Watch 'Jurassic Park' Cast Recreate Classic Scene 27 Years Later!
Jurassic Park fans are getting a whole lot more of original cast members Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, and Laura Dern. The trio returns for 2021 sequel Jurassic World: Dominion, but the stars have been sharing entertainment on set along the way. See their new video, which recreates a famous scene from the original 1993 film 27 years later!
The classic Jurassic Park cast has reassembled for upcoming sequel Jurassic World: Dominion. Stars Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, and Laura Dern are all back for the 2021 film, which recently returned to set following a pause amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
And the cast, it turns out, still remembers their first Jurassic Park outing well. On Friday, Goldblum delighted fans of the franchise by sharing a video of the trio recreating a classic scene from the 1993 movie — with a twist.
Jurassic Park cast acts out 1993 movie scene 17 years later
Goldblum, "Dr. Ian Malcolm," restaged Jurassic Park's "chaos theory" scene, wherein he demonstrated the concept to Laura Dern's "Dr. Ellie Sattler" using water droplets. Only, in the recreation, co-star Sam Neill, "Dr. Alan Grant," filled the role originally played by Dern. Watch below!
After the fun re-enactment, Dern walks in on the pair performing her scene, saying, "I've seen this before! It happened to me."
Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, Sam Neill return in Jurassic World
Goldblum shared the re-enactment video as a reward for having 1,000 fans register to vote in the upcoming U.S. Presidential election, through his page on HeadCount.org. "I will post another classic Jurassic Park reenactment," Goldblum also revealed, "if we get 1,000 more voting actions."
For Neill and Dern, Jurassic World: Dominion is a return to the franchise for the first time in 17 years, dating back to Jurassic Park III in 2003. "Dr. Malcolm," however, did return for the most recent movie, 2018's Fallen Kingdom. Dominion is scheduled for a July 2021 release.
Last month, Neill and Goldblum also connected on a Jurassic Park musical reunion, performing a rendition of "I Remember You."