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You know and love actor Jeff Goldblum from such classics as "Jurassic Park," "Independence Day" and "The Fly," as well as Wes Anderson's highly anticipated "The Grand Budapest Hotel," but you haven't experienced total Goldblum fandom until you've dined at Goldblum's. In our latest episode of After Hours, MTV News correspondent Josh Horowitz goes from a chance street encounter with Goldblum on the streets of New York City, resulting in an invitation to Goldblum's new ...
By Kase Wickman »
These days,Jeff Goldblum is more likely to show up in a Wes Anderson movie than a summer blockbuster, but back in the 1990s, he starred in three of the most successful movies of all time in Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Independence Day. With both Jurassic World and Independence Day 2 gearing up for production, only one franchise will sport the 'Blum.
"They haven't called me for [Jurassic World]4," Goldblum recently told The Huffington Post. "But I was perfectly satisfied with the two that I did. I'm still satisfied with that and I'll be the first in line to see anything else, so, you know."
However, Goldblum admitted that Independence Day 2 will be another matter.
"Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see — I haven't read anything — what they cook up. You know, »
- Ryan Gowland
(Cbr) Jurassic Park is opening for business for a fourth time next summer, but Dr. Ian Malcolm’s invitation must have been lost in the mail. Actor Jeff Goldblum tells The Huffington Post he won’t appear in 2015′s "Jurassic World", and not for lack of interest. “They haven’t called me for ’4,’” he said. “Nobody asked me.” It sounds as if Goldblum would’ve been game for reprising his role as the slick chaos theorist, but he’s also “perfectly satisfied with the two that I did. I’m still satisfied with that and I’ll be the first in line to see anything else.” Thankfully for Goldblum fans, the actor looks set for "Independence Day 2". “Yeah, they’ve talked to me about it and I’ve talked to them about it and they’re excited and I’m anxious and I’m eager to see — I haven’t »
- Josh Wigler, Comic Book Resources
Apparently no one has asked Jeff Goldblum if he’s going to reprise his “Jurassic Park” role in “Jurassic World,” but two new actors have been asked and cast. Former “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” actor Vincent D’Onofrio and Indian star Irrfan Khan have both joined the tentpole that already includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson. D’Onofrio will play the main villain, and the movie is being directed by "Safety Not Guaranteed" filmmaker Colin Trevorrow (if anyone wants to make a list of indie filmmakers potentially prematurely jumping to tentpoles, Trevorrow would be on it). “Jurassic World” will be released in 3D on June 12, 2015. Meanwhile, Goldblum might be out of luck on Universal’s rebooting dinosaur franchise, but it sounds like he might be back for “Independence Day 2.” "They've talked to me about [‘ID2’] and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and »
- Edward Davis
The Huffington Post caught up with actor Jeff Goldblum to find out if he'd be making a return to Jurassic Park in Jurassic World, but alas, he hasn't spoken with anyone connected to the project. However, about that Independence Day sequel...
"Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see," says Goldblum. "I haven't read anything -- what they cook up. You know, I think they're trying to put it together."
Look for the new flick in theatres on July 1, 2016 — or almost exactly 20 years after the original hit the big screen.
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- Uncle Creepy
First impressions are everything, which is why the art of the movie trailer has become the most vital tool in the film industry. A bad trailer can sour you on the best movie, but most of the time it’s the other way around. If Hollywood does anything right, it’s selling us a slow-cooked turd as delicious chocolate.
So here are Dread Central’s picks for great horror movie trailers that overshadowed their lesser films:
Exciting trailers for bad movies are a dime a dozen, but what about the ones that are shot just for marketing? You won’t find a better example of an ad eclipsing a film than the brilliant teaser for The Hills Have Eyes 2. Completely wordless with only the sounds of dragging bodies and Devendra Banhart’s “Insect Eyes,” the teaser showed more artistry and directorial flare than anything in the actual movie. »
Jeff Goldblum has revealed he’s set for a return to fighting extra-terrestrials in a big screen sequel to Independence Day. The 61-year-old actor – who played scientist David Levinson in director Roland Emmerich’s original 1996 blockbuster – says he’s in talks for a follow-up movie. The star told journalists he has met with both Levinson and the movie’s writer Dean Devlin. Goldblum revealed: “I haven’t read anything, but I have had a talk or two and a little meeting with Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, and they have ideas about doing it and an interest in doing it and are trying to cook something up from what I gather. “They [ Read More ]
Goldblum denied that he was not involved in the film because it was not being directed by Steven Spielberg, nor that he had declined to return.
