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Jeff Goldblum is Cooler Than Ever

"Gender itself, as we move into the future, may literally be fluid and different." Jeff Goldblum spoke to Brut about masculinity and getting better with age. 😎

His life will not be contained

Over 40 years into his career, Jeff Goldblum is cooler than he’s ever been. The longtime entertainer always been cool in his own distinct way. He’s a singular actor—the kind whose roles you couldn’t imagine being played by anyone else. Offscreen, he’s an engaging, thoughtful guy. There’s almost nothing not to like about him. But not until the last decade years, in his 60s, did he break through as a modern style icon. How’d this happen? What compelled him to take an interest in so late into a career that has always valued personal style more than most?

The birth of Goldblum’s first son, Charlie Ocean, is another perfect example of his mastery of the universe. As you likely know, one of Goldblum’s most famous roles came in the form of uninspired MIT graduate and “cable repairman” David Levinson in the 1996 blockbuster hit Independence Day. It was one of Goldblum’s distinctive breakout roles that helped put him on the map, and one that he has been remembered for ever since. Well, the real-life Independence Day takes place on July 4th, which is also, ironically enough, the day his son, Charlie Ocean, was born. His new film, The Mountain, explores dreams, mental health, and the changing role of masculinity. A shy young man goes to work as a photographer for a controversial doctor who advocates lobotomies.

Jeff Goldblum is probably the coolest man alive because he somehow manages to take the traditional nerdy science-type and alter that weird guy into something incredibly handsome, confident, and stylish. And he’s been doing it for decades. He has style like no other, is incredibly talented, and serves as this awesome role model for guys everywhere—and at this point he is the living, breathing personification of everything cool.

Brut.

07/03/2019 12:01 PM
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  • Brut
    07/03/2019 13:14

    Listen to Jeff Goldblum's band play the "Jurassic Park" theme song: https://www.classicfm.com/music-news/videos/jeff-goldblum-glastonbury-jurassic-park-piano/

  • Andrew H.
    07/03/2019 17:53

    That is the most ridiculous and least scientific thing I have ever heard

  • Charles W.
    07/03/2019 21:26

    "I've forgotten my mantra."

  • שזדסגבשזדסגב ש.
    07/08/2019 17:26

    Tang ina mo

  • Deysi R.
    07/08/2019 20:31

    did he let Havey Weinstein play with him too?????????

  • Priyadarshan M.
    07/08/2019 20:33

    Pathetic way to promote a pathetic movie I guess

  • Uriah E.
    07/09/2019 06:13

    He needs to be in a indie-action drama where he comes thru halfway and just wrecks shop with out saying a word and just annihilates everyone, like Leon the professional or Steve buscemi from 'things to do in Denver when you're dead'

  • Hakim W.
    07/09/2019 06:41

    Sounds like propaganda but okay

  • Azeem F.
    07/09/2019 08:16

    bro u resemble so much to this actor

  • Adeel A.
    07/09/2019 11:00

    great actor...

  • Itz V.
    07/09/2019 15:12

    I love his movies ..great actor

  • Jeff G.
    07/09/2019 15:40

    the goldblum is my spirit animal

  • Reda A.
    07/09/2019 19:34

    No one cares what he said he only talked about some mentally .... People to promote his movie

  • Chrisislav J.
    07/09/2019 21:20

    Is he doing the interview on Isla Nublar? Idk why but it feels like he is on Jurassic Park

  • Mnbb P.
    07/10/2019 02:15

    The dinosaur man 😆😆

  • Benazir B.
    07/10/2019 15:46

    Joey peeing on u😆😆😆😆 I love that part

  • Mirza A.
    07/10/2019 22:20

    Of course you are not allowed to say anything else

  • Alina A.
    07/11/2019 05:38

    El es que te decía de la voz 👀

  • Paulbert S.
    07/11/2019 20:40

    .

  • Iz R.
    07/12/2019 00:38

    Was he the "grandmaster" on thor Ragnarok?