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Jeff Goldblum wears a slim-fitting pair of Adidas track pants as he jets out of Sydney

He is set to reprise his role as The Grandmaster in Thor: Love and Thunder, which has been filming in Sydney over the last few weeks. 

And Jeff Goldblum was spotted flying home to Los Angeles from Australia on Wednesday, following his work commitments.

The Jurassic Park star, 68, cut a casual figure in cosy flying attire as he arrived at Sydney Airport in a chauffeured car. 

Leg day! Jeff Goldblum wore a pair of very slim-fitting pair of Adidas track pants as he jetted out of Sydney and home to the US on Wednesday after filming Thor: Love and Thunder

His slender legs were clad in a pair of comfortable slim-fitting Adidas track pants, which he paired with a black knit and leather jacket.

He wore a pair of checked Vans slip-ons on his feet and donned his signature fedora hat and glasses.

The Hollywood veteran appeared in good spirits and was seen greeting fans with a Covid-safe elbow bump.

Happy: The Hollywood veteran appeared in good spirits and was seen greeting fans with a Covid-safe elbow bump

Happy: The Hollywood veteran appeared in good spirits and was seen greeting fans with a Covid-safe elbow bump 

Signature look: He wore a pair of checked Vans slip-ons on his feet and donned his signature fedora hat and glasses

Signature look: He wore a pair of checked Vans slip-ons on his feet and donned his signature fedora hat and glasses

Safety first: Once inside the airport, Jeff wore a protective face mask

Safety first: Once inside the airport, Jeff wore a protective face mask

Safety first: Once inside the airport, Jeff wore a protective face mask 

Jeff has been spending time with his Thor co-stars while in town, as well as several other Hollywood A-listers. 

Last month, Jeff, Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky, Natalie Portman, Thor: Love and Thunder director Taika Waititi, actress Tessa Thompson and Idris Elba’s wife Sabrina Dhowre Elba took in a Rabbitohs game.

They were hosted in fellow Hollywood star Russell Crowe’s box. 

He's back! The actor is set to reprise his role as The Grandmaster in Thor: Love and Thunder, which has been filming in Sydney over the last few weeks

He’s back! The actor is set to reprise his role as The Grandmaster in Thor: Love and Thunder, which has been filming in Sydney over the last few weeks

Meanwhile, Jeff recently received his ‘first dose’ of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

He announced the news  in February in an Instagram post, which included a snapshot of the star seemingly getting the vaccine at his home in Los Angeles.

‘As a citizen well into my platinum years, I got my first dose of the vaccine through the LA County Department of Health,’ he captioned the post.

Done and dusted: Meanwhile, Jeff recently received his 'first dose' of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

Done and dusted: Meanwhile, Jeff recently received his ‘first dose’ of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine 

Jeff posed for the snapshot in his luxurious looking backyard, while donning a black robe, sweat pants, and leopard print slippers.

He also had a mask over his mouth and nose that just happened to coordinate with his lounging ensemble. 

Standing a few feet beside Jeff was a nurse, donning a face mask and gloves, seemingly preparing to give him the vaccine or having just finished administering the first dose.

Jeff went on to express his ‘immense gratitude to all of the frontline healthcare workers, continuing to work tirelessly to keep us all safe.’

Backlash: Despite having seemingly good intentions behind his post, Jeff was flooded with mixed feedback, with many calling out the luxury of having the vaccine 'delivered to [his] house'

Backlash: Despite having seemingly good intentions behind his post, Jeff was flooded with mixed feedback, with many calling out the luxury of having the vaccine ‘delivered to [his] house’

Rare experience: 'I love you but this kind of pisses me off that you get to get it in your house in your pajamas,' wrote one Jeff fan, reminding others that the vaccine process is rarely as glamorous or convenient

Rare experience: ‘I love you but this kind of pisses me off that you get to get it in your house in your pajamas,’ wrote one Jeff fan, reminding others that the vaccine process is rarely as glamorous or convenient

The Independence Day actor also noted in his caption that, despite receiving the vaccine, he will ‘continue to wear masks and practice social distancing’ in public.

‘This too shall pass. Grand things are ahead,’ he concluded, followed by a pink heart emoji.

