Jeff Goldblum
Jeff Goldblum said Marvel fans might see more of his Grandmaster in other Marvel films. In this photo, the actor attended the world premiere of “Thor: Ragnarok” in Los Angeles, California on Oct. 11, 2017. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

The newbies in Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok” made such a huge impact that fans are hoping to see them in more films, possibly in the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity Wars.”

Well, Jeff Goldblum, who plays the colorful Grandmaster in the film, told Radio Times that his character will actually be a part of Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) life in more ways than one.

“I shot a thing with Taika [Waititi], where there’s a roommate in Australia,” Goldblum said. “I show up at his [apartment], and I do knock on his door. And I take up residence in the little flat, as they say here. That’s what I do. And order things from the takeaway restaurant. Buy all the local foods.”

Goldblum did not say who the roommate was, but it’s probably Darryl Jacobson (Daley Pearson), Thor’s friend from the first “Thor” film.

Another character who has a shot in being a part of “Avengers: Infinity War” is Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie. Valkyrie was the one who captured Thor and brought him to Sakaar, where he became an intergalactic gladiator. Despite her initial distaste for Thor, she eventually agreed to help him get back to Asgard and save their fellow people.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly earlier, Thompson hinted that Valkyrie might play a bigger role in the Marvel universe and hoped that her character would get to interact with other new players as well.

“You never know where people will pop up. In the next phase, the hope is to find ways to interweave all these characters, and certainly with ‘Infinity War,’ those are the culmination of a lot of work since ‘Iron Man,’” she said. “She’s part of the tapestry now. For me, it’s exciting to join at a time with young actors like Brie Larson and Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan. We’re all hopefully going to meet in one of these movies.”

Another lovable newbie is Topaz, played by Waititi’s “good luck charm” Rachel House. If the Grandmaster is going to make more appearances, there’s a huge chance his bodyguard will be accompanying him. “She's a little bit strict with him at times,” House told the L.A. Times of her character. “But she's also quite petulant, when he shows his affections toward other people: not happy, very protective and easily jealous.”

“Thor: Ragnarok” will be released on Nov. 3.