Jeff Goldblum is set to play chaos-theory proponent Dr. Ian Malcolm in the new, upcoming sequel to “Jurassic World.” Set to play against some new and massive dinosaurs, the star of “Jurassic Park" and “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” will be teaming up with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard for the latest sequel in the popular dinosaur franchise.

Scriptwriters for the new dinosaur thriller will be Derek Connolly and Colin Trevorrow, who were also involved in the 2015 film as co-writers. Producers will be Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley.

‘Jurassic World’ sequel so far untitled

Deadline Hollywood reports that Goldblum was the only major character from the 1993 original film to return for the sequel and now he’s back again for the latest in a string of dinosaur epics. Reportedly the new film, which so far has not been officially titled, will be by Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment and this time will be directed by J.A. Bayona.

After “Jurassic World” topped box offices worldwide in 2015, bringing in a tasty $1.67 billion, producers and directors are no doubt hoping that the new sequel will also do well when it launches on June 22, 2018.

Free sausages in Sydney’s streets courtesy Jeff Goldblum

Meanwhile, in Australia, just hours after the news hit of Goldblum’s return to the “Jurassic World” franchise, the man himself took to the streets in Sydney to hand out some free sausages to fans.

As reported by, many of the excited fans posted selfies with the actor on social media, as “Chef Goldblum’s” food truck did a tour of the city.

Reportedly when asked by Triple M’s Merrick Watts why he was in the city handing out free grub, Goldblum said it is “kind of a secret” saying that it is a mystery that he cannot divulge.

He did, however, say that he was filming something in Sydney that was related to food. Goldblum went on to say he wishes he could say more, but that people will soon find out. How sausages could in some way be related to the new, upcoming dinosaurs in the film is not yet clear, but it is, of course, likely someone will get eaten in the sequel.

Goldblum went on to talk a little about his role in “Thor: Ragnarok,” part of which was filmed in Australia, saying it was wonderful to work with the Hemsworths in the movie.

While it is still a mystery why Goldblum was running a food truck labeled with his moniker, the “Jurassic” star reportedly had a lot of fun doing it. He said that they were serving “all manner of sausages and sandwiches” along with delicious sauces and that they all looked good to him.