses, as Havana (role played by Julianne Moore), go a little crazy by the pressure. In the industry there are many negative energy and I could not tell you why but there is, it is really strange."

Pattinson has become one of the favorite actors of Cronenberg, with whom he worked last year also in Cosmopolis. "I am as surprised and I am very grateful for the opportunity he has given me. His confidence has opened many doors that otherwise would remain closed to me. Collaborating with an auteur has been very positive for my career."

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In love with the singer FKA Twig, the actor has surpassed the drama of his relationship with Kristen Stewart and looks to the future by writing a new chapter, but does not include producing a music disc. "I do not face criticism very well and I have enough with which I receive as an actor, to also show my music. I do not feel the need to be criticized for it. "

USA: Buy or rent the digital copy NOW!

USA: Buy the Bluray or DVD released on April 14th!

UK: Maps To The Stars has BEEN out! Buy the Bluray, DVD or digital copy NOW!

ROBsessed Giveaway: Win The Rover's Robert Pattinson poster and more for our Fiction Friday!

ROBsessed Giveaway: Win The Rover's Robert Pattinson poster and more for our Fiction Friday!

PromoRob has been busy busy in the UK promoting The Rover and we want to jump in the excitement with a giveaway to celebrate the Aug. 15th opening of the film in the UK!

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One of our readers, content1, has graciously donated 2 character posters from The Rover, one of Rey and one of Eric*. They are the official posters and come with certificates of authenticity from A24 Films. We'll also send the winner a PDF of The Rover script by David Michôd. To make this even better, the giveaway is worldwide!

Giveaway guidelines:
  • You only have to click a button, which you'll see when you enter. Tweeting the giveaway, following @ROBsessedBlog and liking us on Facebook through Rafflecopter is optional but gives you more chances to win.
  • Giveaway is worldwide!
  • You MUST enter using Rafflecopter or your entry will not be counted 
  • You can enter once a day, everyday, until the closing date - Friday, Aug. 15th
  • There will be 1 winner receiving 2 character posters (Rey and Eric) and PDF script from The Rover
  • Winners will be chosen by and announced on or after Aug. 15th
  • *The Eric poster has a slight tear in the corner
Good luck!!!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
See the winners of DECEPTIVE INNOCENCE under the cut!

Support The Rover and see Robert Pattinson this Friday in the US! Theater list now available!

Support The Rover and see Robert Pattinson this Friday in the US! Theater list now available!

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The official account for The Rover posted the current theater list for the nationwide release, Friday June 20th. Please go out and support Rob's film (save your stubs!) and his fantastic performance.

Anchorage, AK - Regal Tikahtnu Commons Stadium 16 & IMAX
Wasilla, AK - Valley Cinema 12

Huntsville, AL - Monaco Pictures 14
Montgomery, AL - Festival Plaza 16
Opelika, AL - The Tiger 13
Vestavia Hills, AL - Vestavia Hills 10

Fayetteville, AR - Razorback Cinema 16
Little Rock, AR - Colonel Glenn 18
Rogers, AR - Pinnacle Hills Cinema 12

Chandler, AZ - Harkins Chandler Fashion Center 20
Mesa, AZ - Superstition Springs 25
Phoenix, AZ - Arizona Center 24
Phoenix, AZ - Esplanade 14
Phoenix, AZ - AMC Desert Ridge 18
Phoenix, AZ - Ahwatukee 24
Tempe, AZ - Arizona Mills 24 Theatre
Tucson, AZ - Foothills 15
Tucson, AZ - Century El Con 20 Theatre

 Agoura Hills, CA - Agoura Hills 8
 Alhambra, CA - Renaissance Stadium 14
 Aliso Viejo, CA - Aliso Viejo Stadium 20 Cinemas
 Anaheim, CA - Anaheim Hills 14 Cinemas
 Arcadia, CA - AMC Santa Anita 16
 Arcata, CA - Minor 3
 Berkeley, CA - Shattuck Cinemas 10
 Brea, CA -Brea Stadium 22 Cinemas-East 12
 Burbank, CA - Burbank 16
 Camarillo, CA - Paseo Camarillo Cinemas 3
 Chico, CA -Tinseltown Movies 14-Chico
 City of Industry, CA - Puente Hills 20
 Claremont, CA - Claremont 5
 Corona, CA - Corona Crossing 18
 Covina, CA - Covina 30
 Cupertino, CA - AMC Cupertino 16
 Daly City, CA - Century 20 Daly City
 Dublin, CA - Hacienda Crossings 21
 Elk Grove, CA - Century 16 Theatre-Laguna
 Emeryville, CA - Bay Street 16
 Folsom, CA - Palladio 16
 Foothill Ranch, CA - Foothill Towne Center 22
 Fresno, CA - Fresno Stadium 22 Cinemas
 Irvine, CA - University Town Center 6 Cinemas
 La Habra, CA - La Habra Stadium 16
 Laguna Niguel, CA - Rancho Niguel 8 Cinemas
 Lancaster, CA - Cinemark 22
 Livermore, CA - Vine 2
 Long Beach, CA - Marina Pacifica 12
 Long Beach, CA - Long Beach Stadium 26
 Monterey, CA - Osio Plaza 6
 Mountain View, CA - Century Cinema 16-Mtn View
 Murrieta, CA - California Oaks 17
 National City, CA - AMC Plaza Bonita 14
 Newport Beach, CA - Island 7 Cinemas
 North Hollywood, CA - Laemmle NoHo 7
 Norwalk, CA - Norwalk 20
 Oceanside, CA - CinemaStar Mission Marketplace 13
 Ontario, CA - Ontario Mills 30
 Ontario, CA - Ontario Palace 22 Cinemas
 Orange, CA - Block 30 @ Orange
 Orange, CA - Century Stadium 25 Theatre-Orange
 Petaluma, CA - Cinema West Boulevard 14
 Pleasant Hill, CA - Century 16 Downtown Pleasant Hill
 Rancho Cucamonga, CA - AMC Victoria Gardens 12
 Rancho Mirage, CA - Rancho 16
 Redlands, CA - Krikorian Redlands Cinema 14
 Redwood City, CA - Century 20 Redwood Downtown
 Riverside, CA - Tyler 16
 Riverside, CA - Riverside Plaza Stadium 16
 Rocklin, CA - Blue Oaks Cinema 16
 Rolling Hills Estates, CA - Promenade Stadium 13
 Roseville, CA - Olympus Pointe 12
 Sacramento, CA - Century Stadium 14 Theatre-Sacramento
 Sacramento, CA - Century 16 Greenback Lane
 Sacramento, CA - Tower Theatre
 San Diego, CA - Town Square All Stadium 14
 San Francisco, CA - Metreon 15
 San Francisco, CA - Sundance Kabuki Cinemas
 San Jose, CA - Saratoga 14
 San Jose, CA - Oakridge 20
 San Jose, CA - Camera 12
 San Luis Obispo, CA - Downtown Centre 7
 San Marcos, CA - San Marcos Stadium 18 Cinemas
 San Rafael, CA - Regency Cinema 6
 Santa Barbara, CA - Riviera
 Santa Clara, CA - Mercado 20
 Santa Cruz, CA - Nickelodeon Theatres
 Santa Rosa, CA - Summerfield Cinemas 5
 Sebastopol, CA - Rialto Cinemas 9
 Stockton, CA - Stockton City Center Stadium 16
 Thousand Oaks, CA - Muvico Thousand Oaks 14
 Torrance, CA - AMC Del Amo 18
 Torrance, CA - Rolling Hills 20
 Tracy, CA -Movies 14
 Union City, CA - Century 25-Union City
 Universal City, CA - Citywalk Stadium 19
 Ventura, CA - Century Downtown 10
 Vista Village, CA - Krikorian Metroplex 15
 Walnut Creek, CA - Century 14 Downtown Walnut Creek
 West Covina, CA - West Covina Stadium 18 Cinemas
 Woodland Hills, CA - Promenade 16
 YubaCity, CA - Cinemark 12

