In July 2018, a statue of American actor Jeff Goldblum was erected in London by Now TV to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the film Jurassic Park (1993). The 7.6-metre (25 ft), 150-kilogram (330 lb) statue, installed in Potters Fields Park near Tower Bridge, depicts Goldblum as the character Dr. Ian Malcolm, recreating a scene from the film by reclining with his shirt open.
While "Jurassic Park," has no specific connection to London, that doesn't seem to bother eager fans of the movie, who have descended on a 25-foot, 330-pound sculpture of Jeff Goldblum for selfie ...
If you were feeling nostalgic about the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park hitting theaters, this shirtless Jeff Goldblum sculpture is here to make those feelings even more poignant. The 25-foot-long sculpture sits on Potters Field beside London’s Tower Bridge, striking the iconic pose from the 1993 classic movie.