Saturday, January 31, 2009

Watch The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow On Youtube!

Yes! Finally, someone has put up all the parts of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," starring Jeff Goldblum. Made back in 1980 for TV. I give you part 1:

For the rest go here:

Jeff Goldblum In Old Pill Commercial

Holsten Pils Advert (Jeff Goldblum) 1990 - A funny movie is a click away
This commercial is from 1990! It is for Holsten Pils.

The Lost World SE: Jeff Goldblum Secret Ending

The Lost World: Jurassic Park Special Edition - Click here for more amazing videos
This is the secret ending that only appears on the Special Edition of Jurassic Park: The Lost World for the Playstation.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

My Pet Jeff

So now that I have an awesome camera, I thought I'd introduce you all to my pet Jeff. Can you guess who he's named after?

I have five skinks like him, but Jeff is the sweetest. :)

Monday, January 26, 2009

Goldblum Credited With Rise In Theatre Revenue

Actors such as Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon, Jeff Goldblum and Josh Hartnett helped to draw crowds last year. Revenue from musicals rose 1 percent while play revenue dropped 1 percent, the society said. Musicals draw two-thirds of all theater-goers.


Saturday, January 24, 2009

Been Busy

Just thought I'd make a post to let everyone know Sweet Chaos isn't dead.

I've been busy with a lot of things (most of them highly annoying) and sadly don't have a lot of time to oggle Goldblum. It's sad. I have been craving an old Goldblum movie for the past week or so, but I don't have the time to sit down and watch one.

Hope everyone is doing well. I have lots of plans for new additions to the site, so hopefull I can get to that soon.

Hope you're all well.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Jeff with Glenn Close

Pretty self explanatory but.... WAAAHHHHH!!!! My best friend's fiancé is a distant relative of Glenn Close and there's Jeff Goldblum right THERE! I am off to write him a ranting e-mail about how he should meet his distant celebrity relative so that she can introduce me! :D

Friday, January 9, 2009

1978's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" is a Friday TV pick

1978's "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" with Jeff Goldblum (of course) is coming on TV tonight. Get the chips and/or popcorn ready.

Go here for the info.

Want more screencaps? Sweet Chaos has a whole gallery of Invasion of the Body Snatcher screencaps!

Bleiberg sees Oscar for Goldblum

Bleiberg sees Oscar for Goldblum
Distributor launches campaign for 'Adam' star

While self-distribution is usually the last resort for indie film, the producers of "Adam Resurrected" have gone a step further. Not content with a simple specialty release, they're paying handsomely for an Oscar campaign around star Jeff Goldblum.
Paul Schrader directed the adaptation of Yoram Kaniuk's novel about a former circus performer and Holocaust survivor stuck in an Israeli mental institution.

While Goldblum's perf was hailed at the Telluride, Toronto and Mill Valley film fests, producer Ehud Bleiberg didn't like the offers they were getting -- namely the proposed release dates. Distribs told him they had too much kudos bait already.

"Why would we screen the film at Telluride and Toronto and release it a year later?" Bleiberg asks.

Bleiberg is no stranger to Oscar nom drama. His last film -- the Israeli hit "The Band's Visit" --seemingly auto-qualified for Oscar consideration after winning the top Israeli Film Academy award. It was later disqualified for having too much English in it.

With "Adam Resurrected," he got a lot of advice from high-profile admirers, including George Lucas, to go DIY. So Bleiberg and co-producer 3L Filmproduktion have committed "a substantial amount" to the pic's award campaign for a shot at best actor.

Full-page ads, 20-plus screenings in N.Y. and L.A., plus 5,000 screeners have been the first salvo, with more to come, Bleiberg promises.

In March, he'll release the pic himself, accompanied, he hopes, by a little Oscar heat.

"There are hardly any specialty companies in L.A. anymore," he says. "We have no choice to but to take our destiny in our own hands."


Thursday, January 8, 2009

Top 10 Sexiest Voices

I came across this short article today about a "Sexiest Voices List" that was created. Of course, it didn't give the full list, but we can bet the makers were too dense to add Jeff Goldblum, so here is my Top 10 Sexiest Voices (and I only did men for this one):

#1 Jeff Goldblum
That sweet, awkward, rambling way of his. His voice is so much of his personality. You could hear him across a room and without seeing him know, It's Jeff Goldblum!

#2 John Shea
Oozing passion. Raises the hairs on the back of my neck.

#3Christopher Walkens
Deep, smooth, seductive. Both chilling and romantic, or is it just me?

#4 Johnny Depp
Even varying from part to part, there is something in this creative voice. I certainly wouldn't mind hearing this voice whispering sweet nothings in my ear.

#5 Rufus Sewell
Romantic and a little edgey. Deep and smooth. A stirring voice.

#6 Dudley Moore
So adorable. Funny. What a loveable accent.

#7 Elijah Wood
Elijah has a different voice to me. It's unlike anything I've heard before. It's young and innocent and beautiful. If anyone ever wanted to make a decent Dorian Gray movie, they should put Elijah in the title role.

#8 Peter Lori
So maybe I watch too many old movies, but I've loved this guy since I was 6 or so. Darkly romantic. I, personally, think Peter Lori could have been a romantic lead.

#9 Steve Buscemi
I may have bizarre tastes, but this guys strange and interesting voice with his big eyes is just perfect for me.

#10 Bela Lagosi
Is there a strange trend in this list? "Children of the night. What music they make." Sounds good to me, I'll be your wife!

Now, make your own list! :D

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Finally, someone gives Goldblum the credit he deserves...

jeff Goldblum is the biggest drawing event movie star of all time. I know, a statement like that is a hard one to swallow. It either causes you to stare at the page, mouth agape in disbelief or raise an eyebrow in confusion - the name "Jeff Goldblum" having long ago slipped your mind.
And that's the mystery of Mr. Goldblum: all signs point to him having been the biggest star of the 90s, charming millions with his eccentric, staccato method of delivery (if you've truly forgotten him, imagine Shatner as a stereotypical Jewish man) . And yet his time on top clings to people's memories like the sheerest gossamer. All pretension aside, it is no coincidence that the biggest movies of both 1993 and 1996 featured Goldblum in a starring role.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Happy New Year

Happy New Year, my dear visitors.

A special thanks goes out to Michelle and Joyce, my Goldblum Sisters. Thanks for all your help, encouragement, and especially friendship.

Wishing you all a wonderful 2009!