Jurassic Park: Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill reenact a scene from the first film – teller report

The famous Dr. Ian Malcolm’s interpreter in “Jurassic Park”, accompanied by his two former playmates, re-enacted the famous scene from “chaos theory” to encourage Americans to vote.

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“Lay your hand flat like in hieroglyphics. Now let’s say a drop of water falls on your hand. Which way will that drop roll?”

Back in 1993, in the first Jurassic Park. Not the shadow of a dinosaur on the horizon, and visitors are starting to get bored. Just to pass the time, Dr Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) offers Prof Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) to explain the basics of the famous “chaos theory” by rolling a drop of water on his wrist.

Today, it’s to help viewers wait until the release of Jurassic World: The Next World (and especially to encourage Americans to vote via the site HeadCount.org), that Jeff Goldblum decided to replay the mythical scene. After having promised his fans that he would reproduce a famous sequence from Jurassic Park after 1000 votes, he indeed posted this short scene, in which we see him talking about “theory” and “chaos” not with Laura Dern, but with Sam Neill (even if ex-professor Sattler is not long in joining them).

A little moment of pure nostalgia which should help us to wait until June 9, 2021 (release date of the third Jurassic World, in which the 3 friends will be reunited on the screen). Better yet, if we are to believe the post of Jeff Goldblum (provided that 1000 new votes are counted on HeadCount.org), another scene from Jurassic Park is set to be replayed by the famous trio. Come on, we bet on the meeting with the triceratops, and with the big pile of m ****.

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