‘Cosmopolis’ had such a successful opening weekend that Summit execs believe that Rob’s fans will show up ‘in droves’ to support ‘Breaking Dawn, Pt. 2,’ sources tell HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY! Read on for the inside scoop.
Robert Pattinson‘s new film, Cosmopolis, opened in only three theaters on August 17, but managed to earn a weekend total of $72,327, quite a successful number. Summit execs who were worried about the box office of Breaking Dawn, Pt. 2 in the wake of Kristen Stewart‘s affair are now breathing a sigh of relief.
Sources at Summit spoke to HollywoodLife.com exclusively saying that they are very excited that Rob’s movie did well this weekend as they believe “it means even more that all his fans will still come out in droves for Twilight.” Our sources tells us that Summit is still sure that the scandal will affect how they will promote the film with Rob, 26, and Kristen, 22, together, “but what any negative light fans may have with Kristen will be overridden by the fans desire to complete the series and their love for all things Rob.”
“For the box office clout Kristen may have lost, Rob has picked up more,” our sources tell us. “So it is believed to have evened itself out.”
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— Reporting by Russ Weakland, Written by Billy Nilles
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