Robert Pattinson Refused to Go Nude for ‘Cosmopolis’
Robert Pattinson stars in David Cronenberg’s latest movie Cosmopolis, based on the novel by Don Delillo. Pattinson portrays a businessman Eric Packer as he strikes out on a violent, Odyssey-like trip through Manhattan in a huge black limo. Sure, Rob-heartthrob was aware it would be a pretty bold movie and that there would be sexual scenes, but it appeared that he was not prepared for the director’s request to show his sexing piece. Unlike Kristen Stewart in On The Road by the way.
Robert Pattinson has revealed that he refused to go nude in the upcoming drama Cosmopolis.
So, here’s what Rob said:
Five minutes before we filmed, David told me, ‘I want to see the bottom of your balls on the top of the frame’. At the moment, I reminded myself that I would do anything for him. So I went back to see him and told him that wouldn’t happen.”
Fortunately for Pattinson, Cronenberg, known for experimental movies like Crash, The Fly and Scanner, accepted his decision not to strip off. Pattinson added:
He took it really well. At the start, it’s a very bizarre scene that you won’t see again in another movie, I promise.”
Cosmopolis premiered earlier this week at the Cannes Film Festival to a standing ovation.
Check out the official trailer of the upcoming Cosmopolis movie:
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