"Nobody asked me, but I was perfectly satisfied with the two that I did," he told Huffington Post.
"I'm still satisfied with that and I'll be the first in line to see anything else, so, you know."
Goldblum will next be seen in Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel. »
Good news and bad news for fans of classic Jeff Goldblum pictures, with the star confirming he is set for a return in Independence Day 2, but hasn't been contacted regarding Jurassic World. "They've talked to me about it," says Goldblum, regarding ID2, "and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see - I haven't read anything. I think they're trying to put it together." Good news there then, but less so on the Jurassic World front, for anyone hoping that Dr. Ian Malcolm was going to make another...
- George Wales
While promoting his new movie "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Jeff Goldblum spoke about returning for "Jurassic World," the fourth installment in the "Jurassic Park" franchise, and for "Independence Day 2," which is called "ID Forever." Regarding "Jurassic World," the actor said that he was never asked to appear in it and believes the goal is to get away from the characters from the first three films. He is, however, happy, with the two "Jurassic Park" movies he was in. Regarding "Independence Day 2," Goldblum confirmed that his character David Levinson would return. "Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see what they cook up," he said. "I haven't read anything. I think they're trying to put it together." »
Out doing promotion for "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Goldblum was asked about the follow-up to which he says: "Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see -- I haven't read anything -- what they cook up. You know, I think they're trying to put it together."
He was also asked about potentially reprising his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm in the upcoming "Jurassic World", something which is not happening: "Yeah...they haven't called me for '4,' I know Steven Spielberg isn't directing it... I was perfectly satisfied with the two that I did. I'm still satisfied with that and I'll be the first in line to see anything else, »
- Garth Franklin
Jeff Goldblum was huge in the 1990s. He’s still big today, but he was blockbuster material in 1993 and 1996, when he took a lead role in Jurassic Park and Independence Day. With both films eyeing sequels for the future, Goldblum has discussed with The Huffington Post about whether or not he’ll be appearing. In regards to Jurassic World, the fourth film in the Jurassic Park franchise, Goldblum says he hasn’t been asked about the film:
They haven’t called me for “4,” I know Steven Spielberg isn’t directing it.
Goldblum also revealed that he wasn’t asked back for the third either, although doesn’t elaborate on whether he would have taken part if he had been asked. When it came to talk about Independence Day 2 however, the response was a lot more positive:
Yeah, they’ve talked to me about it and I’ve talked to them »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
We know that next year’s Jurassic World won’t be a “hard reboot” of the Jurassic Park movie franchise, but at the same time it will feature a completely-different cast of human characters (even while maintaining story continuity with its predecessors). Hence, it’s long been a given that Jeff Goldblum won’t be reprising his beloved role as Dr. Ian Malcolm (the chaotician with “a deplorable excesses of personality,” as Jp founder John Hammond put it).
Independence Day 2 – another new installment in a sci-fi blockbuster franchise born in the 1990s costarring Goldblum – is also in development, but director Roland Emmerich has long maintained that he does intend to bring back the actor’s character from the original film (i.e. over-educated ...
- Sandy Schaefer
Though it sounds like Will Smith won't be returning for Independence Day 2, we've already heard that Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman were supposed to come back for the blockbuster sequel, straight from director Roland Emmerich. Now Goldblum himself has confirmed his return as David Levinson while making the rounds for The Grand Budapest Hotel. Goldblum told Huffington Post, "Yeah, they've talked to me about it and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious and eager to see -- I haven't read anything -- what they cook up." But what about Jurassic World? Will Ian Malcolm make a return? Unfortunately, it sounds like Goldblum hasn't been called to appear in what will be the fourth installment of the dinosaur franchise. However, that's not surprising since this new sequel from director Colin Trevorrow seems to be more of a franchise reboot, and they seem to be leaving »
- Ethan Anderton
Independence Day star Jeff Goldblum has revealed that he is in talks to return for the sequel Independence Day 2. Though, he hasn't received a call to reprise his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm in the upcoming Jurassic World, which he's okay with.
