Jeff Goldblum thanked his fans who registered to vote by re-creating a 'Jurassic Park' scene
Jeff Goldblum thanked fans for voting and creating an iconic Jurassic Park scene. Murray Close / Getty Images / David M. Benett / Dave Benett / WireImage
Jeff Goldblum thanked his fans who had signed up to vote by recreating a pose from the original Jurassic Park.
The original Jurassic Park scene shows Goldblum as an injured Dr. Ian Malcolm lounging in an underground bunker with his shirt unbuttoned.
Goldblum and his "Jurassic Park" co-star Sam Neil previously recreated the "Chaos Theory" scene from the 1993 film to thank the fans for voting.
Original Jurassic Park co-stars Goldblum, Neil and Laura Dern are currently shooting Jurassic World: Dominion, which is slated for 2022 release.
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Actor Jeff Goldblum has recreated a scene from the original Jurassic Park movie to thank the fans who signed up to vote.
Goldblum, who starred in the 1993 film as Dr. Ian Malcolm appeared, posted a photo of himself on Instagram on Friday, recreating one of his character's famous moments.
Goldblum sits with his shirt unbuttoned and his chest exposed.
In the original scene, Goldblum plays an injured Dr. Ian Malcolm showing scratches on his chest as he reclines on a table in an underground bunker.
Goldblum's shirtless moment became so popular that it inspired countless memes, and in 2018 a statue of the actor posed from Jurassic Park was built in London to mark the 25th anniversary of the film.
Goldblum posted the photo to thank 1,000 fans who signed up to vote, checked their voter registration status, or requested a postal vote via a link in their Instagram bio.
"WOW! Thanks to everyone who used my @HeadCount page to make sure you are #GoodToVote! Almost 3,000 of you are ready to vote in November. Here's your reward ... as time goes by" , Goldblum labeled the post.
The actor is affiliated with HeadCount, a national nonprofit and impartial organization that encourages people to vote.
Goldblum made his first post encouraging fans to vote on his Instagram page on September 29th.
"When 1,000 of you register to vote, check your registration status, or request a postal vote (use the link in my bio!), I'll recreate a classic Dr. Ian Malcolm moment from Jurassic Park," he wrote Instagram.
Less than a week later, Goldblum shared a video on Instagram with Jurassic Park co-star Sam Neil, who is Dr. Alan Grant played. The two recreated the film's legendary "Chaos Theory" scene.
The original "Chaos Theory" scene shows Goldblum's character who supported the theory about Laura Dern's character, Dr. Ellie Sattle, using drops of water and "imperfections in the skin" demonstrated.
Dern, Goldblum and Neil will star in the upcoming film Jurassic World: Dominion, which will premiere in theaters in June 2022 at the time of writing.
In August, Goldblum told Insiders Jacob Sarkisian that the first scene he shot on Jurassic World: Dominion was with Dern and Neil.
"The first thing we shot ... it was a scene with me and Laura Dern and Sam Neil and we were - I can't tell you much - but we were in a very tight, closed room all day," said Gold flower.
Jeff Goldblum representatives did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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