Adam Biesenthal

Thank You, Jeff Goldblum, For This 'Jurassic Park' Wedding Photo

God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man creates dinosaurs in Photoshop.

Some days the world just likes to do us all a solid. As evidenced by this shot of Jeff Goldblum, at a wedding, pretending to run away from a dinosaur a la "Jurassic Park," today is one of those days.

Yes, let me just repeat that for you, highlights-style: Jeff Goldblum. "Jurassic Park." Wedding photo. Dinosaur.

Every other wedding photo on Earth just because invalid (sorry) thanks to Pamela and Jesse Sargent's photographic proof that they had the best wedding ever, if for no other reason than they managed to pull off something so magical, so out-of-this-world, and so damn Goldblumian that we fail to see a point in continuing the time-honored tradition of wedding photography. Not when we've already reached the summit.

Adam Biesenthal

According to photographer Adam Biesenthal, who took a break from basking in his own glory, no doubt, to discuss the snap on Reddit, Goldblum was a guest at the couple's nuptials this weekend and, when asked to take part was not only on board but super-keen to do it. "Truth be told, he was a very cool guy, who, when the groom asked him to do this shot he enthusiastically agreed and as one commenter mentioned, was the only one who really got into character (aside from the one groomsman on the right). Everyone else kept smiling the whole time!"

I mean of COURSE they were smiling — wouldn't you if you were that close to Dr. Ian Malcolm/Jeff Goldblum? That's the sort of euphoria no drug could ever replicate, my friends. This is the pinnacle. The apex. The end.

Your move once "Jurassic World" comes out, Chris Pratt.