Jeff Goldblum and his wife Emilie Livingston go shopping at Fred Segal in Beverly Hills. The actor is seen wearing an silver snakeskin suit jacket and a Hawaiian shirt. Beverly Hills, California, United States - Tuesday 5th July 2016
Jeff Goldblum , Emilie Livingston - Independence Day: Resurgence Los Angeles Premiere held at the TCL Chinese Theatre at TCL Chinese Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 21st June 2016
John Storey, Jeff Goldblum, Vivica A. Fox, Roland Emmerich, Bill Pullman , Brent Spiner - Roland Emmerich Hand And Footprint Ceremony at TCL Chinese Theatre - Hollywood, California, United States - Monday 20th June 2016
‘Jurassic World’ director Colin Trevorrow discusses the future of the franchise.
Colin Trevorrow, the director and co-writer of the summer blockbuster Jurassic World, shared the inspiration for the film’s sequel in a recent podcast. 39-year-old Trevorrow is currently co-writing (along with Derek Connolly) and producing the sequel to Jurassic World. A quotation by Jeff Goldblum’s character, Ian Malcolm, from the 1993 film Jurassic Park is where Trevorrow’s inspiration came from.
Colin Trevorrow at the L.A. premiere of Jurassic World in June 2015.
The blockbuster sequel has landed another veteran from the original, to go alongside Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman.
He may not have been able to secure the services of Will Smith, but director Roland Emmerich has at least manage to secure the services of Smith’s on-screen wife Vivica A. Fox to reprise her role for the Independence Day sequel.
The director made the announcement via Twitter that Fox would be reappearing as her character Jasmine from the 1996 blockbuster. Fox has enjoyed a revival in her fortunes in the last couple of years, coming off a high-profile performance in the so-bad-that-it’s-good Sharknado 2: The Second One.
Vivica A Fox will reprise her original role in 'Independence Day 2'
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Jeff Goldblum - A host of stars including previous cast members were snapped as they arrived to the Rockerfeller Plaza for Saturday Night Live as it celebrated it's 40th anniversary with a star studded gala in New York, United States - Sunday 15th February 2015
Despite a superior cast and terrific-looking production values, this mystery romp is a misfire on every level. The only vaguely entertaining moments come in some snappy wordplay that's presumably all that remains of Kyril Bonfiglioli's beloved novel Don't Point That Thing at Me. Otherwise, the film feels clumsy and outdated, and even Johnny Depp's quirky schtick seems halfhearted. So even though it looks great and elicits a few giggles, it's such a mess that it's hard to imagine why anyone got involved.
Depp plays Lord Charlie Mortdecai, an art expert whose immaculately kept manor house is at risk of foreclosure due to unpaid taxes. So he leaps at the finder's fee when his old pal MI5 Inspector Martland (Ewan McGregor) asks him to investigate a murder linked to a missing Goya painting. The problem is that Martland still holds a torch for Charlie's wife Joanna (Gwyneth Paltrow), a brainy bombshell who launches her own investigation into the case. With his trusty manservant Jock (Paul Bettany) by his side, Charlie is taken to Moscow and Los Angeles in search of the Goya. And it all boils over in a chaotic encounter with a smirking art collector (Jeff Goldblum), his man-crazy daughter (Olivia Munn) and a sneaky killer (Jonny Pasvolsky).
Despite quite a lot of adult-aimed innuendo and violence, director David Koepp (Premium Rush) shoots the movie as if it's a hyperactive kiddie flick, all bright colours and shameless over-acting, with whooshing digitally animated transitions and a series of awkwardly staged car chases. None of this is remotely amusing. Even the constant double entendres are painfully overplayed, while the cartoonish Received Pronunciation accents put on by Depp, Paltrow and McGregor are more distracting than humorous. All of this leaves the characters impossible to engage with on any level; they aren't funny, endearing or even interesting.
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The happy couple, who only married in November, are going to become parents to a baby boy.
Jeff Goldblum is going to be a father! The 62-year-old actor and his 31-year-old wife Emilie Livingston, who tied the knot in November at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, are expecting their first child together.
Goldblum and Livingston are expecting a baby boy together
Goldblum revealed the exciting baby news while appearing on 'The Late Show With David Letterman' on Friday (Jan 9th). "She told me the day we got married that she was pregnant," he revealed to the host. "She's three months pregnant."
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While preparing to film 'The Grand Budapest Hotel', director Wes Anderson and company scouted for locations, finding an abandoned shopping centre which they converted into the lobby of the hotel. The exterior of the hotel was primarily shot through the use of miniatures, as were certain action sequences from the film. The minute detail was continued into the creation of costumes for the extras, as each one was supposedly created to have their own entire backstory. Furthermore, the setting for 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is the fictional Republic of Zubrowka. This, too, was created in detail, with various passports, newspapers and small businesses that were designed with a tremendous amount of detail.
