Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill have shared a poignant tribute to their late Jurassic Park co-star Sir Richard Attenborough.
The trio appeared with Attenborough in the iconic 1993 film and are returning for the upcoming final movie of the Jurassic World trilogy.
Attenborough, who played Jurassic Park's visionary founder John Hammond, died in 2014 just five days short of his 91st birthday and now has a stage named after him at the world-famous Pinewood Studios.
A black-and-white picture posted by World director Colin Trevorrow showed the three actors together outside the stage at Pinewood, where the new movie - Jurassic World: Dominion - is currently being filmed.
Neill shared the picture and added: "Remembering our old pal on the stage named for him as we face our ultimate #Dinosaur Horror with @LauraDern @prattprattpratt @BryceDHoward #JeffGoldblum #JURASSICWORLDDOMINION 'Darling, I lived through the Blitz' Dickie Attenborough"
Jurassic World: Dominion is due for release on June 10, 2022, one year later than planned due to coronavirus.