- A huge statue of Jeff Goldblum appeared near London’s Tower Bridge Wednesday.
- It is part of a marketing stunt by Now TV and in celebration of the 25th anniversary of “Jurassic Park.”
Does it feel like something is missing from your life? Not anymore. There is a 25-foot statue of a nearly topless Jeff Goldblum gracing London.
Images of the statue began to appear on social media Wednesday morning. The statue, which stands just in front of London’s iconic Tower Bridge, is as glorious as it is strange.
But it’s serving some kind of purpose. The statue, modelled after an iconic moment of Goldblum’s in “Jurassic Park” (1993), is all part of a publicity stunt. Now TV, a streaming service, placed this statue in honour of the 25th anniversary of “Jurassic Park,” which came to theatres in the summer of 1993.
Now TV confirmed it’s behind the fantastic artwork – which it’s calling “Jurassic Jeff” – in a tweet:
25 years ago, Jurassic Park (and one of the best moments in movie history) was born ????????
— NOW (@NOW) July 18, 2018
Here is the iconic moment from the movie that inspired “Jurassic Jeff,” which we hope makes its way around the world for all to see, and then finds a permanent home at a museum:
Below are some of the best pictures of “Jurassic Jeff,” that include human beings and a dog to show how big it really is:
Even pugs are into Jeff Goldblum.
It catches the attention of passersby.
A close-up of the statue.
In 24 years, we hope to see a 25-foot statue of Jeff Goldblum as The Grandmaster from “Thor: Ragnarok.”
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