 Aurora, CO - Chinese Arapahoe Crossing 16
 Boulder, CO - Century 16
 Centennial, CO - South Glenn 14
 Colorado Springs, CO - Tinseltown 20
 Denver, CO - Mayan Theatre
 Englewood, CO - Greenwood Plaza 12
 Fort Collins, CO - Cinemark 16-Fort Collins
 Fort Collins, CO - Lyric Cinema Cafe 2
 Golden, CO - Denver West Village 12
 Highlands Ranch, CO - Highlands Ranch 24
 Lakewood, CO - Century 16 Belmar
 Loveland, CO - Metropolitan MetroLux 12
 Westminster, CO - Westminster Promenade 24

 Bethel, CT - Bethel Cinema 4
 Danbury, CT - Danbury 16
 Fairfield, CT - Fairfield Cinemas @ Bullard Square
 Hartford, CT - Palace 17 & Odyssey
 Manchester, CT - Rave Buckland Hills 18
 New Haven, CT - Criterion Cinemas 7
 Norwalk, CT - Garden Cinemas Norwalk 4
 Plainville, CT - Plainville 20

Washington, DC
 Washington, DC - Georgetown 14
 Washington, DC - E Street Cinema

 Newark, DE - Peoples Plaza Cinema 17
 Rehoboth Beach, DE - Movies at Midway 12
 Wilmington, DE - Brandywine Town Center 16

 Altamonte Springs, FL - Altamonte Mall 18
 Aventura, FL - Aventura Mall 24 Theatres
 Boca Raton, FL - Palace 20
 Boca Raton, FL - Shadowood 16
 Brandon, FL - Regency 20-Brandon
 Clermont, FL - Epic of Clermont 16
 Davie, FL -Paradise 24
 Destin, FL - Destin Commons 14
 Estero, FL - Coconut Point 16
 Fort Myers, FL - Bell Tower 20
 Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Cypress Creek Station 16
 Gainesville, FL - Gainesville Cinema 14
 Hollywood, FL - Oakwood 18
 Jacksonville, FL - Regency 24-Jacksonville
 Jacksonville, FL - The Avenues 20
 Lake Buena Vista, FL - Downtown Disney  24
 Merritt Island, FL - Merritt Square 16 & Imax
 Miami Beach, FL - South Beach 18
 Naples, FL - Silverspot 12 Cinemas at Mercato
 Naples, FL - Hollywood 20-Naples
 North Ft. Myers, FL - Merchants Crossing 16
 Ocoee, FL -West Oaks 14
 Oldsmar, FL - Woodland Square 20
 Orange Park, FL - Orange Park 24 Theatres
 Orlando, FL - Universal Cineplex 20
 Orlando, FL - Pointe 21 Theaters
 Orlando, FL - Waterford Lakes 20
 Oviedo, FL - Oviedo Marketplace 22
 Palm Beach Gardens, FL - Downtown at the Mall Gardens Palm 16
 Palm Coast, FL - Epic Palm Coast 14
 Panama City, FL - Regency 11
 Pompano Beach, FL - Pompano 18 Theaters
 Sarasota, FL - Sarasota 12
 Sarasota, FL - Hollywood 20-Sarasota
 South Miami, FL - Sunset Place 24 Theatres
 St. Augustine, FL - Epic Village St. Augustine 16
 St. Petersburg, FL - Muvico Sundial 18 + IMAX
 Sunrise, FL - Sawgrass 23
 Tallahassee, FL - Tallahassee Mall 20
 Tampa, FL -Veterans Expressway 24
 Tampa, FL -AMC West Shore 14
 Tampa, FL -Citrus Park 20
 Vero Beach, FL - Indian River 24
 West Palm Beach, FL - Parisian 20
 Winter Park, FL - Winter Park Village 20

 Alpharetta, GA - North Point 12
 Athens, GA - University 16
 Atlanta, GA - Phipps Plaza 14
 Atlanta, GA - Sandy Springs 8
 Atlanta, GA - Midtown Art Cinemas 8
 Augusta, GA - Augusta Exchange 20
 Austell, GA - Regal 22 @ Austell
 Buford, GA - Mall of Georgia 20
 Chamblee, GA - Hollywood 24@ N. I-85
 Columbus, GA - Hollywood Connection Ritz 13
 Cumming, GA - AMC Avenue Forsyth 12
 Decatur, GA - North DeKalb 16 Theatres
 Kennesaw, GA - Town Center 16-Kennesaw
 Lawrenceville, GA - Colonial 18 Theatres
 Lawrenceville, GA - Sugarloaf 18
 Lithonia, GA - Stonecrest Mall 16
 Marietta, GA - Merchants Walk Stadium 14
 Morrow, GA - Southlake Pavilion 24 Theatres
 Newnan, GA - Carmike 10
 Savannah, GA - Wynnsong 11
 Snellville, GA - Snellville Oaks 14
 Woodstock, GA - Cherokee Stadium 16 Cinemas

