Actor Jeff Goldblum agreed to be part of a "Jurassic Park"-themed wedding photo over the weekend, and the result is epic.
Goldblum, who starred in the 1993 blockbuster film as Dr. Ian Malcolm, appears as part of a wedding crowd running from a Tyrannosaurus rex.
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Photographer Adam Biesenthal captured the shot and later Photoshopped the dinosaur chasing the group into the picture.
Goldblum is the one in the middle in the light gray suit.
Biesenthal told The Huffington Post that Goldblum was at the wedding with his fiancee, Emilie Livingston, who is a friend of the bride. The bride and groom, Pamela and Jesse Sargent, married over the weekend in Toronto.
Livingston tweeted about the event.
The photo of Goldblum and the Sargents’ wedding party is similar to a photo taken and then Photoshopped with an open-jawed T-rex in May of last year.
Quinn Miller, a Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based wedding photographer, posted the photo of a T-Rex chasing a wedding party on his business’ Facebook page, prompting the photo to go viral. It also got the distinction of being the “best wedding photo ever,” according to The Huffington Post
"Run right at the camera, away from the T-Rex, as passionately as you can. I need to see fear and actual running, not lame faces and power walking," Miller instructed the bridal party before taking the photo, he told the Post at the time.
As far as Goldblum’s own wedding plans are concerned, the 61-year-old actor proposed to Livingston, 31, while on vacation in Hawaii in July
Livingston tweeted on July 8 that Goldblum had proposed.
While the exact date of Goldblum and Livingston’s wedding hasn’t been announced, this will be the actor’s third marriage. He was married to his “The Fly” co-star Geena Davis after his first marriage to his co-star in “Silverado,” Patricia Gaul.
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