Jeff Goldblum Is Leaning Into The Charming Self-Parody, This Time On National Geographic
If anyone else carried on the way that Jeff Goldblum did, I would roll my eyes (Ok, I might roll my eyes at him occasionally). Somewhere along the way, Goldblum morphed into a meme that became self-aware that more than occasionally dances over the line into self-parody, but the man is so damn handsome and charming that the public vacillates between blatant lust and the general feeling of “oh, that scamp.”
Well, Goldblum is bringing that joie de vivre to a new project at National Geographic: a docuseries called The Curiosity of Jeff Goldblum. According to Deadline,
Each 30-minute episode will follow Goldblum as he investigates ordinary things like ice cream, baseball, balloons, coffee, subways, cereal and toilet paper, examining how such things are made, how they impact our lives and various surprising connections, turns and revelations associated with the items.
OH, IT GETS BETTER. Please, look at the promo art.
Reader, I died. Not to completely lean into my millennial nature, but I can’t even.
I feel like this is the vibe that Alec Baldwin was going for with his book cover (you know the one), but few can pull off the vibe exuding from that image. We are truly blessed.
Side note: If you need more Goldblum content — and honestly, who doesn’t? — this video will add “grocery shop with Jeff Goldblum” to your bucket list.
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