It's been a tough old month for Robert Pattinson, and understandably the famously private star has been keeping a low profile. Yet the time has come for Rob to get back on the horse as he appeared on the red carpet for the premiere of new movie 'Cosmopolis' at the Museum of Modern Arts in New York.
He was joined by his cast-mates and director David Cronenberg as they showed their support for Rob and the movie, which is a major departure from his previous teen friendly roles.
In fact there were a number of beauties there as actresses Emily Hampshire and Sarah Gadon joined him on the red carpet. Also present were male co-stars aul Giamatti and Kevin Durand.
The 'Twilight' star even raised a smile as he arrived, looking relieved to be spending time promoting what he loves rather than the unwitting victim in a media firestorm.
'Cosmopolis' charts a billionaire's day as he crosses Manhattan in a limousine in order to get a haircut, with his travels disentegrating into an odyssey as he meets several characters who could destroy his priveleged world.
We're glad that Rob looks happy, and that he's surrounded by those who participated in making a film that is obviously extremel important to him!
PHOTOS: Robert Pattinson joined by cast-mates for 'Cosmopolis' New York premiere