Jeff Goldblum would introduce his own lines in Jurassic World Dominion


Jeff Goldblum would introduce his own lines in Jurassic World Dominion

Chaos, like life, finds a way. Especially in the form of Jeff Goldblum. Like his character, Ian Malcolm, the actor is prone to free-form dialogue, much like the jazz music he likes to play. And in Jurassic World Dominion, he prepared a whole book full of lines and alternative riffs to insert into the scenes. Not always with permission.

Talk to Empire, he mentioned a specific item he added. “We’re on a computer trying to fix something or something, and someone says, ‘Uh-oh, it started flashing error 99.’ And before Mamoudou [Athie]The character of arrives and explains, I was going to quickly slip in the sentence ‘Error 99? Is it Barbara Feldon? However, Barbara Feldon was an agent in get smart, a 1962 TV series or something that starred Agent 99. So a lot of my ideas have to do with references that are totally irrelevant and of no interest or amusement to anyone who might possibly watch a movie, and inappropriate for the scene. But it tickled me.”

Director Colin Trevorrow expressed bewilderment, adding, “He always brought extra stuff into his book which, yes, often referenced 1940s musicals, but it’s both hilarious and very powerful.” Bryce Dallas Howard adds, “I’ve never seen anyone throw more dialogue than Jeff Goldblum… He literally had this piece of paper with these amazing lines, and he was scratching them all day long. You know, some of them will make it and some of them won’t.

Does allowing Goldblum write a lot of his dialogue sound good to you? Let us know in the comments!

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