In the original Jurassic Park series, Goldblum played the mathematician Ian Malcom.
J. A. Bayona ("The Impossible", "A Monster Calls") is directing the next "Jurassic" installment, which will see Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard reprise their leading roles in the mega-franchise. But his iconic turn in Jurassic Park made Jeff Goldblum a household name, inspiring generations of comic impersonations of his trademarked "ah, um" line delivery.
Those wise words of one Dr. Ian Malcolm still ring true today, as it was just announced that Jeff Goldblum has joined the cast for the Jurassic World sequel.
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Kevin Layne, an actor who was recently added to Jurassic World 2 went on an interview on MSTF Management. Although eagle eyed viewers can glimpse his photo in Jurassic World, the new film will mark the first full appearance of the character in more than two decades.
We've been told the second Jurassic World film will deal with animal cruelty and exploitation. Even though we have a photo of the actress, we still don't know her name.
It's set for release in June 2018, by which time we will have been given further Goldblum fixes in Taika Waititi's Thor: Ragnarok and Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs, both of which will surround him with better movies.