It’s not often that you get to see a celebrity masturbate, but when you do it’s almost always on a big screen with lots of beautiful people watching.
Robert Pattinson released a new video yesterday titled “Cosmopolis,” a reworking of his 2010 film “Cosmo” that serves as a prequel to his upcoming film “Bel Ami.” In “Cosmopolis,” Pattinson plays the role of Don DeLillo’s Tristan Ludlow, a successful 30-something billionaire who lives in a palace that he fills with beautiful women.
In the three-and-a-half minute video, viewers watch as Ludlow sits down for lunch with his bodyguard Mathilde (Sandra Bullock). Once back in his mansion, Ludlow gets down on his knees and begins to pleasure himself, pausing occasionally to offer Mathilde a sip of his drink. He eventually ejaculates and falls asleep in the afterglow. This new video is already making waves online, racking up millions of views in less than 24 hours.
Why Did Robert Pattinson Reject ‘Bel Ami’
The trailer for “Bel Ami” was released last summer and showed off a confident, charming and handsome Pattinson. The movie itself focuses on a romance between an older billionaire (Pattinson) and a young socialite (Marion Cotillard). It also stars Léa Seydoux and Clémentine Célérier. The film is set to be released on October 20th.
After its trailer, Pattinson dropped off the radar for a bit, only to resurface in the media with a vengeance. He has since been linked to several high-profile relationships and has even filed for divorce from his long-term partner, the actress Emily Brown. In May 2018, he began dating singer Alicia Keys, whom he subsequently called his “soul mate.”
‘Cosmo’ and ‘Bel Ami’ Serve As Prequel And Superset To ‘The Lighthouse’
The “Cosmo” series is a trilogy of films based on Don DeLillo’s novel of the same name. The first film was released in 2010, followed by “Cosmo II” in 2014 and “Cosmo III” in 2018. Like the rest of DeLillo’s work, the “Cosmo” series is dark and gritty, filled with scenes of violence and sex. Some reviewers even compared it to the work of David Fincher and Tarantula. It was one of the most controversial and successful trilogies of all time, bringing in over $25 million at the worldwide box office (theater-only and DVD).
While “Cosmo” focused on an affluent lifestyle, “Bel Ami” is set in a post-World War II Paris, where Ludlow must come to terms with his past crimes and the effects of aging. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the two films serve as a prequel and a superset of sorts to the 2018 film “The Lighthouse,” which was directed by Robert Pattinson and stars Willem Dafoe and Alicia Vikander as a father and daughter who share an obsession with light and photography.
Pattinson In Person
Pattinson’s career has spanned over a decade and a half, with such notable roles as Edward Cullen in the “Twilight” franchise, the irreverent American college student John Lennon in “Imagine: John Lennon,” the jaded drug dealer Ethan Mars in “Triple 9,” and the adult film superstar Snow White in “Sultan.” Most recently, he starred in the acclaimed French film “The Dinner,” which premiered at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. He will next be seen in the upcoming Netflix series “Une nouvelle année,” which follows a group of New Year’s Eve revelers as they celebrate the new year in Paris.
Robert Pattinson’s films have won him many fans, but not everyone is a believer. “Bel Ami” is set for release on October 20th, followed by “Cosmopolis” on January 10th, 2020.