'Here I am talking about dinosaurs again!' First glimpse of Jeff Goldblum reprising his role for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in behind-the-scenes video

It was announced earlier this year that Jeff Goldblum would be reprising his iconic role as Dr Ian Malcolm in the fifth Jurassic Park movie, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

And after months of waiting for a first look at Goldblum on set, the actor, 65, has cropped up in the latest of Universal's teasers for the blockbuster sequel.

As the main trailer for the film is set to drop on Thursday evening, this week has seen the studio drip-feed short hints at what to expect; but the latest is a three minute collection of clips from the film and behind-the-scenes snippets, including a scene with Goldblum at a hearing of some sort.

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'Here I am talking about dinosaurs again!' First glimpse of Jeff Goldblum reprising his role for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in behind-the-scenes video

'Here I am talking about dinosaurs again!' First glimpse of Jeff Goldblum reprising his role for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in behind-the-scenes video

'Here I am talking about dinosaurs again!' the actor says, in character, seemingly being asked advice by an official panel.

The video is peppered with the stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard talking about the new film, along with soundbites from the crew of the film.

Writer of Fallen Kingdom, and director of 2015's Jurassic World Colin Trevorrow, says: 'For kids growing up loving dinosaurs, the Jurassic movies are really the vehicle for them to see their dreams realised.'

'We are telling the next chapter,' Pratt says, as Howard promises that 'this story takes Jurassic where its never gone before...'

Back for more: Clips from the movie feature the pair of actors reprising their roles from the fourth film - dinosaur trainer Owen Grady [Pratt] and former Jurassic World operations manager Claire Dearing [Howard]

Back for more: Clips from the movie feature the pair of actors reprising their roles from the fourth film - dinosaur trainer Owen Grady [Pratt] and former Jurassic World operations manager Claire Dearing [Howard]

Disaster site: Shots see meadows with abandonned Gyrospheres [one of the rides from the park] in them, an off-the-rails monorail and a barely-standing Jurassic World entrance gate

Disaster site: Shots see meadows with abandonned Gyrospheres [one of the rides from the park] in them, an off-the-rails monorail and a barely-standing Jurassic World entrance gate

Clips from the movie feature the pair of actors reprising their roles from the fourth film - dinosaur trainer Owen Grady [Pratt] and former Jurassic World operations manager Claire Dearing [Howard].

They are seen in a variety of sequences, seemingly back on the island from Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, Isla Nublar, with newcomer Justice Smith, undertaking an operation of some sort involving the now-destroyed theme park.

Shots see meadows with abandonned Gyrospheres?[one of the rides from the park] in them, an off-the-rails monorail and a barely-standing Jurassic World entrance gate.

This gives fans a glimpse at something not seen in the previous Jurassic Park sequels - a look back at the destroyed park.

Escape:?They are seen in a variety of sequences, seemingly back on the island from Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, Isla Nublar, with newcomer Justice Smith, undertaking an operation of some sort involving the now-destroyed theme park

Escape:?They are seen in a variety of sequences, seemingly back on the island from Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, Isla Nublar, with newcomer Justice Smith, undertaking an operation of some sort involving the now-destroyed theme park

Out for the count: Later in the video, the actors are seen transporting the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex anesthetised and locked in the back of a truck

Out for the count: Later in the video, the actors are seen transporting the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex anesthetised and locked in the back of a truck

After the events of Jurassic Park [1993] in which the yet-to-be-opened park fell into chaos and was ruined by it's released dinosaurs, the franchise didn't return to Isla Nublar.

Both The Lost World [1997] and Jurassic Park III [2001] took place on sister island Isla Sorna.

Jurassic World returned to Nublar, but by this point the island had been rebuilt and was open to the public. Other than a slight glimpse at the old Vistor's Centre, the park was mostly in mint condition.

Yet the new feature sees the character on Isla Nublar in the state it was left at the end of Jurassic World - overrun by dinosaurs and in ruins.

Eye spy: The plot has remained for the most part unknown, and only now have glimmers come through regarding the movie's story line

Eye spy: The plot has remained for the most part unknown, and only now have glimmers come through regarding the movie's story line

Dino danger:?The cast and crew promise 'surprises', a 'different, intense, spectacular' film, and an experience like 'nothing you've ever seen before'

Dino danger:?The cast and crew promise 'surprises', a 'different, intense, spectacular' film, and an experience like 'nothing you've ever seen before'

The plot has remained for the most part unknown, and only now have glimmers come through regarding the movie's story line.

Pratt tells the camera: 'We are literally blowing up the island.'

Later in the video, the actors are seen transporting the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex anesthetised and locked in the back of a truck.

This suggests, despite Isla Nublar being 'blown up', the dinosaurs are in fact being retrieved from it and saved.

Another clip sees the crew arranging a model of a theme park. It's unclear whether this is a film-making tool or whether it's a prop for the movie.

Another park??Another clip sees the crew arranging a model of a theme park. It's unclear whether this is a film-making tool or whether it's a prop for the movie.?If the latter, could the story involve an attempt to rebuild Jurassic Park/World for the fourth time?

Another park??Another clip sees the crew arranging a model of a theme park. It's unclear whether this is a film-making tool or whether it's a prop for the movie.?If the latter, could the story involve an attempt to rebuild Jurassic Park/World for the fourth time?

At the helm: 'He?s a genius when it comes to frightening people,' Howard says of director J A Bayona, whose fifth film is intended to set up a sixth?

At the helm: 'He’s a genius when it comes to frightening people,' Howard says of director J A Bayona, whose fifth film is intended to set up a sixth?

Back to Nublar: After the events of Jurassic Park [1993] in which the yet-to-be-opened park fell into chaos and was ruined by it's released dinosaurs, the franchise didn't return to Isla Nublar. Both The Lost World [1997] and Jurassic Park III [2001] took place on sister island Isla Sorna

Back to Nublar: After the events of Jurassic Park [1993] in which the yet-to-be-opened park fell into chaos and was ruined by it's released dinosaurs, the franchise didn't return to Isla Nublar. Both The Lost World [1997] and Jurassic Park III [2001] took place on sister island Isla Sorna

If the latter, could the story involve an attempt to rebuild Jurassic Park/World for the fourth time?

The original park was subject to a re-launch attempt by the company that owned it, inGen, in the first sequel The Lost World - with plans to bring it away from Costa Rica and instead to San Diego.

After a disaster involving Isla Sorna's T-rex and it's offspring, this plan was axed.

Jurassic World saw the third attempt at a park - which was, until the invent of the hybrid Indominus Rex, a success.

Chaos: The new feature sees the character on Isla Nublar in the state it was left at the end of Jurassic World - overrun by dinosaurs and in ruins

Chaos: The new feature sees the character on Isla Nublar in the state it was left at the end of Jurassic World - overrun by dinosaurs and in ruins

Battle cry:?The video is peppered with the stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard talking about the new film, along with soundbites from the crew of the film

Battle cry:?The video is peppered with the stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard talking about the new film, along with soundbites from the crew of the film

Could a fourth park be in the works in Fallen Kingdom?

Whatever the case, the cast and crew promise 'surprises', a 'different, intense, spectacular' film, and an experience like 'nothing you've ever seen before'.?

'He’s a genius when it comes to frightening people,' Howard says of director J A Bayona, whose fifth film is intended to set up a sixth.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is due for release in June 2018.

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