 Honolulu, HI - Kahala Theatres 8

 Council Bluffs, IA - Star Cinema-Council Bluffs
 Des Moines, IA - Fleur Cinema
 Iowa City, IA - Sycamore 12
 West Des Moines, IA - Century 20 @ Jordan Creek

 Boise, ID -The Flicks 4
 Boise, ID -Boise Stadium 21 Cinemas

 Addison, IL - Addison Cinemas 21
 Batavia, IL - Randall 16
 Bloomingdale, IL - Century Stratford Sq 16
 Carbondale, IL - University Place 8
 Chicago, IL - River East 21
 Chicago, IL - Landmark's Century Centre Cinema
 Country Club Hills, IL - The Country Club Hills 16
 Crestwood, IL - Crestwood Theatre 18
 Crystal Lake, IL - Showplace 16
 Deer Park, IL - Century Deer Park 16
 Elmhurst, IL - York Theatre
 Evanston, IL - Century Evanston 12
 Gurnee, IL - Gurnee Mills 20
 Highland Park, IL - Renaissance Place 5
 Hodgkins, IL - Quarry Cinemas 14
 Lake in the Hills, IL - Lake in the Hills 12
 Lincolnshire, IL - Lincolnshire 20
 Lombard, IL - Yorktown 17
 Machesney Park, IL - Machesney Park 14
 Mt. Prospect, IL - AMC Randhurst 12
 Naperville, IL - Showplace 16
 New Lenox, IL - New Lenox 14
 Northbrook, IL - Northbrook Court 14
 Orland Park, IL - Orland Park Cinemas 15
 Peoria, IL - Peoria Theater 10 @ Landmark
 Rockford, IL - Rockford 16
 Rosemont, IL - Rosemont 18
 Schaumburg, IL - Woodfield 20
 Skokie, IL - Village Crossing 18
 South Barrington, IL - South Barrington 30
 Springfield, IL - Parkway Pointe 8
 St. Charles, IL - Charlestown 18
 Warrenville, IL - Cantera 30
 Woodridge, IL - Woodridge 18
 Woodridge, IL - Cinemark 17-Woodridge

 Avon, IN -Shiloh Crossing 12
 Bloomington, IN - Bloomington 12
 Evansville, IN - Showplace East 18
 Indianapolis, IN - Castleton Sq. 14
 Indianapolis, IN - AMC Showplace Indianapolis 16
 Indianapolis, IN - Keystone Art Cinema 7
 Merrillville, IN - Showplace 12-Hobart
 New Albany, IN - New Albany Stadium 16
 Noblesville, IN - Hamilton 16 Imax
 Portage, IN - Portage 16
 Schererville, IN - Schererville 16
 South Bend, IN - South Bend 16

 Leawood, KS - Town Center 20
 Olathe, KS - Studio 30
 Overland Park, KS - Glenwood Arts
 Shawnee, KS - Westglen 18
 Wichita, KS - 13th Ave. Warren 20

 Lexington, KY - Cinemark Fayette Mall 16
 Lexington, KY - Kentucky Theatre
 Lexington, KY - Hamburg Pavilion 16
 Louisville, KY - Carmike  Stonybrook 20
 Louisville, KY - Tinseltown 19-Louisville
 Newport, KY - AMC Newport on the Levee 20

 Baton Rouge, LA - Mall of Louisiana 15
 Baton Rouge, LA - Baton Rouge 16
 Baton Rouge, LA - Cinemark Perkins Rowe 16
 Harahan, LA - Palace 20-Elmwood
 Harvey, LA - Westbank 16
 Lafayette, LA - Grand South 14
 New Orleans, LA - Canal Place Cinema 9

 Boston, MA - Boston Commons 19
 Boston, MA - Fenway Cinema 13
 Cambridge, MA - Kendall Square Cinema 9
 Danvers, MA - Liberty Tree Mall 20
 Foxboro, MA - Showcase Cinema De Lux Patriot Place 14
 Framingham, MA - Framingham 15
 Hadley, MA - Cinemark @  Hampshire Mall 12
 Hooksett, NH - Cinemagic & Imax 15
 Hyannis, MA - Cape Cod Mall Cinemas 12
 Lowell, MA - Showcase Cinemas Lowell 14
 Methuen, MA - AMC Methuen 20
 Randolph, MA - Showcase Cinemas Randolph 16
 Revere, MA - Showcase Cinemas Revere 20
 Springfield, MA - Rave Eastfield Mall 16
 Tyngsboro, MA - Tyngsboro 12
 Worcester, MA - Showcase Worcester N 18

 Annapolis, MD - Harbour 9 Theatres
 Baltimore, MD - White Marsh 16
 Baltimore, MD - Charles Theatre
 Bethesda, MD - Bethesda Row Cinema
 Columbia, MD - Columbia 14
 Columbia, MD - Snowden Square Stadium 14
 Gaithersburg, MD - Rio Cinemas 18
 Hanover, MD - Egyptian 24
 Owings Mills, MD - Owings Mills 17
 Silver Spring, MD - Majestic 20

 Portland, ME - Nickelodeon Cinemas 6

 Ann Arbor, MI - Quality 16
 Auburn Hills, MI - Great Lake Crossing 25
 Brighton, MI - Brighton Town Square 20
 Canton, MI - Emagine 18
 Clinton Township, MI - Gratiot 21
 Dearborn, MI - Fairlane 21
 Flint Township, MI - Rave Flint West 14
 Grand Rapids, MI - Celebration North 17
 Kalamazoo, MI - Alamo Drafthouse Kalamazoo
 Lansing, MI - NCG Eastwood Cinema 19
 Livonia, MI - Livonia 20
 Madison Heights, MI - John R 15
 Novi, MI -Emagine Novi 18
 Southfield, MI - Southfield 20
 Southgate, MI - Southgate Cinema 20
 Sterling Heights, MI - Forum 30-Sterling Hts
 Sterling Heights, MI - Market Place Cinema 20
 Troy, MI -Grand Digital Cinema 16
 Walled Lake, MI - Commerce Township 14
 Ypsilanti, MI - Rave Ann Arbor 20

