Full Trailer for David Cronenberg's COSMOPOLIS!

Contributing Writer; Sydney, Australia (@HugoOzman)
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Full Trailer for David Cronenberg's COSMOPOLIS!
Based on Don DeLillo's novel, COSMOPOLIS is 'a day in the life of Eric Packer, a 28-year-old New York stock market multi-millionaire, as he crosses Manhattan in his customized limousine to go for a haircut. His cross-town journey becomes an almost vertical voyage, with bizarre occurrences and an authentic parade of crazy characters along the way, in a landscape that depicts the modern soul of the West at the end of the millennium'. 

COSMOPOLIS is written and directed by David Cronenberg (THE FLY, DEAD RINGERS, A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE), and stars Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche, Paul Giamatti and Mathieu Amalric. Looking at the new trailer, I can't help but think to myself: Cronenberg is BACK!
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https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawndKohf6PDgQurJZR6qkPd4q69tb--Jm44April 19, 2012 9:40 AM

Looks pretty damn cool actually.

I missed that Existenz thing of his.

Hugo OzmanApril 19, 2012 9:56 AM

warwickc, yes, pretty damn cool it is!

panikApril 21, 2012 4:01 PM

Twitch is the only site I have a problem playing video because of "ad blocking".
It is also the site with the most invisible tracking I've ever seen.
Ghostery blocks 14!. Most websites have 2 or 3.

Todd BrownApril 22, 2012 10:15 AM

The tracking stuff is largely the result of site changes being Frankensteined in over the years. We've got multiple stats packages running, for example, and that's being addressed in the redesign that we're working on now. The ad blocking thing is because our video player is provided by IndieClick. It's the most stable, most versatile, best looking player I've ever had - by a mile - and it's free. Bloody Disgusting, Quiet Earth, Dread Central and a bunch of other sites all use IndieClick's player for the same reason.

We used to use Brightcove but their most basic service was costing us about $750 a month when we switched. I just can't afford that.