The Jurassic World Production Office Contains A Creepy, Shirtless Cutout Of Jeff Goldblum
On the spectrum of attractiveness, Jeff Goldblum exists somewhere between drop dead late 80s, early 90s sexiness and off-putting weirdness. Depending on the angle, heís either the type of dude who would watch you poop or the type of lumbering, shirtless hero who would save your life. As for what he is in the above picture, well, thatís for you to decide.
The hilarious image was tweeted by Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow, and it was labeled "Production Office". As you can tell, it features Goldblum, in all his hairy glory, with a look on his face that says, "Iím watching over this production. Under my watch, life will uhhhhhhhhhhh find a way."
At this early juncture, we donít know a whole lot about Jurassic World. Trevorrow is helming. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are starring. It takes place twenty-two years after the first film left off, and it will finally hit theaters on June 12, 2015. Altogether, thatís probably not enough details nor a close enough release date to get you full-on excited, but given we now know the spirit of Goldblum will be wafting over the production like an eccentric, sexually forward ghoul, that might actually be enough to forget about the disappointing sequels and re-tap into the love we all collectively have for the utterly brilliant first movie.
And letís be honest, a lot of that love has to do with Goldblumís Dr. Ian Malcolm. The star of the ship might technically be Sam Neill and Laura Dern, and those idiot kids might have been relatable to some of us back in the day, but itís Goldblum and his aggressive weirdness that really took that movie to another level. Heís the force that tips that movie over the edge and into greatness. So, in that spirit of that love, itís probably best if we all stop whatever weíre doing at this exact moment and watch Goldblum get on his high horse and bitch slap everyone about wielding awesome power like a kid who just found his dadís gun.
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