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Jeff Goldblum channels ‘Jurassic Park’ for best wedding pic ever

Jeff Goldblum channels ‘Jurassic Park’ for best wedding pic ever

HE'S A GREAT WEDDING GUEST: Jeff Goldblum gets the credit for coolest wedding picture we've seen in a long time. Photo: Associated Press

Actor Jeff Goldblum channeled his “Jurassic Park” alter ego as he took part in a dinosaur-themed wedding photo shoot over the weekend.

The actor starred as mathematician Dr. Ian Malcolm in the blockbuster film and its 1997 sequel “The Lost World: Jurassic Park,” and during his friends’ nuptials in Toronto, Canada he revisited the character for an unforgettable photo.

Wedding photographer Adam Biesenthal shared the shot, which features newlyweds Pamela and Jesse Sargent and their bridal party, including Goldblum and his fiancée Emilie Livingston, running in a field toward the camera.

Biesenthal grafted an image of a giant menacing T-Rex behind the group, seemingly chasing after them as they attempt to run away.

Goldblum is preparing for his own nuptials, as he popped the question to 31-year-old Livingston during a vacation in Hawaii last month.

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