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November 11, 2018   Jules   Upcoming / Chat Show Appearance Be first to comment

LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS: Tu 11/13: Jeff Goldblum, Dick Cavett, Mark Iacono, Caitlin Kalafus
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November 11, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

Jeff Goldblum’s life is like a jazz piece: his acting improvisational, his style unpredictable. He’s made an art of being offbeat. “I’m a strange figure,” he told Anthony Mason, before turning the tables on his interviewer: “I like that hearty laugh. I’d like to hear you sing!” “Oh, no, you wouldn’t,” Mason said. Read More here

November 4, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

We’ve been fortunate enough to have Jeff Goldblum on earth for 66 years today. This year, as with every year since he broke out as an actor (some give ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ that honour while others credit it to his one-line stint in ‘Annie Hall’), we’ve borne witness to some Blum-ing great moments. Read More here

October 9, 2018   Jules   Gallery Updated Be first to comment

Added screencaps from The Graham Norton Show (05 October 2018)

October 9, 2018   Jules   Press / Article Be first to comment

Thirty-five years ago, a strange little sci-fi comedy called Earth Girls are Easy premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to not-very-good reviews. Watching it today is to fall into a time warp back to the 1980s where perms reign supreme and Jim Carrey was but a fledgling young comedian. It’s flimsy but sweet and full of some fun musical numbers. However, there is one scene that feels like an undeniable exemplification of one of our enduring obsessions. The basic plot follows three colorful furry aliens who land in California and befriend Geena Davis in full valley girl mode. As is befitting a 1980s comedy, there is a makeover scene for the aliens. Once their fur is shaven away, the leader of the group emerges shirtless from a tanning bed and wouldn’t you know it, it turns out he’s Jeff Goldblum. And boy, does that rock Geena Davis’s world. Read More here

October 7, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

Jeff Goldblum has huge hands. I know this because we are finger to finger at the keyboard of a Steinway grand piano in a glitzy central London hotel lobby, and he easily outspans my meaty paws. We are working our way through Herbie Hancock’s classic jazz tune Cantaloupe Island, the myriad heavy silver rings on his long fingers flashing under the lights as he takes a solo. If you want to get properly up close and personal with someone, play a piano duet with them. He hums the tune under his breath and rocks his shoulders into me as he plays. When it’s my turn to solo, he somehow manages to wrap his broad, 6ft 4in leather-jacketed frame around me to throw in some bass stabs down the bottom of the keyboard. He grins and laughs. Jeff Goldblum is in the room. And he’s enjoying himself. Read More here