Can you believe that it’s been 25 years since Jurassic Park first hit theaters? I vividly remember seeing that film at the Sarasota Square Movie Theater here in Sarasota, Florida and it’s been so long that theater doesn’t even exist anymore, it’s been converted into storage space for a Costco.
The film hit theaters in June 1992 with an estimated budget of $63 million and went on to earn more than $1.029 billion at the box office worldwide. A complete global phenomenon. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park, NOW TV in London unleashed this shirtless 25-foot statue of Jeff Goldblum‘s character Malcolm. They’ve erected the statue just near London’s Tower Bridge, one of the busiest tourist locations in all of London.
Londoners, tourists, and fans of Jurassic Park simply cannot get enough of the shirtless Jeff Goldblum state as it’s blown up on social media:
There are few places better to be than London in the Summer. The warmer temperatures really bring out a special mood in Londoners, and one that you don’t find in too many other major cities. London’s soooooo far north. The sunrise is at like 5am with 9pm sunsets in the Summer. They kick back, relax, take the shirt down a few buttons like Jeff Goldblum, and enjoy the little things in life. We should all be so lucky.