Sexy, shirtless Jeff Goldblum appears in London park

Lawrence Kim
July 18, 2018

A 25-foot statue of Jeff Goldblum has been erected in London to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, and Twitter, unsurprisingly, can't get enough of it. The 25-foot statue depicts Goldblum lounging in black trousers and an unbuttoned black shirt in a reenactment of his iconic and often meme'd pose from the 1993 dino flick.

The stunt was 250 hours in the marking, with the 150kg model getting sculpted in six weeks.

Londoners were surprised this morning (18 July) when they were confronted with a giant statue of actor Jeff Goldblum by Tower Bridge.

The statue features Goldblum as Dr Ian Malcolm, the man who criticised the whole idea of reviving dinosaurs from prehistoric DNA in the classic 1993 Steven Spielberg movie. It is estimated to weight about 331 lbs. Goldblum was asked about his iconic and hilarious shirtless meme, and told Yahoo Entertainment, "It's supposed to be Costa Rica, right?"

Dubbed "Jurassic Jeff", the massive statue depicts an iconic scene from the film where Dr. Ian Malcolm, Jeff Goldblum's character, is lying on the ground - shirt unbuttoned - following a T-Rex attack. So things are hot and I'm sure I'm in some sort of fever.

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