Actor Jeff Goldblum almost has his own orbit. He has a unique energy that you don’t quite shake even an hour after spending a significant amount of time with him, but what you’ve experienced, basically, is a person completely comfortable in his own skin. This year the 65-year-old legend stars in a handful of films, including Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animation “Isle of Dogs.” Goldblum previously worked with the director on “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” and he draws a parallel between Anderson and one of the filmmaker’s idols.
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“He admired Robert Altman, with whom I worked a few times,