Jeff Goldblum: famous actor, musician and just all round gloriously strange man has many famous scenes in his long career.

However, there is one scene which has really stood the test of time. That scene is, of course, from 'Jurassic Park' and involves a glistening Goldblum and a loosely unbuttoned shirt.

Goldblum's character ends up getting treated by Richard Attenborough's character after getting whacked by a T-Rex and receiving a leg injury.

The actor appeared on Jimmy Fallon's talk-show this week to discuss the new 'Jurassic World: Dominion', where he once again teams up with Laura Dern and Sam Neill. However, the two got side-tracked in a discussion over the infamous scene. "I don't remember how that happened actually, it was thirty years ago," said Goldblum after Fallon revealed new merchandise featuring a replica action figure in the guise of the character's book, 'God Creates Dinosaurs'.

"Did I say 'Steven [Spielberg], please, as long as I'm here, you don't wanna miss this'. Or did he say 'Jeff, please, come on, let's see something'. No, I don't think those things happened."

The 69-year-old continued with his theory. "I think, in the actorly way, I had an injury, that is not depicted [in the scene]. But, in the movie, whether you see it below the screen or not, there's something going on there. If you can get some evidence for that, that will be my story."

"Wait a minute, I see some blood there," Goldblum then said, pointing to a tiny speck of blood on his torso in the photo of the scene. "There's a blood spatter there."

"That's the reason you had to remove your shirt?" Fallon replied. "That is a nick, that is barely anything, you don't take your shirt off for that!"

But Goldblum wasn't backing down. "That's excess from something happening here, I'm telling you."

So, whether or not he really needed to unbutton his shirt, we're just very happy that iconic scene, and Jeff Goldblum in general, exists.

You can watch the full exchange in the video below.

Jurassic World: Dominion is out in cinemas today, Friday, June 10.