A vast majority of the news regarding Independence Day 2 has revolved around whether or not Will Smith will return to star. Earlier this month, director Roland Emmerich confirmed the actor turned down the sequel, though Will Smith's decision is still not "set in stone" as of today (there's a slight chance he may return). The better news is that Jeff Goldblum plans to reprise his role as David Levinson from the original blockbuster.
"Yeah, they've talked to me »
Life, as he so famously said in the first Jurassic Park, finds a way. Unfortunately it appears that the filmmakers behind the latest sequel to Steven Spielberg’s dino-venture haven’t found a way to include Jeff Goldblum in Jurassic World. Still, it seems Roland Emmerich remains intent on having him in Independence Day 2…Out stumping for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, the famously Marmite-loathing actor was asked whether anyone had reached out about the new Jurassic Park entry. “No, nobody asked me, but I was perfectly satisfied with the two that I did” he told The Huffington Post. “I'm still satisfied with that and I'll be the first in line to see anything else, so, you know.”But if you were worried that the Goldblum levels in upcoming studio tentpoles might be too low, Emmerich and the Independence Day team have your back - and Goldblum’s phone number. »
Another new clip is here from the sea-faring indie monster flick Dead Sea along with a pair of stills. Look for the flick to be hitting DVD on April 15th! Enough talk - dig on the goods courtesy of FEARnet!
Dead Sea follows a marine biologist who reluctantly returns to the town she grew up in, only to encounter the violent paranoia that has overtaken its locals as they prepare for the return of a serpentine creature said to appear every thirty years to feed.
The science fiction thriller is written and directed by Brandon Slagle (2012 Shockfest Award Winner - Best Director, The Black Dahlia Haunting) and stars Alexis Iacono (The Penny Dreadful Picture Show, Blue Caprice), Britt Griffith (Syfy's "Ghost Hunters"), Devanny Pinn (Nude Nuns with Big Guns), James Duval (Independence Day, Donnie Darko), Chanel Ryan (Bad Kids Go to Hell, BASEketball), Candace Kita (Barb Wire, "Nip/Tuck »
- Uncle Creepy
Jeff Goldblum has a brief but memorable turn in the new Wes Anderson living dollhouse "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and as such is making the press rounds. One thing that people can't help but ask him about, for obvious reason, are a pair of sequels to two of his most beloved movies: "Jurassic Park" and "Independence Day." Turns out he'll probably turning up in one... and not the other.
To recap: "Jurassic World" is the upcoming new entry in the "Jurassic Park" franchise (this is technically the fourth film and no, no one remembers the third one). While Goldblum starred in the first two movies, both for director Steven Spielberg, he sat out the third installment and it looks like he won't make an appearance in the new film, which is being directed by "Safety Not Guaranteed" director Colin Trevorrow (the confirmed cast includes Guardian of the Galaxy Chris Pratt »
- Drew Taylor
The highly anticipated Godzilla reboot has just unleashed a new trailer and it looks pretty epic. The film appears to have a noticeably darker tone than the goofy 1998 version starring Matthew Broderick and directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow). The 2014 Godzilla comes from director Gareth Edwards, whose only earlier effort was the low-budget monster […]
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- Andrew Shuster
Review written by Jonathan Weichsel, MoreHorror.com
Last year director Brandon Slagle’s The Black Dahlia Haunting became the indie horror sleeper hit of the year. Now he has come back with Dead Sea, a film that, despite its colorful poster design, is in many ways even darker and more brooding than its predecessor. Fans of The Back Dahlia Haunting will embrace this new film even more passionately, and it will be an even bigger hit. Dead Sea is a film that is sure to make waves, pun intended.
Dead Sea revolves around a small town with a big problem. The town is built around a salt-water lake, and every thirty years a Lovecraftian monster appears and feeds on the local inhabitants until they restore equilibrium by sacrificing one of their own.
This causes a lot of drama within the town, and as with many great monster movies, the real »
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