Jeff Goldblum Is Apparently Writing His Own Dialogue for Jurassic World 2

Producer Colin Trevorrow explains the inspiration behind bringing back Jeff Goldblum's iconic Ian Malcolm character in Jurassic World 2

Producer Colin Trevorrow explains the inspiration behind bringing back Jeff Goldblum's iconic Ian Malcolm character in Jurassic World 2

"Jeff Goldblum called me - and I'm not going to do an impression - but he was like, 'Look, I've added a couple of things, and I thought I'd perform it for you'".

"It is thus far my favorite creative collaboration that I've ever been involved in in that J.A. Bayona is a completely different kind of filmmaker and thinker than I am, yet we do have a lot of things in common so I was able to craft something specifically for another filmmaker that I admire". While speaking with MTV News, Trevorrow explained that he borrowed dialogue from Crichton's original novel for Malcolm's character in the upcoming sequel.

"Maybe one of my highlights of this whole process is Goldblum", he recalled. "There's a sequence in the middle that I've been watching - I mean, I watch dailies every day - but I've started to see stuff come together, and it's just insane". So, we sat on the phone for an hour as he ran these lines, and I talked about it. "It was great", Trevorrow said. Malcolm distracts the T-Rex with a flare and makes it chase him instead, nearly losing his life in the process and being severely injured for the rest of the film. That's partly because Jurassic World scored $1.6 billion at the worldwide box office, but also Trevorrow and his co-writer Derek Connolly did the heavy lifting by creating new characters, new scenarios, and setting the franchise on a new path.

Colin Trevorrow says "Jurassic World 2" is going to be a deep blockbuster. "It makes me feel like such a good writer (.) Look at me, that's a hell of a sentence", Trevorrow had said during the InGeneral Podcast, episode 43, which can be heard here.

Based on what we now know about Jurassic World 2, easily the most exciting part is Jeff Goldblum's return as Dr. Ian Malcolm, the rock-star mathematician who, uh, found his way throughout Stephen Spielberg's Jurassic Park and author Michael Crichton's original novel.

For the most part, Jurassic World essentially acted as if the Jurassic Park sequels never happened and it ended up really working for the whole storyline.

Juan Antonio Bayona is directing the new adventure and Trevorrow has teased that his film is going to be more "character-based" and is also going to add an element of "suspense" to the dinosaur action.

Yes, there was a lot to like about Jurassic World, but my biggest fear for Jurassic World 2 is still that it will repeat the sexism of the first film.