NowTV is playing “Jurassic Park,” in honor of the film’s 25th anniversary. The original “Jurassic Park” premiered a quarter century ago on June 11, 1993.
So of course, they made a 25-foot statue of the actor and plopped it down in Potter’s Field Park near the Tower Bridge in London. That’s cool and all, but some of the photos people have been posting on Twitter are taking it to an unexpected level.
Can you believe #JurassicPark is 25? 🤭🦖🦕
To celebrate, we’ve created a Jurassic-sized homage to heartthrob Jeff Goldblum 😍😍😍
— NOW TV (@NOWTV) July 18, 2018
There's a Jeff Goldblum statue next to Tower Bridge in London. I don't know why. But it's there. As a Jurassic Park fan… I just had to… pic.twitter.com/XgdfhQ1A9L
— Femi (@Femi_Sorry) July 18, 2018
There's a giant Jeff Goldblum statue down by Tower Bridge.
It's a bit far-fetched but you should stick with it for the nips alone… pic.twitter.com/K1UEXfRo4e
— Gav Murphy (@cymrogav) July 18, 2018
there is a 25-foot tall statue of Jeff Goldblum in London right now so honestly why are we even bothering to live anywhere else pic.twitter.com/qGY22OmgH9
— chelsea adelaine hassler (@chelseaadelaine) July 18, 2018
lol trump gets a baby balloon and jeff goldblum gets a statue 😆😆😆
“A half naked statue of Jeff Goldblum popped up in London” https://t.co/dAfuJ0kHNl
— Atheist Girl 🦄🏳️🌈 (@iamAtheistGirl) July 18, 2018
I see there's 25ft statue of Jeff Goldblum by Tower Bridge just now pic.twitter.com/gi47FHtzZA
— Alan White (@aljwhite) July 18, 2018
A TV station has erected a huge statue of open-shirted Jeff Goldblum near the Tower Bridge in London, and people are salivating over ithttps://t.co/39FofkiGYF
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) July 18, 2018
Life, uh, finds a way. https://t.co/dgVC6HuQBW
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) July 18, 2018
— Carraig ᚛ᚉᚏᚐᚔᚌ᚜ (@carraigss) July 18, 2018
They were so preoccupied with whether they could make a 25-foot sculpture of Jeff Goldblum, they didn’t stop to think if they should… pic.twitter.com/1KXOoG6Heg
— Sebastian Anthony (@mrseb) July 18, 2018
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) July 18, 2018
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