on Sep 30, 2014
Is Jeff Goldblum angling to be the next beloved-by-hipsters eccentric movie star, a la Bill Murray? Perhaps. In addition to being a regular on Portlandia, and giving ex-BUST Interns moisties, Goldblum stars in this viral marketing campaign for "smart" GE lightbulbs, in which he proves that he knows how to turn up the ham to 11. Created by the brilliant comedy team Tim and Eric, the video takes Goldblum to the heights of Liberace-like kitsch, with a hot tub and piano kicker that will leave you smiling for days. Read More
BY Bridgette Miller
on Sep 18, 2014
I’m not going to pretend that I’m just a regular person with a working knowledge of Jeff Goldblum’s mainstream oeuvre who happened to be lucky enough to catch the actor playing some jazz music with his band on Tuesday night. I should be honest with you, reader, because me seeing Jeff Goldblum play some jazz music with his band on Tuesday night is proof of the principle that I maybe just invented that if you put something out there into The Universe hard enough, The Universe will reward you for being a total freak. Read More
BY Maggie Carr
on Dec 18, 2012
What’re you up to tomorrow night? Take a break from that present-procuring panic and head to Videology in Williamsburg for this month’s installment of PAJAMARAMA!, an ongoing series of slumber party classics curated by in-the-know ladies.
This month, Mary Elizabeth Williams of Salon has selected Earth Girls are Easy, a 1988 sci-fi sex comedy starring Geena Davis, Julie Brown, Jim Carrey, Damon Wayans, and a very young (and very hunky) Jeff Goldblum. There’s spandex, silliness, and so much neon. Read More
BY Bridgette Miller
on Dec 13, 2012
If you missed the very first PAJAMARAMA! night at Videology in Brooklyn, then you missed a hair-raising good time as BUST editors Molly Simms and Emily Rems presented the John Waters hit Hairspray. Luckily, PAJAMARAMA! is back with another opportunity for you to enjoy a classic slumber party movie handpicked by an awesome lady.
This month, Salon senior writer and author Mary Elizabeth Williams has selected Earth Girls Are Easy, the weird and wonderful 1988 sci-fi sex comedy with a killer cast (Geena Davis, Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey, Julie Brown, Damon Wayans). Read More