Giant Shirtless Jeff Goldblum Statue Erected In London For Jurassic Park Anniversary
Life, uh, finds... a statue.
Over a month after Jurassic Park's 25th anniversary, Sky's UK subscription service Now TV has created possibly the most remarkable statue in human history.
Weighing in at almost 150kgs, measuring approximately 8 meters, the gigantic, reclining shirtless Jeff Goldblum pays homage to his sensual bare chested moment in the iconic 1993 film.
Yup at some point Dr Ian Malcolm decides to whip open his shirt to give us a glimpse of those tyrannosaurus pecs, and now... he's making everyone's day a little brighter.
The statue reportedly took 250 hours to make, and every single moment was completely worth it, considering how much big time sexuality you have to pack into any replica of Jeff Goldblum.
The actor explained how the scene came to be to Yahoo in March this year saying, "It's supposed to be Costa Rica, right?"
"Things are hot and I’m sure I’m in some sort of fever. So all the logic is that we gotta get some of these wet clothes off immediately... As I remember, I don’t think anybody fought me on that."
Goldblum reprised his role in the latest Jurassic outing, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom where he appeared briefly talking about the dangers of humanity meddling with science.
He never said anything about a giant semi-naked erection on the banks of the Thames.
The "Jurassic Jeff", as Now TV have dubbed him, will be lazing around Potters Field until the 26th when -- who knows -- maybe he'll take his rightful place in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
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