jurassic world cast

There are a few facts of life: God creates dinosaurs, God destroys dinosaurs, Man brings back dinosaurs, dinosaurs eat man, and Jurassic World 3 brings back Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum to clean up the mess.

The original Jurassic Park stars are coming back for another go-around with the prehistoric reptiles as part of the Jurassic World 3 cast as their iconic characters as Dr. Ellie Sattler, Dr. Alan Grant, and Dr. Ian Malcolm, respectively. Goldblum appeared in a brief cameo as our favorite chaotic mathematician in 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but all three original stars are now confirmed to be playing key roles in the Colin Trevorrow-directed Jurassic World 3.

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the world according to jeff goldblum trailer

Grab a cup of joe and sit down with your favorite kooky uncle (or forever heartthrob, depending on your preference), to find out what The World According to Jeff Goldblum looks like. And based on the new trailer that debuted at Disney’s D23 Expo, it looks pretty magical. The National Geographic original series, which is set to premiere on Disney+, follows actor and jazz musician extraordinaire Jeff Goldblum as he pursues his various, wildly different, interests and becomes a “humble student” of the world. Watch The World According to Jeff Goldblum trailer below.

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the mountain trailer

Would you let Jeff Goldblum give you a lobotomy? The answer is probably yes – he’s so charming! But in Rick Alverson‘s surreal new film The Mountain, Goldblum’s lobotomy practices are growing increasingly controversial. The actor plays a doctor in the 1950s, working with a young photographer (Tye Sheridan) on an asylum tour. Watch The Mountain trailer below.

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Retrospective

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, take a look back at the beloved children’s horror series Are You Afraid of the Dark? from Nickelodeon. Plus, Jeff Goldblum takes a look back at the various roles he’s played over the years, and Adam Sandler tries to keep track of his phone, wallet and keys in a new original song from his recent Netflix special. Read More »

Sexy Jeff Ian Malcolm Statue

Life continues to find a way to honor Jeff Goldblum‘s incredible performance in Jurassic Park. More specifically, a single shot where his sarcastic, chaos theoretician character Ian Malcolm looks incredibly sexy and alluring despite being injured in a tyrannosaurus rex attack hours earlier. He’s already being immortalized with a Funko POP in the famous pose seen above, but now he’s been turned into a 1/4 scale statue from Chronicle Collectibles. Read More »

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Draco Malfoy

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch a passionate defense of those dastardly witches and wizards who are in Slytherin house at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Plus, Jeff Goldblum breaks down his most iconic fashion choices over his Hollywood career, and get a video recap of 97 Easter eggs from Hulu’s original series Castle Rock. Read More »

jeff goldblum statue

If erecting a 25-foot Jeff Goldblum statue in the middle of London was ever a question of whether we should or could, the answer will always be yes.

Science finally does something right and gives us the greatest tourist trap that has ever existed (Seven Wonders of the World, eat your heart out): a giant, half-shirtless Jeff Goldblum statue standing — or rather, reclining — on the banks of the River Thames in honor of the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park.

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fallen kingdom trailers

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has a few big surprises. But perhaps the biggest surprise was the revelation that trailers and TV spots spoiled the ending of the film. This was ultimately a marketing department decision, and it definitely did not sit well with the Fallen Kingdom filmmakers.

Major spoilers for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom follow.

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While speaking with Drew Pearce, it’s obvious he has no shortage of good memories from making his first feature film, Hotel Artemis. Having Jodie Foster star in the first movie you’ve directed should help make for a positive experience, but even when the Iron Man 3 co-writer talks about the most challenging days on set, he does so with enthusiasm.

Hotel Artemis is an original independent movie coming out during the crowded summer moviegoing season. For Pearce, he’s hoping some originality and personality will connect with moviegoers. He’s also hoping all the love that went into making his movie about a hospital for assassins shines through. As Pearce told us, “I always say the movie costs $14.5 million and $20 million in favors.”

If you haven’t yet, check out part one of our conversation with Pearce. Below, you can find part two of our Drew Pearce interview, in which he talks about his Marvel experience, nods to Casablanca and Mary Poppins, and more.

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Drew Pearce interview

Drew Pearce‘s feature-length directorial debut, Hotel Artemis, is the sort of movie that’s a real breath of fresh air during the summer moviegoing season. It’s an original story, for starters, but it’s also a movie that relies more on its characters and all-star cast to generate spectacle than the set pieces. Jodie Foster playing a fast-talking, hard-drinking nurse tending to criminals and Jeff Goldblum as “The Wolf King of Los Angeles” has far more entertainment than watching a city get destroyed.

Pearce’s first movie isn’t heavy on action, but it is heavy on star power, in front of and behind the camera. The Iron Man 3 co-writer and the director of Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King couldn’t have assembled a better team for Hotel Artemis, including cinematographer Chung-hoon Chung, who shot OldboyThe Handmaiden, and most recently, It. Together, Pearce and Chung create a location full of color, history, and personality. Even with one primary location, never does Hotel Artemis feel claustrophobic or small in scale.

About a month ago, I had a chance to sit-down with Pearce for an extended interview covering his work with the DP, his influences, writing with Shane Black, and more.

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