For international heart throb and GQ cover star Robert Pattinson, the quest to sate one's craving for a New York City hotdog conjures more than a fair bit of anxiety. In a satirical video directed and starred in by the Twilight star to promote his cover story in the magazine, Pattinson embarks on a frenetic mission to find a hot dog, skirting the flashing lights of paparazzi and battling his own destructive inner-dialogue.
Staring solemnly out the window of his luxury hotel room, which he calls his "fortress of solitude," the actor's stomach starts to growl. He rummages through a variety of inedible items in his hotel room as a hungry panic starts to ensue. Faced with the dilemma of traversing Manhattan's East Village, teeming with pre-teens and the giddy excitement of fans, Pattinson dawns a disguise, declaring in a macabre tone: "This city is a labyrinth meant to destroy me." (Yes, Robert, good to see you're coming to understand New York).