A 25 Foot Ian Malcolm 'Jurassic Park' Statue Has Taken Over London

A 25 Foot Ian Malcolm 'Jurassic Park' Statue Has Taken Over London

EDITORIAL USE ONLY A 25ft statue of Jeff Goldblum's torso in his famous pose from Jurassic Park, which has been created by NOW TV to celebrate the film's 25th birthday is unveiled at Potters Fields Park, London.

Nearly 10 feet tall and 23 feet long, according to CNet, the statue is almost 331 pounds and took more than six weeks to make.

The 7.6-metre tribute to the actor's chesty Jurassic Park character has appeared in London, baffling the locals and delighting the rest of the world.

Though a reason for Jeff Goldblum's giant likeness is far from necessary, there is one apparently, which unfortunately isn't quite as noble as the statue itself.

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"Jurassic Park" featured Goldblum as chaos mathematician Ian Malcolm in the Steven Spielberg film, released on June 11, 1993.

The service issues a call to action, noting that Jurassic Park can now be streamed on the service for a £9.99 Cinema Pass.

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the release of the original "Jurassic Park" movie, United Kingdom streaming service NOW TV is drawing attention with a dino-sized tribute.

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