For a while now, getting tickets for The Book of Mormon has been nearly impossible since it began its run on Broadway in 2011 after many years of development. They sellout quickly whenever touring in Toronto and after seeing the show live, we can understand why.
What would Jurassic Park and Independence Day be without Jeff Goldblum? Something I don’t care about for a start. Why Goldblum isn’t playing half of the superheroes we’re so excited to see in movies this year blows my mind.
Man-crush aside, the think tank known as the internet geek community has birthed something incredible once again – a song based on Jeff Goldblum’s laugh. And yes, we’re talking about the infamous introductory laugh by Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm from the helicopter scene in the first Jurassic Park.
I grew up with a little Les Mis in my life thanks to my mom who’s a long-time fan of the live show. In fact, her and I saw the Hugh Jackman & Anne Hathaway film together on the big screen last year, but even with the adaptation’s unique approach in having actors perform live on set, it doesn’t quite compare to seeing the actual production live.
“What is that?” is correct. Miley Cyrus’ infamous and controversial MTV Video Music Awards performance was as awkward and horrific as the crew of the Enterprise make it out to be.