While director Colin Trevorrow recently teased the prospect of Jeff Goldblum returning for Jurassic World, it seems unlikely according to a recent report by the Huffington Post.

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While doing press for Wes Anderson's new film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Goldblum told the publication that he hadn't been asked to reprise his role and that was that.

"They haven't called me for "4," I know Steven Spielberg isn't directing it," he said.

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The 61-year-old actor, who starred in the first two films as Dr. Ian Malcolm, suggested that when Steven Spielberg was directing the iconic dinosaur thrillers he had been asked to come on board. Goldblum did not act in the third installment.

When asked if it were upto him at all, the actor reiterated that he had not been approached and he was fine with that.

"No, nobody asked me, but I was perfectly satisfied with the two that I did. I'm still satisfied with that and I'll be the first in line to see anything else, so, you know," he added.

Recently Trevorrow, who is directing Jurassic World, seemed to have hinted at the fact that Goldblum might be coming back for the fourth installment.

The director posted a picture of a huge cut-out of Goldblum as Malcolm from the first film, propped up on a chair at the Jurassic World offices, on his Twitter account.

Goldblum also seemed to confirm that he would be returning for the Independence Day sequel.