WATCH: You need to hear Jeff Goldblum singing his version of 'Danny Boy'
Well... you don't get this every day.
Everybody loves Jeff Goldblum, and with just cause.
The actor of Jurassic Park, Independence Day, The Fly, The Life Aquatic, Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, and The Big Chill has quirked his way into every viewer's heart with his unique delivery of sentence and indescribable charisma.
And now, with Thor: Ragnarok, he is back in the limelight, charming up a storm on The Graham Norton Show and every and any journalist that might be lucky enough to sit across from him and chat to him for a few minutes.
Which is exactly what happened here, as our intrepid interviewer Paddy McKenna got the chance to talk to the living legend about his part in the latest Marvel movie, but as anyone who has ever chatted to Goldblum can testify to, no conversation with the actor can be planned. You just kind of get swept up in the tide of his train of thought, and let it wash over you.
Everything from James Joyce's works to the correct pronunciation of Cate Blanchett's surname ("Blanch-ett? Blahnch-itt?") comes up, before Jeff bursts into a sudden rendition of 'Danny Boy' - "Isn't that just the saddest song you've ever heard in your life?" - and his eyes widen in joy as he is gifted with a framed poster of Dublin's Light House Cinema's "Jeff Goldblum's Day".
There is just so much to enjoy from this interview, it is impossible to pin down any one thing.
Thor: Ragnarok is in Irish cinemas right now, and in case you haven't seen it yet, you can check out our (completely spoiler free) opinion-piece on it right here.
Check out the trailer below:
Clip via Marvel