Video: Pretty much anything can be improved by adding Jeff Goldblum, but Taika Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok really used the actor to his fullest potential. Marvel has been releasing a few of their bonus clips from the upcoming Blu-ray release, and with them we get to see Goldblum at his... Goldblum-iest.
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Video: It's easy to see why this scene was ultimately cut out of Thor: Ragnarok - it doesn't really have much to add to the movie's context, other than to cram even more jokes into a film already delectably stuffed with them. It does, however, feature Jeff Goldblum caressing himself with tentacles, which is a sight the world needs to see.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Two years ago, we all fell in love with Darryl - Thor's roommate and co-star in a pair of short films directed by Taika Waititi that simultaneously showed us what Thor: Ragnarok could be, and explained why Thor wasn't in Captain America: Civil War.
By now you probably know that Thor: Ragnarok has two end credit scenes. The first is the big one that ties into the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. The second, which is much more appropriate to the film, is a funny little aside and director Taika Waititi revealed it was one of just many choices he had for the ending.
Jeff Goldblum's turn as the Grandmaster is one of the most exciting things about Thor: Ragnarok. Who needs superhero action when you could have Jeff Goldblum at his, well, Goldblummiest? There's some good news if you want even more of him though: Goldblum has already hinted, in the best way, that there's more in store for the Grandmaster. Spoilers ahead!
Watching six hours of back-to-back Jeff Goldblum movies at the cinema is the stuff of dreams. Dreams I tell you. And it is going to happen - tonight, in Sydney.
How? You know those kinda-weird Menulog ads Goldblum has been popping up in lately? Sydney-siders are about to receive compensation for them.
We're inching closer and closer to the release of Thor: Ragnarok, where we'll be treated to hours of Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, and the eternally delightful Jeff Goldblum -- who even in smaller doses, like this adorable 10-second synopsis of his upcoming film, is still the grandest of masters.
It's official: Jurassic World 2 is now Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. But that isn't the most interesting thing about the first poster for the film, which was released this morning. It's that the film's tagline is a Jeff Goldblum classic that you've probably already guessed before I even finished this sentence.
So it looks like Marvel has decided it's Thor: Ragnarok Thursday. Earlier, Entertainment Weekly posted our first look at the film, and now they have revealed even more photos, including the much, much anticipated first look at Jeff Goldblum's cosmic lover of competition, the Grandmaster.
Earlier this month, the media was abuzz about "de-extinction", after Harvard scientist George Church claimed we'd be able to grow a (probably non-viable) woolly mammoth embryo in the next few years. But, in the words of Jeff Goldblum playing Dr Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park: "Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn't stop to think if they should."
Independence Day: Resurgence feels like someone took the original film and fast forwarded to only the action scenes. Maybe that sounds good to you, and certainly the sequel's epic scope exceeds its predecessor. But without characters that mean anything to us, there's no drama or tension to the second round of this intergalactic war.