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Jeff Goldblum Talks Thor: Ragnarok, Tom Hiddleston & His GQ Award

 

Jeff Goldblum Talks Thor: Ragnarok, Tom Hiddleston & His GQ Award. There’s nothing not to adore about Jeff Goldblum. The man is exactly how you picture him. Funny, eccentric, ridiculously tall and gangly. And extremely sweet-natured, as he proves at SLC FanX as he reads your tweets. Including a really… uh… spicy one from “Jeff Goldblum’s Whore.”

 

(Image credit: Marvel UK)

He was fresh off the plane from promoting “An experimental Jazz album” in London and accepting the GQ Image award- presented by none other than Tom Hiddleston(By the way, Marvel- if you’re wondering who the fan favorite is- Jeff also mentioned Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) who both received applause. Then he mentioned Tom, and the screaming was so loud that it shorted out my mic.)

Jeff is one of those sincerely nice, pleasant, “I’m really happy to be here!” kind of guys. Such a lovely last-minute addition to SLC FanX. Here’s the complete interview.

You Could Hit Karl Urban In The Face With A Cast Iron Skillet & He’d Still Be Beautiful

You Could Hit Karl Urban In The Face With A Cast Iron Skillet & He’d Still Be Beautiful. Really, it’s unreasonable that one man could be ridiculously attractive AND be uproariously funny at the same time. Think of when Karl Urban played Skurge in “Thor: Ragnarok,” shaved head, kind of an idiot, and the man is still hot.

 

(Image credit: Paramount UK)

Karl stopped by Salt Lake City Fan X to talk about “sharing a good laugh with JJ Abrams over killing off Chris Hemsworth” in the reboot of “Star Trek” where he plays Dr. McCoy. Also, set gossip from “Thor: Ragnarok” and whether it’s more fun to play the “good guy” or the “absolute dickhead.” And to be funny. Like it’s not enough to be relentlessly attractive, he has to make you laugh.

(Cover image credit: Marvel Studios)

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Jeff Goldblum Reads Your Tweets – September 11, 2018

Jeff Goldblum was a wonderful last-minute addition to FanX last week, and he spent his time onstage reading your tweets. There was a certain one from “Jeff Goldblum’s Wh–e” that was… uh… spicy.

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