 Coon Rapids, MN - Coon Rapids 16
 Eden Prairie, MN - AMC Eden Prairie 18
 Edina, MN -AMC Southdale 16
 Inver Grove Hts, MN - Inver Grove 16
 Lakeville, MN - Lakeville 21
 Maple Grove, MN - AMC Arbor Lakes 16
 Minneapolis, MN - Lagoon Cinema
 Plymouth, MN - Mann Plymouth 12
 Plymouth, MN - Willow Creek 12
 Roseville, MN - Rosedale 14
 Waite Park, MN - Parkwood 18
 White Bear Township, MN - White Bear Township 17

 Chesterfield, MO - Chesterfield 14
 Chesterfield, MO - Chesterfield Galaxy 14
 Columbia, MO - Ragtag Cinema
 Creve Coeur, MO - West Olive 16
 Creve Coeur, MO - Creve Coeur 12
 Independence, MO - Independence Commons 20
 Kansas City, MO - Barrywoods 24
 Kansas City, MO - Parkway 14
 Kansas City, MO - Palace 15
 Springfield, MO - Moxie Cinema 2
 St. Louis, MO - Ronnie's 20
 University City, MO - Tivoli Theatre

 Madison, MS - Grandview 17
 Oxford, MS - Oxford Commons Cinema 8

North Carolina
 Asheville, NC - Carolina Asheville 14
 Cary, NC -Crossroads 20
 Charlotte, NC - Northlake Mall 14
 Charlotte, NC - Carolina Pavilion 22
 Charlotte, NC - Manor Theatre 2
 Charlotte, NC - Ballantyne Village 5
 Concord Mills, NC - Concord Mills 24
 Durham, NC - Southpoint Cinemas 16
 Durham, NC - Carolina Theatre-Durham
 Fayetteville, NC - Market Fair 15
 Greensboro, NC - Grande 16
 Greenville, NC - Greenville Grande 14
 Huntersville, NC - Movies @ Birkdale 16
 Jacksonville, NC - Carmike 16
 Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Grand 16
 Wilmington, NC - Carmike 16-Wilmington
 Winston Salem, NC- Aperture Cinema

 Lincoln, NE - Grand Cinema 14
 Omaha, NE -Oak View 24
 Omaha, NE -Westroads 14

New Hampshire
 Newington, NH - Fox Run Stadium 15

New Jersey
 Burlington, NJ - Burlington 20
 Cherry Hill, NJ - Cherry Hill 24
 Clifton, NJ - Clifton Commons 16
 Cranford, NJ - Cranford Theatre 5
 East Hanover, NJ - East Hanover 12
 East Windsor, NJ - Town Center Plaza 15
 Eatontown, NJ - Monmouth Mall 15
 Edgewater, NJ - NA Edgewater Multiplex Cinema 16
 Freehold, NJ - Freehold Metroplex 14
 Hamilton, NJ - Hamilton 24
 Montclair, NJ - Clairidge Cinemas 6
 New Brunswick, NJ - New Brunswick 18
 North Brunswick, NJ - Commerce Center 18
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NEW: 2 gorgeous pics of Robert Pattinson as Rey in The Rover + A24 giveaways for fans who BAT4Rob 10 times!

NEW: 2 gorgeous pics of Robert Pattinson as Rey in The Rover + A24 giveaways for fans who BAT4Rob 10 times!

Why so gorgeous ReyRob?? As IF you could uglify Robert Pattinson...

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Remember when we did BAT4Rob (Buy a ticket 4 Rob) for Bel Ami? And then Rob asked us all to buy 8 tickets for Cosmopolis? He's said again for The Rover he wants us to see the film as much as possible and A24 Films wants to reward us for that devotion!

If you're in the US and you know you're likely to see or buy 10 tickets to The Rover before July 1st, you could win signed posters from Rob, David Michôd and Guy Pearce! I've got 5 tickets down already so come on and catch up! ;)

From A24 Films via The Rover Film:
The #RoverTenTimes Fan Challenge 
A24 is unbelievably grateful for the support The Rover Film community has shown the movie over the past year. You've been with 'The Rover' from the very beginning. The wait is finally over, and now we want to challenge the most serious fans to go see it #RoverTenTimes. It won't be easy, nor will it be possible for everyone, but there is a pretty great gift at the end if you are able to pull it off. 
So, see the movie at least TEN times, then email us photos of your ticket stubs to We'll send two original Rover posters of your choosing to anyone who completes the challenge. Each ticket must be from a different showtime, and we can only ship within the United States. Deadline to complete the challenge is 7/1. 
(We have a limited quantity of posters signed by David, Guy, and Rob. These will be given to fans who complete the challenge in the shortest span of time. No posters will be sent until after Week 2 is complete, so there’s no advantage if you’re able to see the film in limited release.) 
We also encourage everyone to share your ticket stubs on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the #RoverTenTimes hashtag. After the challenge is complete, we will have a photo album on The Rover Facebook page as an additional thank you to all the fans who participated. 
Your support means everything to us, and is hugely important to the film's success. Thank you, and we hope you enjoy 'The Rover' – once, ten times, or more.
So it's time to buy 10 tickets for Rob! GOOD LUCK!!!!

Here's another new ReyRob shot on the cover of Courier Mail. GAWD. Dirt and rotten teeth? They need to do more if they wanted to hide that god-given beauty. *swoon*

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David Cronenberg mentions Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis interview for UK DVD release

David Cronenberg mentions Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis interview for UK DVD release

Digital Spy got a chance to talk to David Cronenberg about Cosmopolis to coincide with the UK DVD release:

PhotobucketIn terms of tapping into the cultural zeitgeist, the casting of Robert Pattinson works extremely well. Was his current fame and adulation a key factor in choosing him to play Eric?

"Well not really, I mean the so-called 'baggage' a certain actor brings with him or her is something that is completely irrelevant once you're on the film set. As a director you can't worry about that - it's too complex, it's too shifting.

"Eric in the movie is not famous, he is like the London Whale - and I don't mean the baby whale that went up the Thames. I mean the investment guy called the London Whale because of the immensity of his trades. He's anonymous, not a celebrity, because as soon as people started tracking his moves, his power to make these trades was gone.

"Eric is like that, and the reason he has this one guy tracking him is because it's an obsessive guy who is anti-capitalist in the movie. He can be in a restaurant and not besieged by fans who are tracking him on the internet, he has a bodyguard because he's worried about normal threats that anybody with a limo might have. His situation is totally different from Rob's."

I can not WAIT for Rob and David to work together again. What a fantastic advocate for Rob. Great interview overall about the film and more so click HERE to read in its entirety.


