Robert Pattinson to ring the NYSE opening bell

Robert Pattinson in a scene from the upcoming "Cosmopolis." (Entertainment One / Associated Press Photos)

Robert Pattinson is slowly reemerging from a heartbreak hole this week, with appearances that will include a stop at the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell.

The heartthrob recently vanished from public view, and for good reason. Tabloids and social media have been fixated on photos showing his girlfriend and "Twilight" costar Kristen Stewart engaged in passionate embraces with the married director of one of her films.

But even if the Robsten part of his life is over, Pattinson still has work to think of. The actor is on call to promote his upcoming film “Cosmopolis” and will be in the hot seat Monday night on “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart. He’s also scheduled for a “Good Morning America” gabfest this week.

At 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Pattinson and his “Cosmopolis” director David Cronenberg will show up on Wall Street to plug the flick, which opens in New York and Los Angeles on Aug. 17 and nationwide the following week.

In the film, Pattinson plays a young financial whiz kid and billionaire asset manager who has a rather epic voyage in a tricked-out stretch limo.

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