Jeff Goldblum teases role in Thor: Love and Thunder

Jeff Goldblum has teased the possibility of his Marvel character appearing in Thor: Love And Thunder.
The 66-year-old played the exuberant ruler Grandmaster, who presides over the gladiator Contest of Champions, in Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok back in 2017.
At the end of the film, his character is captured after a coup led by Chris Hemsworth’s God of Thunder, Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie and Bruce Banner, played by Mark Ruffalo.
However, he told Entertainment Weekly during the D23 fan expo over the weekend (23-25Aug19) that Grandmaster could be coming back for Waititi’s next movie in the Norse god’s franchise, Thor: Love and Thunder.
“I can’t reveal any secrets, not that I know anything definitively, but there’s a whisper of a thought or notion that I might have some participation in it. I would love to, to the extent that Taika Waititi is directing it. I would show up anywhere where Taika Waititi is – and all of Marvel too,” Goldblum shared.
The Jurassic Park star is also launching his new Disney+ TV show, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, which will air on the streaming service in November (19).