Jeff Goldblum reveals he was 'star-struck' by Cate Blanchett

Jeff Goldblum reveals he was 'star-struck' by Cate Blanchett when they met on the set of Marvel's Thor: Rangarok

By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:46 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 05:46 BST, 7 September 2020

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Jeff Goldblum teased that he was rather 'star-struck' when he met Cate Blanchett on the set of Marvel's 2017 superhero sequel Thor: Ragnarok.

Golblum played The Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnarok, with Blanchett portraying the nefarious Hela.

The 67-year-old actor was talking about his experience on set in an interview with People's Couch Surfing, where he spoke about his experiences with Blanchett.

Star-struck: Jeff Goldblum teased that he was rather 'star-struck' when he met Cate Blanchett on the set of Marvel's 2017 superhero sequel Thor: Ragnarok

Star-struck: Jeff Goldblum teased that he was rather 'star-struck' when he met Cate Blanchett on the set of Marvel's 2017 superhero sequel Thor: Ragnarok

Grandmaster: Golblum played The Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnarok, with Blanchett portraying the nefarious Hela

Grandmaster: Golblum played The Grandmaster in Thor: Ragnarok, with Blanchett portraying the nefarious Hela

'Cate Blanchett plays Hela, that powerfully cosmically powerful witchy woman. She's so good. I'm deeply star-struck with her. She's spectacular,' Goldblum said. 

He also had wonderful things to say about Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi, who he called a 'brilliant man, an enjoyable comedic force.'

'Working on this was fantastic. We improvised a lot, he fools around, I fool around, we did a lot of fun things on it,' Goldblum added.

Comedic force: He also had wonderful things to say about Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi, who he called a 'brilliant man, an enjoyable comedic force'

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