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‘Good Time’ star Robert Pattinson is craving a NYC hot dog in this brilliant short film

This is just too good.

With the Safdie brothers’ neon-drenched, feverish fifth feature Good Time opening in theaters in New York and Los Angeles this weekend, GQ teamed up with the crime thriller’s star, Robert Pattinson, who disappears into the role of Constantine Nikas in what is perhaps the best film of the year so far, to bring you a short film like you’ve never seen before.

Written by Pattinson, Fame & Shame is less than three minutes long and gives us a glimpse into a day in the life of an extremely hungry R-Patz as he escapes his New York City apartment in a hat and sunglasses disguise to set out on a quest to find the perfect hot dog. In other words, it’s the short film we’ve always wanted.

For real, though, if you’re lucky enough to find yourself in New York or Los Angeles this weekend, please do yourself a favor and experience Good Time at a theater near you. We’ll have our full review posted once the film opens nationwide on August 25.

Written by Matt Casillas

Matt Casillas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Silver Screen Beat. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and can usually be found scrolling through Twitter while attempting to get over an extreme case of writer's block.

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