Despite having seemingly good intentions behind his post, Jeff was flooded with mixed feedback, with many calling out the luxury of having the vaccine ‘delivered to [his] house.’

‘Your health department does home visits?’ asked one commenter rhetorically, while another wrote: ‘I want to be rich enough to be vaccinated at my house.’ 

Priority issue? Another major point of contention was the actor thanking essential workers, while simultaneously getting the vaccine while many essential workers (inside and outside medical environments) remain unvaccinated

Priority issue? Another major point of contention was the actor thanking essential workers, while simultaneously getting the vaccine while many essential workers (inside and outside medical environments) remain unvaccinated

‘I love you but this kind of pisses me off that you get to get it in your house in your pajamas,’ wrote one Jeff fan, reminding others that the vaccine process is rarely as glamorous or convenient.

Another major point of contention was the actor thanking essential workers, while simultaneously getting the vaccine while many essential workers (inside and outside medical environments) remain unvaccinated.

‘CDC recommends that initial supplies of COVID-19 vaccine be allocated to healthcare personnel and long-term care facility residents,’ reads the CDC’s official vaccine guidelines. 

‘Curious how an actor gets vaccinated before ‘essential workers’ that make sure your stores are serving you. Rather self righteous,’ read one irked comment.

Flaunting? Some people saw Jeff's post as a means of 'flaunting' his access to the vaccine as well as the means it was administered to him

Flaunting? Some people saw Jeff’s post as a means of ‘flaunting’ his access to the vaccine as well as the means it was administered to him

‘We will all wait online. You go ahead and post your privilege,’ read another, with one comment calling out Jeff’s social status as ‘jumping the line.’

Some people saw Jeff’s post as a means of ‘flaunting’ his access to the vaccine as well as the means it was administered to him.

‘Way to flaunt getting a vaccine at your house. Incredibly tone deaf and disgraceful,’ read one angry comment, with the person adding that they are ‘no longer a fan’ of Jeff. 

‘Are celebrities priority? Don’t they have excessive square footage on which to quarantine safely?’ asked another commenter, noting that quarantine in a small apartment is much more emotionally taxing than quarantining in a Los Angeles mansion. 

Positive vibes: Luckily for Jeff, there were a few positive comments among the waves of critique, including many comments labeling him a 'national treasure' in need of 'protecting'

Positive vibes: Luckily for Jeff, there were a few positive comments among the waves of critique, including many comments labeling him a ‘national treasure’ in need of ‘protecting’

Thankful: 'So happy you're safe legend! We love you!' read one piece of positive, while another comments praised the Thor actor for his 'positive attitude' amid the pandemic

Thankful: ‘So happy you’re safe legend! We love you!’ read one piece of positive, while another comments praised the Thor actor for his ‘positive attitude’ amid the pandemic

Inquisitive: Some commenters even used Jeff's experience as a way to ask questions about the vaccine, with one person asking if the star has had 'any side effects yet?'

Inquisitive: Some commenters even used Jeff’s experience as a way to ask questions about the vaccine, with one person asking if the star has had ‘any side effects yet?’

Luckily for Jeff, there were a few positive comments among the waves of critique, including many comments labeling him a ‘national treasure’ in need of ‘protecting.’

‘So happy you’re safe legend! We love you!’ read one piece of positive, while another comments praised the Thor actor for his ‘positive attitude’ amid the pandemic.

‘Thank goodness I need you to stay safe,’ wrote a relieved Instagram user.

Some commenters even used Jeff’s experience as a way to ask questions about the vaccine, with one person asking if the star has had ‘any side effects yet?’

The Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is administered in two doses, which are given to recipients 28 days apart, according to the CDC. The vaccine is ‘shot in the muscle of the upper arm.’

Some of the possible side effects listed are pain, swelling, and/or redness in the injection site, as well as ‘rest of body’ effects like chills, tiredness, and/or headache. 

Vaccinated: 'As a citizen well into my platinum years, I got my first dose of the vaccine through the LA County Department of Health,' captioned the Jurassic Park star, who boasts 2.1million followers; Jeff pictured in 2020

Vaccinated: ‘As a citizen well into my platinum years, I got my first dose of the vaccine through the LA County Department of Health,’ captioned the Jurassic Park star, who boasts 2.1million followers; Jeff pictured in 2020


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