Rob Kardashian is back! Well, sort of.
Check out RK's post (below):
[Image via Instagram.]
Jeff Goldblum isn't just a great actor, he can also play a pretty mean piano!
In fact, the Independance Day: Resurgence star performs jazz weekly at a Los Angeles club!
So, it makes sense that the 62-year-old spends his free time teaching fellow celebs his jazzy tunes — like he just did with Sarah Silverman!
The A Million Ways to Die in the West actress posted a video on her YouTube captioned, "This morning Jeff Goldblum came over and we sang at my piano."
And sing they did! The duo covered a hilarious rendition of Me and My Shadow! Check it out (below)!
Caution: NSFW language and phone recorded SIDEWAYS!
It's a boy!
Ironically, the Independence Day actor's lady had the baby on the Fourth of July — but the pair broke from convention and did NOT give their son a patriotic themed name.
The happy couple named their baby boy
What a great lookin' group!
Last night was a big announcement event for Independence Day 2, or what is now Independence Day Resurgence — as they announced last night! The cast and film makers had a live stream even from the movie's New Mexico set and discussed quite a bit about the movie!
As you can see in the photo (above) we're getting quite a few of the original cast back, even though Will Smith won't be returning. We do get Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch, Jeff Goldblum, Brent Spiner and Vivica A. Fox all reprising their roles, and some fresh faces in, Joey King, Maika Monroe, William Fichtner, Jessie Usher who's playing Will Smith's son, Sela Ward who's playing the President and Hunger Games star, Liam Hemsworth!
Hemsworth's character will be Jake Morrison, a military man who lost his parents in what the new installment will refer to as "the battle of 1996!"
The official synopsis for the film is:
"Using recovered alien technology, the nations of Earth have collaborated on an immense defense program to protect the planet. But nothing can prepare us for the aliens' advanced and unprecedented force. Only the ingenuity of a few brave men and women can bring the world back from extinction."
If you're itching to know more about the film, you can get more details and take a look at some of the ships in the video (below)!
While the sequel to 1996's Independence Day has been in production for a while now, the blockbuster finally got its official name on Monday.
We already knew that stars like Liam Hemsworth and Maika Monroe were attached to the follow up and we knew that it is set hit theaters on June 24, 2016, but now we know that Independence Day 2 will forever be known as…
Jeff Goldblum, yasssss!
Ahead of Chris Pratt's upcoming Jurassic World addition to the Steven Spielberg franchise, the boys over at the Screen Junkies YouTube channel thought that original sequel deserved an honest trailer, and we couldn't agree more!
So instead of celebrating Chris and Bryce Dallas Howard's new dinosaur movie, they took things back with a look at The Lost World: Jurassic Park starring Jeff and Julianne Moore and it's pretty brutal.
Basically it's just four minutes of calling out the movie for selling out, but d*mmit if it's not funny!
Get ready for Jurassic World's premiere on June 12 the best way we know how.
Ch-ch-check out this dinosaur of an honest trailer (below)!!!
Twenty years ago, Jeff Goldblum saved the day and stole our hearts in Independence Day. And now he's doing it again!
Filming has begun on Independence Day 2, and now we finally have our first look at Jeff in his reprised role.
Writer Dean Devlin, who created the role of puzzle solver/Earth defender David Levinson specifically for Goldblum, shared a selfie from the set on Instagram!
See what the hero looks like two decades later (below)!
The cast of Jurassic Park is decades older than they were when it came out, but that's not stopping one cast member from appearing in Jurassic World this summer!
No, it's not Jeff Goldblum's character Ian Malcolm — it's the T. Rex who terrorized him and the rest of the gang!
That's right! Director Colin Trevorrow has revealed that the original Tyrannosaurus rex from Jurassic Park is back! She may be 22 years older, but she will cause just enough damage as she did in the first film!
In fact, the director explained