New/Old Interview with Robert Pattinson from UK Cosmopolis Press Junket

New/Old Interview with Robert Pattinson from UK Cosmopolis Press Junket


This was from UK promo in June that we missed. Thoughtful interview from our favorite guy :) Also, we posted there review of the film HERE under our Cannes reviews of Cosmopolis.
Robert Pattinson is magnetic as Eric Packer, slick, jaded 26-year-old CEO of Packer Capital who decides to take a fleet of Limousines across New York City in search of a haircut. This is his best performance to date by some considerable margin."
From Little White Lies:
Written-off Robert Pattinson as just another fleeting tween sensation? Then listen up. Because Cosmopolis, David Cronenberg's smart adaptation of Don DeLillo's futurist novel, is about to announce the 26-year-old Brit's true arrival. LWLies met up with Pattinson recently to chat about the making of Cosmopolis and why he'll always be up for a challenge. 

LWLies: We were in Cannes when Cosmopolis first screened. How was that whole experience for you? 

Pattinson: It was kind of terrifying, but mainly because I've never been to a premiere with potentially a hostile audience. It's a film which could potentially be quite divisive because it's quite wordy and in Cannes there's the added complexity with the language barrier. I remember sitting there and looking around at all these blank faces. No one was laughing. I genuinely thought it was going to get booed. I was so grateful it wasn't savaged.

The whole Cannes booing thing is kind of a carnival, you can't take it too seriously. 

I know, I know. But then David [Cronenberg] was telling me about when Crash screened and people were screaming in the audience. Like, actually going wild during the movie. And I was speaking to Gaspar Noé the other day and he was saying that with Irreversible everyone was yelling 'How would you like it?!' and all this nonsense. He was sitting next to the guy who plays the rapist [Jo Prestia] thinking, 'Fuck, I'm going to get killed after this'.

Did it put you at ease being in David's company? 

Yeah, totally. He was really relaxed. The thing is, normally when you go to a premiere you don't often stay for the whole movie, but in Cannes you sit through it wondering if you're going to get clapped or booed afterwards. It's a pretty terrifying experience and a strange environment to watch a film in. But I'd seen the film before Cannes and I knew I loved it, which is a pretty rare thing for me because I don't normally like the stuff I'm in. (Tink: I love all his stuff. Rob's choices never fail to intrigue.)

Was Cosmopolis something you chased or were you approached? 

I read the script about a year before we made it. Someone sent it to me on the basis that it was just a really well-written script. I really liked it then but we didn't act on it right away because initially Colin Farrell had been cast, but he dropped out and suddenly I was in a position to go for it. (Tink: Thank the gods!)

What was it like working in an environment where you're in a small closed set, in the back of a limo for most of the film, and you only share a few minutes of screentime with the other actors? 

I worked with everyone for about two or three days, but actually the further we got into the shoot the less time the scenes took. So where the early scene with Jay Baruchel took, like, three or maybe four days, a the others were generally much shorter. After two weeks of shooting a movie you normally just relax into the routine of the work, but with Cosmopolis we had big names coming in every few days shooting their scenes and then going. It really keeps you on your toes and in many ways it's like shooting loads of different, or smaller movies. But you get used to it and actually you get quite comfortable because you're so familiar with the set.

Was it difficult having David direct you remotely from outside the limo? 

It was a little odd a first. But you know I did this Harry Potter movie where we filmed a lot underwater, so I was kind of experienced in not having the director standing next to you. It was similar in some ways to that because you can't see anything apart from what's inside the limo and a camera that's mounted on this remote-controlled crane. David always had the camera positioned incredibly close to your face as well, with a really wide lens on it. So you have a totally different relationship with the camera because normally you're trying to communicate with the guy behind the camera, you ignore the camera. Here you're doing everything for the camera, but it's like no one's watching, like no one's ever going to see it. It's like you're close friends with this little machine.

Do you see this as a significant juncture in your career? 

Not really because the film is so obscure. It's not like everyone's going to get it. But yeah, it's definitely a good step in terms of my career and where I'd like to end up. (Tink: It was a fantastic step in his career.)

Having done a lot of mainstream films are smaller, more out-there films now more appealing to you? 

Um, I mean... Sometimes. But it's not like I went out looking for the highest risk project. To be honest what attracted me was working with David and the quality of the writing, which was just insane compared to some of the garbage I'd been reading around the time. I'd never read any Don DeLillo before, so it was a bit of an eye-opener. But I'm not looking for obscurities the whole time. The movies I've signed on to do after this aren't quite as odd as this but they're certainly artistically ambitious. (Tink: They certainly are and we can't wait to see them!) 

So few actors ever receive the level of exposure you have right now, do you feel a pressure to try to maintain that by taking on bigger roles? 

I don't really know. If I could stay at a level where I was consistently working then I'd be happy. But I can't predict the way the industry is going to go. Things change so quickly, there are so many people who were huge a few years ago and now can't even get a film made. Right now people seem to care about me, but I'm sure that won't last. (Tink: GAH. I'm believing it'll last forever, right DR??) Frankly I find it all a bit absurd. I'm just trying to do as much interesting stuff as I can for as long as I can.

What do you love about movies? 

I think it's the easiest was to educate people about, like, a million things. I remember watching Godard movies when I was younger and being introduced to Henry Miller and from there discovering Tom Waits and suddenly you've learned so much. Cool movies taught me so much more than books in school ever did. I didn't even realise I was interested in working in movies when I was watching them when I was younger. Now I can't imagine doing anything else. (Tink: I'm grateful he shares his talent with such a wide audience.) 

Via: Those British Boys

Cosmopolis Reviews Part 7: "No one will be able to walk away from this movie thinking [Robert Pattinson] can’t act"

Cosmopolis Reviews Part 7: "No one will be able to walk away from this movie thinking [Robert Pattinson] can’t act" 

PromoRob has left the building NYC! My oh my he took that city by storm. And frankly, the world since everyone was watching. This weekend, the film opens up in only a few theaters in NYC and LA and Rob had a specific wish...


Challenge?? We love a challenge! Especially when Rob gives us the answer...


