Jeff Goldblum Recreates Iconic Jurassic Park Pose To Encourage Fans To Vote
You remember the shot, right? Goldblum wearing an open shirt lying suggestively on his side, showing off a bit of chest hair?
That's the one.
Anyway, the 67-year-old - who is actually about to return to the Jurassic World franchise as Dr. Ian Malcolm - decided to give fans a treat after they went in their droves to register to vote ahead of the Presidential election on 3 November.
Obviously Goldblum, like many others, believes that the polling clash between incumbent Donald Trump and Democrat candidate Joe Biden is worth getting involved in.
He wrote: "WOW! Thank you to everyone who used my @HeadCount page to make sure that you're #GoodToVote! Nearly 3,000 of you are ready for this November's election. Here's your reward... how time flies."
He'd previously teamed up with his Jurassic Park co-stars Sam Neill - who is actually from New Zealand, by the way - and Laura Dern to encourage people to get started with the process on National Voter Registration Day.
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They gathered together in matching 'vote' branded gear, and Goldblum even promised this bizarre reward at the time.
In a short video, he said: "Here's the deal, if 1,000 of you head to my link... I, Jeff Goldblum, will pay homage - I think that's a Frenchy kind of derived word - to, listen to this, Dr. Ian Malcolm."
So, that's what he's now done.
The three Jurassic Park stars - as we've mentioned earlier - are going to be sharing the screen with one another yet again before too long in the sixth instalment of the franchise.
They'll be joined by later stars of the blockbuster series such as Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, too.
Just like everything else in the world, the production ground to a halt in March because of - well - you know why, but it has recently started back up again.
It still ain't perfect, obviously. They've been forced to shut down for a couple of weeks at one stage because of positive tests on set, with director Colin Trevarrow tweeting: "All tested negative shortly after, but due to our safety protocols we're going to pause for two weeks. Back soon."
Goldblum was last spotted as Dr Malcolm in 2018's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. He also reprised the role in 1997's The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
Featured Image Credit: Universal Pictures
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