Jeff Goldblum Recreates ‘Jurassic Park’ Pose to Encourage People to Vote

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Jeff Goldblum wants you to vote and in order to persuade you to do so, he’s recreated of his pose from the iconic movie, Jurassic Park.

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More and more celebrities have decided to put out an important message to the world.

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It doesn’t matter who you’re voting for, please make sure you’re having your say in the elections.

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He’s decided to persuade us all to vote by recreating his iconic pose from Jurassic Park and if that doesn’t make you want to vote, then you’re a lost cause.

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Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park franchise kicked off in the ’90s.

The sci-fi adventure movie hit the box office on June 11, 1993, opening to a staggering reception.

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The movie tells the story of a group of scientists who visit an island theme park populated by dinosaurs. The dinosaurs residing in the park (which, you guessed it, is named Jurassic Park) have been created and cloned using pre-historic DNA.  

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The park’s billionaire mastermind, John Hammond, head of bioengineering company, InGen (aka the ones who created the theme park), appears confident in his creation. But, of course, it doesn’t quite work out like it should…

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A tropical storm on the island causes the tour to be cut short, but the park’s computer programmer begins to sabotage the security systems leading to a power cut… meaning the dinosaurs escape.  

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And it’s down to the group of scientists to try to protect the park’s founder’s grandchildren from getting in the path of the predators and make it to the mainland… alive.

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To date, the movie has grossed an estimated $1.029 billion at the box office, making for pretty eye-watering figures.

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And its profound success initiated an entire franchise to be born from it.

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Of the Jurassic Park franchise came 2 more movies.

A second movie, The Lost World: Jurassic Park hit the big screen in 1997, followed by the third installment in 2001, Jurassic Park III, marking the end of the popular dinosaur trilogy. 

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As of 2000, the movies had already generated a whopping $5 billion in revenue.

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Fourteen years after Jurassic Park closed its doors for good, the Jurassic World movies were created.

The first movie in the sequel franchise Jurassic World hit theatres in 2015, starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Nick Robinson.

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It’s set twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park.

Jurassic World takes place on the same fictional island as Jurassic Park and centers on the Jurassic World luxury resort, which provides residence for an array of genetically engineered dinosaurs. But, when one of the massive creatures escapes, it sets off a chain reaction that causes the other dinosaurs to run riot.

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Titled Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the follow-up continues from the explosive events of Jurassic World. 

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But despite its wobbly reception, it still managed to rake in a staggering $1.308 billion at the box office, so it wasn’t all bad.

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And it will be hitting the big screens in June 2021.

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Jurassic Park’s original scientist trio, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, and Sam Neill have been confirmed to star in the upcoming movie.

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The trio is set to reprise their roles as Dr. Ellie Sattler, Dr. Alan Grant, and Dr. Ian Malcolm.

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It’s the first time since Jurassic Park’s original release in 1993 that the actors will star together.

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Dern reprised her role as Dr. Ellie Sattler and Neill reprised his Dr. Alan Grant role in 2001’s Jurassic Park III. Goldblum went solo to reprise his role as Ian Malcolm in 1997’s The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and again in last year’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. But the 3 haven’t starred together since they originated their roles in 1993.

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And if things couldn’t get better, Jeff Goldblum recently paid tribute to his original Jurassic Park character.

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He did this by recreating the iconic post from the first movie. You know the one I’m talking about right? The one where he’s lying down on his side with a few too many buttons popped open giving viewers “the eyes.”

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And of course, after seeing the new version, fans were left shocked…

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Remember to have your say this November. Keep scrolling for more news on the 2 front runners that could become your next president.

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