Whoa. Rob took BAT4Rob to another level. He's basically saying go big or go home. Sounds good to me :) I have 4 shows I'm seeing in NYC and 4 in LA. Sure might say he was exaggerating for humor but I'm just going to go with the literal translation. If you can get out this weekend to support the film and Rob, you won't regret it. :)

BUY TICKETS: Click HERE and HERE if you're in New York or HERE for Los Angeles

The film will expand beyond LA and NYC and we're keeping track of theaters. Click HERE for more theater information for the wider release on Aug. 24th

At this point, we have an awesome collection of reveiws for Cosmopolis and specifically, Rob's work in the film. They're worth a reread.
A new slew of reviews have been coming out with the release of the film in the US. Rotten Tomatoes still doesn't have a consensus percentage on the film's fresh rating but it's hovering in the mid-60%. Here are excerpts from some of the best:

Excerpt from Ropes of Silicon (B grade):
Robert Pattinson is primarily known as Edward from the Twilight series, a franchise that has done him no favors. However, in Cosmopolis all the work he's put in before is washed away as if it never existed. This is Pattinson's finest hour, his performance compliments everything I just described having to do with Cronenberg's filmmaking achievements, all leading up to an outstanding final scene in which Pattinson goes toe-to-toe with Paul Giamatti and the two knock it out of the park.
Excerpt from Film Comment Magazine:
Pattinson is as subtle as he is spectacular.
Excerpt from MSN (5/5 stars):
"Cosmopolis" is almost certainly some kind of masterpiece, but I have to admit it's probably not for everyone
Packer is played by "Twilight" heartthrob Robert Pattinson with an arrogant smirk and a weirdly mutating accent that gets more New Yorkese as his limo nears the Hudson. He is a whiz-kid financial master who can conduct every conceivable transaction -- sexual congress with his art dealer to a full physical with his physician -- from the throne-room-like back seat of his vulgar white stretch. As he passes violent protests, mourns the death of his favorite rap star and petulantly pouts over the concept that there's something out there that's not only not for sale but which "belongs to the world," he tests the limits of his power and his prescience by disastrously betting against a particular currency fluctuation. (And he also makes bizarre conciliatory talk in various quaint diners and bookshops, rest stops along the way, with his oddly dainty but steely new wife, a billionaire heiress herself.)

Excerpt from the New York Times:
A series of events, some involving the mysteriously unpredictable yuan, forcibly and with escalating violence shake Eric out of his torpor. Nearly affectless at first, Mr. Pattinson makes a fine member of the Cronenbergian walking dead, with a glacial, blank beauty that brings to mind Deborah Kara Unger in the director’s version of J. G. Ballard’s “Crash.” Mr. Pattinson can be a surprisingly animated presence (at least he was on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” where he recently put in a game appearance), and he may be capable of greater nuance and depth than is usually asked of him. Certainly, with his transfixing mask and dead stare, he looks the part he plays here and delivers a physical performance that holds up to a battery of abuses, including that prostate exam and some anticlimactic tears.

Excerpt from Rolling Stone (4 out of 5 stars):
In this fever dream of a movie, Pattinson is incendiary, notably in a climactic gun scene with the great Giamatti. Cosmopolis, demanding as it is daring, is no easy ride. I mean that as high praise.

Excerpt from Collider (8.4 out of 10)
It also functions as a superb meta-commentary on the value of celebrity by casting Pattinson in the lead. There could be no better choice, because not only does Pattinson break free of his romantic-lead mold, but by the very fact that we note his freedom. Robert Pattinson is a commodity. He first gained value by getting cast in Twilight, he has maintained his value by appearing in other romance films like Remember Me and Water for Elephants, and Cosmopolis is a calculated 180 for the actor. It’s the only way his career continues to grow, and it’s the smart move because he has attached his value to an indie feature, and split his risk by having David Cronenberg at the helm. Pattinson gives an intentionally stilted performance, but no one will be able to walk away from this movie thinking he can’t act. He acts to the piece, and we’ll have to wait for another role to “test” him.

This is how we measure a person. One could argue that we’re valuing his talent and not him, but he carries the Twilight franchise with him. The industry will write about this move, his fans will decide if they want to see him in a role that couldn’t be further away from Edward Cullen. Is Pattinson trying to lose everything like Packer? Of course not, but he also shares his character’s desire for freedom. I can only imagine the feelings of a Pattinson fangirl who sneaks into the movie only to see her on-screen crush engage in act after act of meaningless sex. Hopefully, it will drive her to see Cronenberg’s other movies and observe that sex is always a primal force rather than an expression of love.

Excerpt from Movieline (7.5/10 stars)
Pattinson does a quietly marvelous thing in finding vulnerability in Eric without making it seem like softness. The film depicts Eric's financial kingdom (and with it his sense of self) crumbling over a day, but his breakdown is a gradual one. His panic rises in barely perceptible increments.

Excerpt from TheFilmStage:
There are about a million places you could start with this thing. Oh, hell: “Brilliant.” Cosmopolis is certainly a brilliant film, one filled with all the subtext and qualities we call “cinematic” that you could ask for, but it presents this in a manner so deceptively simple it can only feel like genius.
So much of this rides on Pattinson’s shoulders — the man is in virtually every scene — making it all the more fortunate that he’s got the character down to a T. On the page, Packer is a selfish and sociopathic lout that no one should have any right to sympathize with. He’s not much different when played by the heartthrob, so Pattinson makes a genius move: using his appealing physical image as something of a tool against whatever resistance an audience might otherwise raise toward his character. He’s terrible, but not much less charming and magnetic, and the thrill one gets from watching him — the very, very legitimate thrill — is only part of a weird collective shame on an audience’s part. (It’s also funny to reflect and realize that Pattinson’s notoriously pale skin blends right into Peter Suschitzky‘s pallid cinematography.)

From Crave (9/10):
I have been waiting for a film like this. A film that earnestly and satirically confronts the economic crisis without reducing it to a hack plot, or a rote thriller. But also presents the large hulking machinery of the world economy as a bizarre game, with unseen rules, being played by inhuman creatures. Indeed, Pattinson plays the kind of archetypal rich guy you picture when we (the 99%) have discussions about rich guys. This film is a meditation, almost an abstraction, that muses on the very very very very rich, and manages to cast them in a new light. Pattinson is not playing the usual mean-spirited yuppie go-getter that we’re used to from the Reagan era. Pattinson is acquisitive, but doesn’t seem particularly ambitious or passionate. He glides through the system like an eel casually feeding on poor creatures it doesn’t even notice are nourishing it. The speeches of Gordon Gecko are a thing of the long ago past in this world. In this world, one must be born with inorganic parts in order to survive.
Weird, difficult, and important, Cosmopolis may be one of the best films of the year.

