VIDEOS: Cosmopolis opens in Germany today (July 5)! Catch up on press junket interviews with Rob and David

Cosmopolis opens in Germany today (July 5). Go out and support the film then let us know what you thought. It’s a think piece 😉 Click HERE if you want to check on the release date for your country.

Here are a few, fun, Berlin press junket videos from David Cronenberg and Robert Pattinson. At the bottom of the post, there is also a bonus audio interview from David. Enjoy and make sure to see Cosmopolis before the limo leaves your country!

The questions asked for the above interview:

  • What would you do if you were a billionaire?
  • Do you prefer playing a supernatural being or a human?
  • How do you deal with the fact that the role of Edward Cullen will likely stick around during your acting career?
  • What do you hate most about your celeb status?
  • How does it feel for you to be on the red carpet and be cheered on by so many people?
  • Out of the actors you worked with so far who inspired you the most?
  • What movies have inspired you most? More the classics or the big Hollywood blockbusters?
  • How do you manage to just always look so relaxed and cute and styled and tousled at the same time?

Dubbed interviews after the cut!

Click HERE if you need the transcript for the above interview

Bonus audio interview from David Cronenberg

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One Response to VIDEOS: Cosmopolis opens in Germany today (July 5)! Catch up on press junket interviews with Rob and David

  1. Cosmonerd says:

    Even worse than dubbed videos is the dubbed movie. All poetry, rhythm and cosmopolitan accents lost. Plus the movie is being shown in the multiplexes and not in the art houses which might have used the original version. The unwitting blockbuster fans around me were bored, restless, and finally angry and I don’t blame them. Thus both target audiences have been alienated. It’s as if the distributor were out to sabotage all concerned. And it looks like On the Road will suffer the same fate. Using the Twilight stars as bait and switch was a really bad idea.

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