In London, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the "Jurassic Park" franchise, a giant statue of actor Jeff Goldblum in his role as Professor Ian Malcolm was erected in the heart of the British capital.
Jurassic Park is undoubtedly one of the most popular science fiction sagas in the world. And this, since 25 years. And yes, 25 years already that the first movie Jurassic Park went out in the dark rooms. So, the British online media platform Now TV had the idea of celebrate the event by paying homage to one of the most emblematic actors of the saga: Jeff Goldblum.
In Jurassic Park, the latter interprets the Professor Ian Malcolm, a cynical and humorous scientist, who has become a real meme on the web with the famous scene where we can see him shirtless, the body bleeding, after being chased by a Tyrannosaurus. And it is precisely to pay tribute to this famous scene (and of course to the actor) that a giant Jeff Goldblum statue was erected in the heart of London.
This sculpture of 8 meters long and 150 kg takes the famous lascivious pose and shirtless teacher Ian Malcolm in the movie of Steven Spielberg. A nice tribute to the actor, 25 years after the release of the film that was one of his biggest hits at the movies. Jeff Goldblum has not yet spoken on the subject, but anyway, passersby did not fail to pose with the teacher Ian Malcolm.
Imagined by: Now TV