Excerpt from Very Aware (4 out of 5 stars):
Pattinson shines when he embraces his character’s descent into darkness. Uneven at times, it’s a nuanced performance that will make you want to see more of this in the future. Peter Suschitzky’s cinematography is crisp, polished, and effused with a warmth Pattison’s character sorely lacks. It’s that juxtaposition that makes Cronenberg’s framing all the more addicting to watch.

Excerpt from (A-):
[Eric Packer's] played, quite wonderfully I might add, by Robert Pattinson, and “Cosmopolis” offers in fine detail his dreamlike journey across Manhattan to get a haircut.
“Cosmopolis’” trump card is a remarkable, dead-pan humor. As a critic, I oftentimes scribble a quote when a particularly witty, insightful line of dialogue pops up. I wasn’t ten minutes in to “Cosmopolis” when I put down my pen; I realized I’d essentially been taking dictation.
Pattinson is more than just a haircut here. Initially, he seems as smug as any man whose building has different elevators depending on his mood. As his journey moves on, and his intangible deals on international currency commence to breed ruin, he sheds more of his facade, until a Noo Yawk accent emerges and he ends up face to face with his destiny.

Excerpt from Screen Crush (7/10:
I must confess that I didn’t always follow what Cronenberg was up to in ‘Cosmopolis,’ but I always enjoyed the ride. The atmosphere is dark and bizarre, and deadpan too — it’s sometimes hard to tell whether the joke is on the capitalists, the anti-capitalists, or the audience. I suspect the film’s unconventional structure and tone will turn off a lot of viewers, who may balk at the meandering, talky narrative and the ambiguous and anticlimactic ending.
Personally, I loved the final shot. That’s exactly how this dream would end just a second before you woke up.

Excerpt from (4/5):
Don't panic, but Robert Pattinson may have been neutered. He still looks like a vampire and behaves like an alien, but in David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis—which the scowling actor carries like a cross—when Pattinson finally gets to uncork all of the sex that the Twilight franchise had him bottle for centuries, he does so with all the damp enthusiasm of a dog humping a fire hydrant at the mercy of his instincts.

Excerpt from DeadSpin (B+):
If Cosmopolis leaves you feeling nothing for its main character, that's by design. Even as Eric's possible comeuppance seems imminent near the end, Pattinson doesn't try to make us care about this poor, heartless bastard. Cronenberg's claustrophobic construction of Eric's world is brilliant and monochromatic and entirely unnerving. Cronenberg and Pattinson have given us a frightening image of the modern power player as utterly soulless cipher. So often, Hollywood's Wall Streeters are arrogant young twits hellbent on screwing over everyone in sight. Cosmopolis suggests something even more frightening: They're so disconnected from the world that they no longer remember what emotions even are. Maybe Pattinson isn't playing a vampire in this movie—he's a zombie.

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson on The Daily Show talking Cosmopolis and eating Ben & Jerry's

VIDEO: Robert Pattinson on The Daily Show talking Cosmopolis and eating Ben & Jerry's

If you're in the US you can watch HERE

You heard the man, LA and NYC! GO SEE COSMOPOLIS!!!

Cosmopolis Reviews Part 6: Robert Pattinson gives "a frightening performance in the best ways and points towards a hell of a career"

Cosmopolis Reviews Part 6: Robert Pattinson gives "a frightening performance in the best ways and points towards a hell of a career"

UPDATE: More reviews at the top! "Pattinson brings snap and intelligence to DeLillo's death-haunted dialogue..."


Cosmopolis is opening today (Aug. 2nd) in Australia! Click HERE to visit RPAustralia's site for listings.

In a couple of weeks, it will hit stateside, opening in the US under limited release Aug. 17th (LA/NYC) and the following week, Aug. 24th, across the US. We'll be posting theater information daily starting tomorrow. Feel free to email us any theaters you find announcements for as well.

Several reviews will be coming out and have already come out for the film. If you missed our previous review posts, click the links to check them out. They're pretty fantastic. :)
What are the latest things critics have said about Rob's performance and this compelling film?

The overall review wasn't positive but what was positive? Popcorn Junkie's impression of Rob:
There is a distinct whiff of arrogance that surrounds the film and most of it comes from Pattinson’s performance. His character sits on a mobile throne with nothing but venom for the world he subtly controls with wealth and power. It’s an impressive feat for Pattison and his gaunt physique and slick haircut adds to the frame of a nightmarish yuppie – this guy makes Gordon Gekko from Wall Street look like a teddy bear.
Excerpt from The West Australia:
Many critics have criticised Cronenberg for replicating almost scene for scene DeLillo's slender novel, right down to the highly mannered ideas-encrusted dialogue which is delivered without passion or spontaneity. One reviewer even complained the film lacked "heart".  
But this is the very subject of the movie - the replacement of heart and soul and all the human stuff by the brutal logic of "cyber-capitalism", in which the fate of nations is now determined by the movement of numbers.  
None of this quite emerges as forcefully and frighteningly as it does in the book but it's hard to imagine an actor better in the role of Eric than Pattinson, who brings snap and intelligence to DeLillo's death-haunted dialogue (Cronenberg has even suggested Eric is actually dead) at the same time as suggesting the man he once was. 
If you thought his Edward Cullen was a cold bloodsucking parasite wait until you get a load of his Eric Packer.
From Filmosphere giving Cosmopolis 4 out of 5 stars:
Et au delà de seconds rôles assez géniaux, comme des petites parties d’un monde déjà enseveli, tout le film est porté par la révélation d’un Robert Pattinson impérial, qui se révèle capable de soutenir un film aussi fort sur ses jeunes épaules. Il est bluffant, et confirme que certains talents ne peuvent se révéler qu’au contact de grands metteurs en scène.
(And beyond supporting roles pretty awesome, as small parts of a world already buried, while the film is carried by the revelation of an imperial Robert Pattinson, who proved capable of supporting a film as hard on his young shoulders. It is astonishing, and confirmed that some talents can prove that in contact with great directors.)
From House of Paradox:
There are plenty of close-ups of Robert Pattinson and he's in every scene, his character is tough, cold hearted and calculating - kind of a passive aggressive, financial vampire and he plays it extremely well. Pattinson is clearly trying to round out the scripts he chooses and building a nice portfolio of work.
From QuickFlix:
Pattinson, like Jeff Goldblum, and James Woods, and Viggo Mortensen before him, has one of those perfect Cronenbergian faces. It’s as if he’s been moulded – shark-like, from the eyes to the jowls – to become the ultimate receptacle for the movie’s message.
Indiewire named Cosmopolis #1 on their 12 films to see this August list. Also commented that Cosmopolis is "much more thought provoking star-powered cinematic option than almost anything else this summer."

