"There's a scene where I'm seducing (another woman) naked, while having a prostate exam in the back of a limousine. People don't really see that very often in movies," Pattinson says with a laugh. "You do what you can to surprise people."
(...) The red carpet lineup also will feature Twilight's golden couple, Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. This time they are going head-to-head, with Stewart starring in the competition film On the Road.
"I'm already making excuses," Pattinson jokes about their friendly festival competition. But for these two weeks, it's not all about winning the contest, but enjoying the glitz in the South of France.
"There is really something glamorous about Cannes," Pattinson says. "It's the bow ties and the way the festival holds onto the glamour. People really make an effort." via
DenverPost Whereas Penn and Pitt are familiar favorites at Cannes, this year's festival includes a new crop of young actors seeking more adventurous work, including LaBeouf, Efron and Pattinson.
"When you fantasize about how the world views you as an actor, you're like, 'I want to be recognized at Cannes,'" says Pattinson, who has drawn high compliments from his director, Cronenberg, for his performance in "Cosmopolis." Pattinson has previously been to Cannes to promote the "Twilight" film "New Moon" in 2009, but he's clearly thrilled to be a part of the main slate. "Hopefully, people don't hate it," he says, alluding to Cannes' famously vocal audiences.via RPLife/victoria1985
Kristen mentions Cosmopolis and On the Road at 0:50
A really 'american' 65th edition of Cannes this year: Brad Pitt, Nicole Kidman on the red carpet for two roles or the most awaited Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. A couple in real life but in competition against each other at Cannes. Both actors are competing for the Palme but not for the same movie.
Kristen: "I mean a little healthy competition doesn't hurt. And if there should be only one left, it'll be us! No, I'm just kidding."