27 years after its Jurassic Park premiere, Jeff Goldblum recreated an iconic scene from the film

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27 years after its Jurassic Park premiere, Jeff Goldblum recreated an iconic scene from the film




Jeff Goldblum returns to the dinosaur franchise and will protect Jurassic World 3. AP.


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Jeff Goldblum returns to the dinosaur franchise and will protect Jurassic World 3. AP.


Many Hollywood stars are involved with politics in the United States, much more at this time, when there is less than a month to go before presidential elections are held in that country. And each one of them Jeff Goldblum, appeals to the resources that seem most creative to you to campaign and call to vote. Among them,

The actor used one of his most emblematic characters, the scientist Ian Malcom who composed in Jurassic Park in 1993 to get attention, and it looks like he made it. Goldblum recreated a mythical scene from the film directed by Steven Spielberg, in which he appeared half naked, recovering from his injuries.

Jurassic Park tells the experience of a group of scientists in an amusement park where there are cloned dinosaurs, created by a billionaire and a group of geneticists. During an evaluation visit before its opening to the general public, the dinosaurs escape and put everyone’s lives at risk.


It's the same! Bah, more or less the same. Jeff Goldblum implemented a particular method to get the attention of Americans. / Photo Instagram @jeffgoldblum


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It’s the same! Bah, more or less the same. Jeff Goldblum implemented a particular method to get the attention of Americans. / Photo Instagram @jeffgoldblum


The new image of 67-year-old actor was published on his Instagram account where he has more than two million followers. In addition, Goldblum shows that, 27 years after that lead that made him famous, still in shape.

It is not the first time that that scene has been recreated in some way. In 2018, a giant statue that reproduced it was installed in London, a few meters from Tower Bridge, which links both sides of the city on the Thames.

But the photo alluding to the famous movie has an objective that goes well beyond remembering and honor the classic film. Through a link, you can access a website where you can check if the voter in question meets all the requirements to exercise their right.

The objective is precisely, invite to vote next November 3, in an election very convulsed by the pandemic and other social issues that are shaking the United States.

On the other hand, Goldblum will be part of the new film in the franchise, Jurassic World: Dominion, along with Sam Neill and Laura Dern, the other two original leads with whom he shared a cast in 1993.

The filming of this new project directed by Colin Trevorrow, like so many others, is postponed by the Covid-19 pandemic. To such an extent that there is still no date for the restart of filming and therefore, no certainty about its premiere.

In Hollywood there are many actors and actresses who are putting their faces with campaigns so that people go to vote since in the United States, voting is not mandatory. Some have even contributed out of their own pockets for the campaigns. The objective is fight low participation rates which, in addition, this year will be even more affected by the pandemic.

Most also make public their support for Democratic candidate Joe Biden, who will face current President Donald Trump at the polls. The artists they question many of their policies, mainly with the indiscriminate use of weapons, violence towards the Afro-American population and the treatment it had with the pandemic.

Like Goldblum, those campaigning for the vote are Jennifer Aniston, Eva Longoria, Dwyane “The Rock” Johnson, Madonna, Tom Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson. And also Robert De Niro, Leonardo Di Caprio, John Legend, Cardi B, Bon Jovi, Julianne Moore, Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn, among others.

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