Though they had a slightly testy relationship on-screen, off-screen, Dr Alan Grant and Dr Ian Malcolm make beautiful music together.
The pair are back together filming Jurassic World: Dominion, and passing the time between takes by duetting in what appears to be a pretty swish hotel suite.
Neill, an avid Instagrammer, dropped 'The Lost Goldblum Tapes #3' over the weekend, with a rendition of The Everly Brothers' Bye Bye Love.
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After some back and forth about who is more likely to remember the band's golden era (Neill and Goldblum are 73 and 68 respectively), they're soon harmonising, with Goldblum on the piano and Neill on his ukulele.
As the video title would suggest, it's not the pair’s first.
They've also recorded versions of the Billie Holiday standard A Fine Romance, and I Remember You, originally performed by Dorothy Lamour.
While Neill can carry the chords on his uke, Goldblum is technically a pro.
He's recorded two studio albums, with his band The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, so named after a friend of the Goldblum family from back in Pittsburgh.
The Capitol Studio Sessions was released in 2018, which featured performances from Till Brönner, Imelda May, Haley Reinhart, and Sarah Silverman, while I Shouldn't Be Telling You This came out in 2019.
Neill and Goldblum, along with original Jurassic cast-member Laura Dern, as Dr. Ellie Satler, will star in Jurassic World: Dominion, the last movie in the rebooted trilogy.
It currently due for release on 10 June, 2022.
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