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Shirtless Jeff Goldblum featured in Lego’s ‘Jurassic Park’ set

Frank Carnevale
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Jeff Goldblum, actor and West Homestead native, makes his Lego debut as a shirtless Ian Malcolm character he portrayed in 1993 in “Jurassic Park.”
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Jeff Goldblum, actor and West Homestead native, makes his Lego debut as a shirtless Ian Malcolm character he portrayed in 1993 in “Jurassic Park.”

Jeff Goldblum, actor and West Homestead native, makes his Lego debut as a shirtless Ian Malcolm character he portrayed 26 years ago in “Jurassic Park.”

Lego is releasing the Jurassic Park: T.Rex Rampage on June 19 to mark the anniversary of the movie and the Goldblum figure is getting some love online.

Gizmodo says the Goldblum figure is the only reason to get the epic set. While CNET says Goldblum is dino-mite.

The 3,120-piece Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage set lists for $249.99 on the Lego site.

Life or Lego finds a way.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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