“I’m not here to be didactic or professorial in any way.” Nope, actor and entertainer Jeff Goldblum’s lighthearted new series simply takes us on a journey through the world, as seen through some of the universe’s most inquisitive and uncritical eyes. Coming to Disney+ 11/12/19.
Nope, this isn’t a Gregor Clegane/Game of Thrones spin-off. Instead, The Mountain is an unusual indie film starring Jeff Goldblum as a renowned lobotomist who finds himself on a tour to try and promote the benefits of the waning procedure, and the relationships that develop along the way.
We already know and love Jeff Goldblum for his many classic performances and ebullient personality, but we had no idea he was also a pretty solid jazz pianist. A couple of years back, he and comedian Sarah Silverman did a little duet of the 1927 classic Me and My Shadow.
Over the course of his 40+ year movie career, actor Jeff Goldblum has entertained us in many ways. One of them is the goofy sounds he makes while contemplating thought. If you don’t have time to go back and watch all of his movies, Owenergy Studios has got you covered.
We all love actor Jeff Goldblum, with his matter-of-fact style, and deft blending of humor, gravity, and quirkiness. In this video for Vanity Fair, he looks back on his career, from his 1974 appearance as a thug in Death Wish, up to his literally phoned-in performance for Isle of Dogs.
A modest Jeff Goldblum tells Conan his secrets to getting older, and tries to convince the host to “embrace nature.” This is like the time Saitama revealed his secret to becoming One Punch Man. We bet that Jurassic Park and Independence Day money doesn’t hurt too.