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When a priceless painting is stolen with the presumable intention of being sold to fund terrorist activities, England needs a hero. Enter, Mortdecai. Lord Charles Mortdecai (Johnny Depp) is a well-known and barely liked art dealer. He is also on the verge of bankruptcy. Well, 'on the verge' may be a little too generous. Mortdecai's extravagant lifestyle ensures that he is in desperate need of money - so much so, that he is willing to take on the job of tracking down and returning the painting. Or, perhaps, he'll steal it himself when he gets the chance. Either way, he'll have to get his hands on it first, and that is going to be far from easy. Or safe.
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The 'Jurassic Park' actor tied the knot for a third time over the weekend in front of family and friends.
At 62 years-old Jeff Goldblum is giving marriage another chance as he reportedly tied the knot for the third time with his 31 year-old fiancé Emilie Livingston in Los Angeles over the weekend, after three years of dating.
Goldblum married Livingston in Los Angeles in front of family and friends
The 'Jurassic Park' actor and his longtime love walked down the aisle in front of friends and family at L.A.'s Chateau Marmont, according to Us Weekly, who also noted that Goldblum, who regularly performs at an L.A.-area jazz club, played piano and sang with his new wife at their reception.
He may not be in the upcoming ‘Jurassic Park’, but Jeff Goldblum’s onboard for another ‘Independence Day’.
In 1996 Independence Day, starring Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum, took over $817 million at the worldwide box office and amassed a legion of die-heard fans. So the question for the past 18 years has been, where’s our sequel!? Well actually, the long awaited follow up could be soon coming our way after Jeff Goldblum revealed it was “brewing.”
Jeff Goldblum has been speaking about a possible Independence Day sequel.
Speaking to Time Magazine the 61 year old said, “I had a meeting and have been talking over the last several months or year with Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, the producer, and they’ve been cooking up and say they have a part for me in what they hope will be a plan to make another one pretty soon.”
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The 61-year-old actor belted out some fan-written lyrics to the film's iconic theme tune
There can be no one who was alive in the early 1990s that does not regard Jurassic Park as the ultimate classic. And it seems that fans across the globe are not the only ones that hold the dinosaur drama in high regard, with actor Jeff Goldblum, who starred in the celebrated adventure film alongside Sam Neill, Laura Dern and the late, great Richard Attenborough, also has a soft spot for JP.
Jeff Goldblum has learned some fan-written lyrics to Jurassic Park's theme tune
The 61-year-old American star paid a visit to Late Night with Seth Meyers earlier this week and the pair got talking about Jurassic Park and its famous theme song.
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Charlie Mortdecai may be rude, arrogant and distinctly unlikeable, but he's also a terribly rich English art dealer with a drop dead gorgeous wife, charming looks and a trusty man servant. He has been enlisted to uncover a painting, lost for decades and containing a top secret code that leads to a hidden bank account inside which is mounds of Nazi currency. It is with much apprehension on the part of Inspector Martland that Mortdecai become involved, with him being notoriously overt and extremely moronic. But he is happy to help with the recovery, travelling to various corners of the world and dazzling those he meets along the way. However, he has a lot to face on his journey - from MI5 to terrorists and his wife's repeated questions.
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'Jurassic Park' shot recreated at a wedding in Toronto at which the actor was a guest
If Jeff Goldblum attended your wedding, you wouldn’t pass up the opportunity to ask for a couple of selfies, would you? Well, newlyweds Pamela and Jesse Sargent took the idea a step further: setting up a shot from Jurassic Park.
Jeff Goldblum is pretty awesome [Getty/Ian Gavan]
Wedding photographer Adam Biesenthal shared the photograph with The Huffington Post, which shows the bridal party, including Goldblum and his fiancée Emilie Livingston, running through a field towards the camera. The 61 year old actor came to be at the wedding in Toronto because his fiancée is a friend of the bride. Biesenthal later photoshopped an image of a roaring T. Rex into the photograph behind the party, so it looks like they’re attempting to run away from it.
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Yes she’s a lot younger than Jeff, but that’s not all you need to know about Emilie Livingston.
Congratulations are in order for Jeff Goldblum and his girlfriend Emilie Livingston, after the couple became engaged while vacationing in Hawaii. Livingston revealed the engagement over twitter, writing that the actor had proposed on July 8th at the couple’s favourite Los Angeles store. While much has been made of the 30 year age gap between the two lovebirds, (EmilIe is 31, while Goldblum is 61), there’s actually a lot more to learn about the future Mrs Goldblum.
Jeff and Emilie are now engaged
1. She’s Canadian
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What can we expect from Johnny Depp's upcoming crime caper 'Mortdecai?'
