Jeff Goldblum jokes at Colbert: & # 39; I live more in 10 minutes than most people in their lives & # 39;
Jeff Goldblum wears zany shirt for freewheeling interview with Stephen Colbert: & # 39; I live more in 10 minutes than most people in their lives & # 39;
He will be 67 years old in three months.
But Jeff Goldblum still seemed every inch of the heart of Hollywood when he was seen when he set out in New York to go on TV late at night.
During a zany, freewheeling interview on The late show with Stephen Colbert, Jeff joked: & # 39; I live more in 10 minutes than most people in their lives. & # 39;
Bold: Jeff Goldblum still seemed Hollywood's heartbreaker every inch when he was seen walking out in New York
This joke was in reference to a statement Jeff made for promoting his movie The Mountain, in which he plays a lobotomist in the 1950s.
& # 39; In this movie, one of the things we do is, I think, taking the nostalgic glow – nostalgic glow that should be found even now and found back then – and we de-romanticize, & # 39; Jeff said to Stephen and then the audience grinned.
Stephen said & # 39; that one sentence was an emotional roller coaster for me. I didn't know where it went. I didn't know what the next word would be. & # 39;
& # 39; Me neither, & # 39; Jeff said, & # 39; me neither, & # 39; and finally he said how much he lives in such a short time.
Chic to the limit: the silver fox modeled a colorful shirt with chain print with a tie with silver print and a pair of sky-blue trousers while he was on his way to a late-night TV interview
Early in the interview, the Earth Girls Are Easy star pulled a pair of Ricola lozenges out of his pockets and placed them on his host's desk, seemingly random.
& # 39; I just got it backstage and then I stopped because I didn't want to upset my pockets, so I put it here, do you want it? & # 39; explained the Jurassic Park hunk.
This eventually led Jeff to the Stephen quiz about which film has an aspirin-addicted character – the answer is a 1967 film by In Cold Blood by Truman Capote.
Once the conversation was focused on The Mountain, Jeff said it was & # 39; based – extrapolated from and then poetically emerged from, I think one could say, & # 39; the reality.
Publicity rounds: Jeff was swinging through The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote his movie The Mountain, in which he plays a lobotomist in the 1950s
& # 39; My character – something like the real character – introduced lobotomy in America in the 40s and 50s, & # 39; shared The Fly actor.
& # 39; This used to be done with a surgical partner and through the skull. He said, "Forget the surgeon. I'll get these ice skewers out of my fridge. I'm going to invent this transorbital lobotomy! I'm going through the eyeball and the windshield sweeps around a bit," the Pennsylvania-born Thespian said.
Subtle: during his freewheeling description of the plot, Jeff spilled that & # 39; we don't say much in the movie & # 39 ;, adding: & # 39; It's all – much of it is underground & # 39;
& # 39; And you know, and at that time he got people, like many male, old-fashioned patriarchal men, he has misbehaved housewives, and he has gathered a number of active children and homosexuals and solved them with this treatment. Oh, horrible! & # 39;
During his description of the plot, Jeff spilled that & # 39; we don't say much in the movie. It is everything – much of it is underground. & # 39;
The interview eventually slipped into a recitation of a part of Alfred Noyes & poem from 1906 The Highwayman, back and forth between Stephen and Jeff.
Random: the interview eventually slipped into a recitation of a part of Alfred Noyes & poem from 1906 The Highwayman, back and forth between Stephen and Jeff
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