Robert Pattinson's fame is getting in the way of his work. David Cronenberg, who directed the young star in his new film 'Cosmopolis' admitted that Pattinson's fame can be a real pain on the set.
While the veteran Canadian filmmaker admits RPatz is a great actor and that he was thrilled with his work, his popularity made shooting difficult.
"Actually the fame was a detriment," Cronenberg told CBC. "I mean, it's good for financing - but it's not necessarily good when you're on the street and there are a lot of Twihards around. But I think people will be really surprised, I mean, I think he's a terrific actor and that's why I went after him."
The release date of 'Cosmopolis' has yet to be announced.
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