From Shotgun Critic, 4 stars:
As an adaptation of the equally unapproachable novel by Don DeLillo, Cronenberg made a few very wise decisions early on. One, this is Robert Pattinson’s hands-down best role. In the hands of a very capable director and a punishing script, Pattinson turns in a performance that channels a young Robert De Niro, New York twang and all. His performance is so understated and brilliant that, during moments where he breaks through this Wall Street gloss, he comes across as truly unhinged and monstrous. This is a frightening performance in the best ways and points towards a hell of a career ahead for Pattinson.
For one of the smartest films I’ve seen in a while, Cosmopolis is also one of the least outwardly enjoyable. That by no means makes it anything less than a great film however. But if you can stomach the loose poetry of the dialogue, heavy use of metaphor and occasionally lax pace, this will leave you thinking about its cultural commentary long after the curtains close.

From The Yorker (UK)
The casting of Pattinson as the quasi-psychopathic playboy may be a surprising move, but he delivers a magnetically credible performance. Packer is a curious creation, a man who views life through a mathematic prism, obsessed with control and perfection, terrified of abnormalities and who insists on having daily health check-ups. It would be easy to interpret him as a symbol of American capitalism, but Pattinson succeeds in bringing out the humanity of his character, particularly in one scene where he is struck with grief for the death of an idol. Samantha Morton, Juliette Binoche, Mathieu Amalric and Paul Giamatti are all also excellent, the latter especially in a nail-bitingly tense stand-off that seems to go on forever.

Excerpt from Next Projection, given the film 92/100:
Where Pattinson may seem an unlikely addition to this elite club, he could scarcely be more suited to the role of Packer. Like Packer, Pattinson is more a name than a recognisable personality, a figure all know but few truly understand. In Pattinson’s every glance, every movement, every smile, there is the sense of a man coming to terms with whom and what he is. Packer’s shifting perspective on himself is far more understated than that of the world’s, and in this the true brilliance of both Pattinson and the film itself come to be revealed.
This is Cronenberg returned to what he does best, delivering a film that stands both as a highlight of this year, and of its director’s work to date.

Given an 8/10, The Age (AU) applauds Cosmopolis:
In classic Cronenberg fashion, the film looks and feels absurdly clinical, plus there's a visually marked contrast between the dull sheen of Packer's limousine (essentially, a slow-moving penthouse on wheels) and the anarchic world outside, to which he no longer relates. Interestingly, despite delivering a robust turn as Packer, Pattinson agonised for days over how to turn Cronenberg down for the role. "I spent a week thinking, 'I know it's really good, it's Cronenberg, but you're in every scene.' What if I f--- it up?'' he told me at Cannes, following the film's world premiere there. Cronenberg's sixth sense went further, still: when they were shooting, the Occupy movement was barely in its infancy. Given the increasingly marked social divides, particularly in Europe, the film feels more relevant now than ever. And as a thoughtful essay on a man fighting for meaning within his hollow surrounds, it's riveting, poetic and thoroughly Cronenberg.

Excerpt from Crikey (AU):
The film is destined to be derided and misunderstood, and, deliciously, to thrust stray tweens into an idiot wind of confusion when it is realised that the prime-cut of Robert Pattinson’s surface values can’t possibly appease them. Not this time. Whether Cosmopolis was financed partly because of his involvement, or whether Cronenberg believed he was the best man for the job, or both, few can say. But yes: the Twilight smirk-maker is very good in a role that plays to his strengths

As a whole. Guestlist Network couldn't get with the film, but had this to say:
There is a superb final scene between Pattinson and Paul Giamitti, an artistic and tense tété-a-tété of morals and motivations including a memorable (if ruined by its inclusion in the trailer) bit of self mutilation. If only the rest of the movie were like this, it would certainly benefit. Still, Pattinson gives a terrific turn as the spoiled, empty-hearted but energetic Packer, and it's great seeing him getting his teeth into (ahem) something a bit more worth his time. And Cosmopolis is still an important statement of our times; it's just difficult to understand what that statement is.

Excerpt from Scene 360:
Pattinson has made a very conscious choice to direct his acting career away from the “Twilight” franchise, and squarely in that of renowned directors and more complicated material. He pulls this off to great effect, as the film leaves its leading man nowhere to hide in regards to his acting ability and screen presence.
“Cosmopolis” is not going to be for everyone. It is not a relaxing Friday night movie and it does have a tendency to lag by the beginning of the third act, though it does redeem itself in the final scenes. When the Cronenbergian violence does come, it’s a relief, if not an antidote to all the intricate multi-layered conversations that have preceded it. Love it or hate it, “Cosmopolis” is going to create a reaction and likely a source of many university film studies papers.

Excerpt from The Reel Bits (AU), 3.5 stars:
Robert Pattinson makes a complete break from his fangy persona, in a role that is more likely to repulse his legion of fans than it is to shock them. It is a measured performance, tightly under the rein of Cronenberg, but that is true of the rest of the cast as well. The stilted and existential conversations between Packer and a stream of business associates (including Samantha Morton), lovers (such as Juliette Binoche), wife of convenience (Sarah Gadon) and other professionals is as cold and calculated as his business dealings, at odds with the growing anarchy outside. As something resembling the Occupy movement mounts, and threats are made against Packer’s life, Packer is duly influenced, plunging himself into a personal chaos and spiral of self-destruction. Cosmopolis is a difficult film to penetrate, but this is only partly due to the deliberate way in which it was constructed. Cronenberg treads a fine line between portraying isolation and actually detaching his film completely from audiences, but his curious mixture of sci-fi sheen with real-world problems grounds Cosmopolis in a way that a surface scan may not reveal. The implication is that the corporate disengagement from reality is partly to blame for the financial crisis, but far more fundamental is the wider apathy that has allowed this to happen.

Excerpt from Empire Online (AU):
Frustrations but not catastrophes, praise must go to Pattinson’s terrific performance. A magnetic, mesmerising anti-presence, the perfect redeployment of the pin-up cheekbones of the R-Pattz myth. As the camera gazes deeper into his frozen face, we detect a concerto of tiny twitches, lurking smirks and trickles of sweat — micro-fluctuations in the sanity of a man who has everything.
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