Gargantuan, Bare-Chested Jeff Goldblum Statue Celebrates 25th Anniversary of 'Jurassic Park'

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A gargantuan, bare-chested statue of Jeff Goldblum has been unveiled in London alongside the famed Tower Bridge to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Jurassic Park."

While "Jurassic Park," has no specific connection to the city, that doesn't seem to have bothered eager fans, who have descended on the 25-foot, 330-pound sculpture for selfie opportunities.

The statue, which was created by Now TV, commemorates the now-infamous scene where an injured Ian Malcolm (played by Goldblum) reclines shirtless after escaping a T. rex attack.

People are thrilled. 

The sculpture will be in place until July 26, so find a way over there soon.


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