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Robert Pattinson on 'Cosmopolis' Co-Star Sarah Gadon: "She Has a Great Face"

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Apr. 7 2011, Published 5:00 a.m. ET

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Robert Pattinson's Cosmopolis co-star has officially been announced and now the Twilight star can share his thoughts on what he thinks of his future on-screen wife, Sarah Gadon. And what he has to say may surprise you!

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In the David Cronenberg directed film, Rob will play Eric Packer, a finance guru, and Sarah will play his estranged wife.

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Cosmopolis is set in New York in 2000 around the time of the dot-com bubble and is a modern interpretation of James Joyce's Ulysses, MTV News reports.

So MTV asked Rob what he thinks of his new female co-star now that the announcement has been made officially.

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"I've seen a couple of things she's done. She's really good," he said of Sarah. "She has a great face... I haven't talked to her yet, but I think it's going to be a great cast."

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Well, we think that's a pretty nice compliment for the 23-year-old actress coming from Rob. But we're sure he says the same about Kristen Stewart!

Filming begins sometime next month.

"I'm working with a dialect coach now. There's this very specific accent," Rob explained. "And yeah, just sort of various sort of things."

Watch Rob's interview below!

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