The trailer for the third and final movie in the Jurassic World trilogy is here. And Jurassic World: Dominion brings back Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard who starred in the first two JW movies as burly ex-Navy, animal-researcher Owen Grady, and former deadly theme park Operations Manager, Claire Dearing. Jeff Goldblum who was in the first two Jurassic Park movies as Dr. Ian Malcolm and reprised his role in the second Jurassic World movie is also back. And so are OGs Sam Neill as Dr. Alan Grant and Laura Dern (with some great bangs) as Dr. Ellie Sattler. It doesn’t come out until June 10, so hopefully, by then, it’s safe to go to the theaters again so we can cheer on the dinosaurs as they take on Chris Pratt.
Open Post: Hosted By Kyle MacLachlan And Jeff Goldblum Working The Catwalk At The Prada Menswear Show
Nobody’s gonna buy that a wispy 19-year-old male model is actually going to be walking around the streets of Milan, Paris, or New York wearing a 90-pound floor-length wool coat because dressing for the weather is not the look. No, these boys are out here #inthesestreets shivering just so they can show off their nipple piercings. So it was clever of Prada to sandwich waifs between two hearty slices of whole-grain men by having Kyle MacLachlan open their Fall/Winter Menswear show at Milan Fashion Week with Jeff Goldblum bringing up the rear. Not that Kyle, and especially not that Jeff doesn’t have titty hardware, but it takes wisdom, maturity, and restraint to hold one’s nipple situation close to one’s chest.
As BuzzFeed points out, Jeff Goldblum has mercifully recreated that nipples-out scene above––from 1993’s Jurassic Park. Jeff updated it to 2020 standards, throwing in some salt and pepper (mostly salt) hair and just a peek of nipple.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, a pre-production safety manual for anyone working on the Jurassic Park franchise might simply be one page that reads: “The dinosaurs are not real.” You just never know with actors, you’ve got to cover your bases. But in this crazy, mixed-up coronavirus world, there’s a lot more to be worried about when one walks onto a film set. Specifically in this case, 109 pages worth of concerns, according to Jeff Goldblum. Although I’m sure dinosaur realism is still covered at the top of Page 1.
If you’ve been watching the 12th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, then you know that a great deal of effort is being made to edit down (or just straight-up remove) disgraced contestant Sherry Pie from each episode. The editing team over at World of Wonder is obviously busy, which might explain why some complicated comments made by extra special guest judge Jeff Goldblum weren’t cut from the final broadcast. And it didn’t take long for some viewers to let it be known they were extremely unimpressed by what was said. Hmmm…I’m sensing a theme this season.
It was just a couple of months ago when Jeff Goldblum was charming everyone inside/out by pretending he didn’t know about Spider-Man leaving Marvel while dressed like Mr. Furely at Comic-Con. Well, I guess Jeff Goldblum was bored by the people slobbering over his charms and decided he needed to turn some against him, because he has let everyone know that Woody Allen is innocent in his eyes and that Woody’s not on his list of bitches he won’t work with. Jeff Goldblum’s defense of Woody comes after one writer claims she’s heard many stories from women about Jeff Goldblum. So you should probably let your mom know that there’s a chance she may have to take down the topless Jeff Goldblum poster she’s got hanging on the inside of one of her cabinets in her craft room.