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Robert Pattinson is Up Bright and Early to Ring the New York Stock Exchange Bell

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Aug. 14 2012, Published 2:30 p.m. ET

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When you're a famous actor with a movie to promote, one can only hide away in Reese Witherspoon's luxury ranch for so long...

OK! GALLERY: ROBERT PATTINSON MAKES FIRST APPEARANCE AFTER CHEATING SCANDAL AT NYC'S COSMOPOLIS PREMIERE

So that's why lucky Twilight fans will be treated to a bunch of Robert Pattinson in the next few weeks as he shills for his latest movie, Cosmopolis. The press tour brought him to NYC last night where he ate Ben & Jerry's ice cream with Jon Stewart and to the New York Stock Exchange this morning where he and Cosmopolis director, David Cronenberg ran the opening bell.

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Rob looked rested and happy in a sharp navy suit with a bright blue tie.

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Cosmopolis is based off the novel by Don DeLillo, where Robert plays Erik Packer, a young and brooding billionaire. The entire flick largely takes place in a stretch limo during the span of a day where he is chauffeured through Manhattan on his way to get a haircut. Lest you think this premise means the movie will be dull, Rob's been open about the sex scenes with his onscreen wife, Sarah Gadon, and even a prostate examination.

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"It’s a very bizarre scene that you won’t see again in another movie, I promise," he told Metro France before the Cannes Film Festival this spring about getting examined on film. “My heart was beating so fast, I was scared David was going to fire me.”

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