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‘Men in Black’ at 25: How the Sci-Fi Hit Made Will Smith the Biggest Star of His Era

Brent Lang Executive Editor of Film and MediaIf Steven Spielberg had his way, then “Men in Black” would have been a very important stepping stone in the career of…Chris O’Donnell.The superstar filmmaker, who was tasked with producing the sci-fi comedy that opened July 2, 1997, thought that the role of Agent J was tailor-made for the rising actor. Although the idea of O’Donnell teaming up with Tommy Jones may seem ludicrous now, it made sense at the time.

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Five things you didn't know about Jeff Goldblum - Princess Diana link to co-star romance
Hollywood icon reprises his role as Dr Malcolm Cox in Jurassic World: Dominion.It only seems like yesterday since Jeff told viewers that "life finds a way" and became an instant sensation with that viral shirtless moment.However, over 27 years since the original stomped onto our screens, the franchise is set to be concluded in the latest blockbuster sequel in the series.During the past two decades, Jeff has delighted fans both on screen and off - performing at Glastonbury, sharing stories of his royal links and being honoured with his own statue.As Jurassic World: Dominion pounces onto our cinema screens, Daily Star shares five facts you may not know about Jeff Goldblum.Jeff Goldblum recently revealed that he sat next to Princess Diana at the premiere of Jurassic Park in 1995 - and even shared popcorn with her.While attending the premiere of the next instalment in the franchise, Jurassic World: Dominion earlier this month, Jeff spoke about Jurassic Park's Royal Premiere at the National History Museum back in the nineties.He told Yahoo News: "We showed it to - speaking of the Jubilee, the Platinum Jubilee - we showed it to Princess Diana and we had a kind of a royal screening."Steven Spielberg was here, Sam Neil was here, Princess Diana was here, you know, and we showed we showed them the movie. Not standing, sitting!"Popcorn, popcorn."Reflecting on the moment he sat next to Princess Diana, he added: "That's all I can say.