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I’ve been waiting for this day for nearly a month now. Like many of you, my mind was blown back in March when the first trailer for David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis arrived online. Since then I’ve been desperately craving to see more from the movie, and sadly the new images that came out one week later just weren’t enough. But tonight is the night: we finally have the first feature length trailer. 

Coming to us courtesy of Allocine (via ROS), the new preview is just as awesome as the teaser trailer and has the added benefit of being nearly four times as long-Cinema Blend

"Show me something I don't know." This looks wild, Cronenberg back with more debauchery. AlloCine.fr (via The Film Stage) has posted the full-length official trailer for David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis, starring Robert Pattinson as a billionaire who takes his limo around the city for an entire day. Lots of crazy shit happens, and I mean some seriously crazy things, as you'll get a glimpse of in this.-First Showing

Seems like David Cronenberg is back to doing what he does best - creating sublimely weird nightmares and slipping them into the arena of mainstream cinema. It also looks like a peach of a role for Pattinson, who's set to shake off his tween pin-up credentials as the film's increasingly deranged protagonist.-Total Film

I was personally no fan of Cronenberg's last film, which hit the fall festival circuit. At all. But with this trailer it looks like he's back in the pocket I like. I mean, it's about a rich dude (Robert Pattinson) taking his limo across town to get a haircut.-Hitfix

Adapted from Don DeLillo’s novel, and starring Robert Pattinson in a perhaps completely incidental headline-grabbing fashion, this looks like the kind of lean, perverse futurism that Cronenberg has excelled at.-Bleeding Cool

For those who suspect the 69-year-old of mellowing with age, Cronenberg has one last word: Cosmopolis.-Awards Daily

This trailer expands on the mind-bending bits found in the first, with a great look at what will certainly be Pattinson’s meatiest role yet. I love the imagery Cronenberg is playing with, as it looks to be something straight out of one of his 80s/early 90s classics.-The Film Stage

Based on the book by Don DeLillo, the film offers the most promising non-"Twilight" role for Robert Pattinson yet as the billionaire Eric Packer who has one helluva day in his limousine. Sex, drugs, hallucinations and more cross his path, and for anyone worried Cronenberg had become respectable with "A Dangerous Method" he's in full form here, even going back to his psycho-sexual roots in what looks like something out of a Terry Gilliam film inspired by an LSD trip.

"Cosmopolis" hits theaters May 23 in France. It's likely due in theaters in the fall, and we'd assume with the Canuck connection Cronenberg will place the North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this fall.-The Playlist

Just hours before Cannes film festival bosses Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux were set to announce this year’s lineup at the 65th annual festival, a trailer for David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis hit the Internet, confirming the film’s inclusion in the official selection at Cannes.

The first few seconds of the trailer included the festival's signature "Competition Officielle Festival de Cannes" stamp and golden palm logo.-The Hollywood Reporter

Though the credits recall Gaspar Noe’s ‘Enter the Void,’ that may just be the result of ‘Void’ having the most striking credit sequence this side of ‘Se7en.’ The images on screen – from the parade sequence to Pattinson doing damage to himself – seem to come straight from the world of early Cronenberg, that dark twisted Canuck who made horror films that were as cerebral as they were visceral.

This also features an amazing cast – some of whom show up in this trailer, others yet to be revealed. Juliette Binoche, Sarah Gadon and Jay Baruchel make brief appearances while Paul Giamatti and Samantha Morton are barely glimpsed.-Screen Crush

Reacción de los medios al trailer de Cosmopolis

Junto con un nuevo trailer, la película Cosmópolis ha anunciado que se estrenará en el Festival de Cine de Cannes. Si todo lo que sé es de Robert Pattinson en la saga de Crepúsculo, prepárese para una sorpresa. Basada en la novela de Don DeLillo, el cine de David Cronenberg, cuenta con un millonario en su camino para conseguir un corte de pelo. Nada malo puede venir de ese derecho ... derecho. Si bien no está etiquetada como tal, el trailer después del salto incrustado contiene escenas que lo clasificaría para la banda roja.

Estoy emocionado de ver lo que Pattinson puede hacer en un papel muy importante que no es el melancólico vampiro-y. La película se ve bastante cautivador.

Yo no era personalmente un fan de la última película de Cronenberg, que golpeó el circuito de festivales en otoño. En todo. Sin embargo, con este trailer se ve como si estuviera de vuelta en el bolsillo me gusta. Es decir, se trata de un tío rico (Robert Pattinson), tomando su limusina por la ciudad para conseguir un corte de pelo.

Co-protagonizada por Jay Baruchel son, Paul Giamatti, Kevin Durand, Juliette Binoche y Samantha Morton, por lo que, obviamente, el reparto se acumula. Y estoy ansioso por Pattinson para liberarse de los grilletes de 'Twilight'."Agua para elefantes" no lo hizo.

Cronenberg lleva a Robert Pattinson al límite
David Cronenberg competirá en Cannes con su adaptación de la novela de Don DeLillo, protagonizada por un Robert Pattinson nada que ver con 'Crepúsculo'.

Unas pocas horas antes de que se anuncie la alienación de la Sección Oficial del Festival de Cannes, el nuevo tráiler de Cosmópolis nos confirma algo que no es ninguna sorpresa: la nueva película de David Cronenberg será una de las competidoras por la Palma de Oro.

Se trata de la esperada adaptación de la novela de Don DeLillo, con Robert Pattinson como protagonistaen un registro que, trabajando con el director de Videodrome, parece lo más alejado posible a su papel como vampiro reflectante en la saga Crepúsculo. Tartazos en la cara es lo más suave que le pasa al billonario Eric Packer durante un día verdaderamente ajetreado en su limusina; tras salir a la búsqueda de un corte de pelo, se verá envuelto en cientos de depravaciones. Sarah Gadon, Juliette Binoche, Samantha Morton, Jay Baruchel, Mathieu Amalric y Paul Giamatti completan el reparto.

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