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Jeff Goldblum talks Jurassic World!

Author: Chris Picard | Sep-29-2013 1:16 PM

Jeff Goldblum is one of the three main cast members from the original Jurassic Park trilogy that fans are most eager to see return in Jurassic World. But recently, we learned that Jeff was going to be pre-occupied with filming the Independence Day sequel. We thought this would negate his ability to get involved with Jurassic World, but in this recent interview, we're now questioning our original assumptions...


Jeff recently sat down with TF Magazine to discuss all kinds of topics, like ambition, aging, his new Dog and briefly, Jurassic World. Though the sought-after actor does not confirm his involvement in the fourth Jurassic Park film, he also doesn't deny the fact either. He goes on to add that regardless if he's in it or not, he will be one of the first in line to see it in theaters when it's released, June 12th, 2015. Here's the excerpt from the interview where Jeff talks specifically about Jurassic World:

He doesn't have any "major complaints" about ageing, he says, although he anticipates "the loss of one thing after another until finally everything drops off and you lose everything". He has never "felt the pressure" to have plastic surgery "and would certainly resist any such pressure. I have the strong feeling that it never works. I don't like how it makes people look. I keep my ablutions up. I enjoy the passing of the natural parade, the fall season when the leaves fall and change colour. The cycle of life is thrilling and enjoyable..." He will not confirm if he will reprise his role as Dr Ian Malcolm in Jurassic World, to be produced by Steven Spielberg and slated for a June 2015 release. "Whether I'm in it or not, I'll be first in line for a ticket," he says.

Reading his quotes suggest he will in fact be returning, but doesn't want to let the cat out of the bag yet. Not to mention his NDA might say he can't discuss his involvement yet, in case his role is only a cameo one. Either way, having Jeff Goldblum return would certainly bring a lot to the film and would also certainly make a lot of the hard core fans very happy.

Special thanks to Kristin for the heads up about this news. You can read the full interview with Jeff over on TF.com.

So, what do you think of Jeff Goldblum potentially returning in Jurassic World? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

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