Robert Pattinson to tell all in 'Good Morning America' interview
Related media$entry.content.alttag Kristen Stewart Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 Premieres 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' Clip: Twilight Breaking Dawn Twilight: Breaking Dawn scenes
Actor Robert Pattinson, who has not been seen publicly since news broke two weeks ago that his girlfriend and "Twilight" co-star, Kristen Stewart, had cheated on him, is set for a live TV interview next week.
Pattinson, 26, will speak with ABC's "Good Morning America" next Wednesday, as part of the promotion for "Cosmopolis," a representative for the film told Us Weekly Monday. The magazine said Pattinson would attend the red-carpet premiere in Manhattan on Monday night. He and director David Cronenberg are scheduled to be part of a press event in SoHo the following day. The psychological drama, based on Don DeLillo's novel, opens in the United States on Aug. 17.
Meanwhile, patrons and employees of the country-western bar Deer Lodge in Ojai, Calif., separately told Us and RadarOnline.com that Pattinson was enjoying himself with friends there Saturday night -- seeming to confirm reports he has secluded himself at the nearby ranch of his friend and "Water for Elephants" co-star Reese Witherspoon, who lives with her family in Los Angeles.
Ojai is approximately 80 miles from Los Feliz, the L.A. neighborhood where, until recently, Pattinson and Stewart lived together in his home.
"Robert Pattinson and his friends are at The Deer Lodge getting wasted," tweeted Southern California food blogger Julie Demdam about 1 a.m. Sunday, adding sometime later, "Had to leave the bar. The Brits were getting out of hand." Around 3 a.m. she finally wrote, "Awesome night in Ojai. Got to hang out with a rowdy bunch of Brits & one of them happened to be Edward," a reference to Pattinson's "Twilight" character, soulful vampire Edward Cullen.
Meanwhile, Stewart has been staying with Giovanni Agnelli, a producer of her 2010 film "Welcome to the Rileys," said RadarOnline. Agnelli tweeted last week in defense of Stewart, referring to her as "like my little sister."