London celebrates the 25th anniversary of "Jurassic Park" with a steamy statue.
Jeff Goldblum is a big deal in London right now.
To celebrate the 25h anniversary of "Jurassic Park," U.K. streaming service NowTV erected a massive statue of Goldblum's character, Dr. Ian Malcolm.
The statue, pictured above, is a snapshot from a very specific scene in the 1993 dinosaur blockbuster directed by Steven Spielberg. Fans will immediately recognize the sweaty pose from a scene after that T-Rex chase nearly cost Malcolm his life.
Can you believe #JurassicPark is 25? 🤭🦖🦕— NOW TV (@NOWTV) July 18, 2018
To celebrate, we’ve created a Jurassic-sized homage to heartthrob Jeff Goldblum 😍😍😍
He’s waiting for you at Potter’s Field until dinner time tomorrow 🗓#JurassicJeff #JP25 pic.twitter.com/Oimt6WAc8A
The BBC reported that the statue weighs 331 pounds, stands over 9 feet tall and is 23 feet long. The statue plopped down in Potter Park in front of the Tower Bridge took more than six weeks and 250 hours to construct.
The pose has since become a popular meme, which Goldblum previously laughed about on U.K. late-night series "The Graham Norton Show." Now the statue is garnering viral traction on social media under the hashtag #JurassicJeff.
No reaction yet from Goldblum, but see some of the fans posing below.