Are you ready to see a blonde Johnny Depp indulge in a bit of crime and shady art-dealing? Well you better be. Filming of Depp's new movie 'Mortdecai' is well underway in London, so it's about time we took an in-depth look about what could be the actor's next recurring character.
A blonde Johnny Depp on the set of 'Mortdecai' in London
Continue reading: Johnny Depp's Upcoming Mortdecai: What You Need To Know
Wes Anderson's entertaining filmmaking style clicks beautifully into focus for this comical adventure. Films like The Darjeeling Limited and Moonrise Kingdom are packed with amazing detail and terrific characters, but this movie is on another level entirely: fast, smart and engaging, packed with both silly slapstick and intelligent gags. And the sprawling cast is simply wonderful.
It's a story within a story within a story, as an author (Wilkinson) narrates the tale of his 1968 conversation as a young writer (Law) with ageing hotelier Zero (Abraham), who in turn recounts his life as a lobby boy in 1932. Young Zero (Revolori) learned his craft alongside legendary concierge Gustave (Fiennes) at the Grand Budapest Hotel somewhere in Middle Europe, and stuck by Gustave's side when he became embroiled in an inheritance battle with a spoiled heir (Brody) and his evil henchman (Dafoe). As things get increasingly nasty, Zero and his baker girlfriend (Ronan) help Gustave fight for justice, and when that doesn't work he helps orchestrate an elaborate prison escape. Meanwhile, war breaks out twice across Europe.
The double flashback structure makes this a film about the power of storytelling itself, and even more potent is the reminder that we need to remember the old ways, especially as the world changes around us. This simple idea is woven so cleverly into the DNA of the script that it continually takes our breath away, conveying the true importance of history and nostalgia. At the centre, Fiennes gives his best-ever performance, showing a real gift for comedy (who knew?) as he makes the bristly Gustave deeply likeable. His camaraderie with newcomer Revolori is priceless, as are the cameos from an array of Anderson veterans including Murray, Wilson and the always astonishing Swinton.
Continue reading: The Grand Budapest Hotel Review
Jeff Goldblum just doesn't seem to have enough words to describe Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' as he reels off a long list of adjectives in an interview on the red carpet at the movie's premiere.
How will the movie work without Will, then?
As an actor, Will Smith has come a long way since 1996's alien disaster movie Independence Day. So it's not really surprising that the star of the original movie has apparently turned down an offer to star in Roland Emmerich's upcoming sequel...but we kind of wish he hadn't.
Will Smith Won't Be Coming Back As Steven Hiller In 'Independence Day 2.'
Though Deadline reports an indecisive "back and forth," Smith has reportedly told Fox that he will not be accepting a reprisal of the big movie role that helped turn him into a fully-fledged film star. It has been suggested that one of the reasons for the back and forth was that Smith was "too expensive," as Emmerich himself has explained.
Gustave may be aloof and snobbish in many ways, but he's also extremely charming with a good heart and a titanic personality. As result he makes for a highly popular concierge at the Grand Budapest Hotel, who regularly entertains guests in more ways than one. He is charged with training up an inexperienced young lobby boy named Zero Moustafa who he soon bonds with. When one of his one night stands, the elderly Madame D, is found murdered in her hotel room, Zero is first by his side to defend him against her family and the authorities who are quick to accuse Gustave of the crime. Things become more intense when her will reveals her wish to bestow a valuable painting to her lover, entitled Boy With Apple, and Gustave and Zero are forced to flee. However, they are not alone as Zero falls for an attractive guest named Agatha who helps them hide the painting while Gustave protests his innocence.
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The hilarious new clips have gotten us excited for Wes Anderson's new film
Despite his relatively young age, Wes Anderson has carved out a niche style of filmmaking recognisable to both aficionados and casual purveyors of cinema alike. His latest effort, The Grand Budapest Hotel, sees his perennial working relationship with many stars hit the big screen once more.
A hotel manager and a lobby boy
The trailer hit town in October last year, when we got a good look at the huge cast. Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman, Edward Norton and Bill Murray all return to work with Anderson, while big names, Jeff Goldblum, Tilda Swinton, Willem Dafoe and Harvey Keitel all feature.
Charismatic but somewhat aloof concierge at the Grand Budapest Hotel, Gustave H, is less than impressed when a seemingly inexperienced new lobby boy named Zero Moustafa is hired for a trial period without his knowledge. However, the pair become thick as thieves when Gustave finds himself wanted by the authorities after the murder of his elderly one night stand Madame D. He does what any honourable hotelier would do under pressure. and runs. When it is discovered that the woman had left a priceless painting behind for Gustave in her will named Boy With Apple, her family is furious and Zero helps to the keep the painting hidden with the help of a charming young girl named Agatha as Gustave attempts to protest his innocence. With enough people despising Gustave for his often inappropriate professional conduct, it becomes harder than expected to clear his name and find out the truth about the death of Madame D.
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