Jackass Forever Fans Outraged That Bam Margera Isn't Involved

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Is Tyler the Creator in Jackass?

Tyler, the Creator will star in the new Jackass Forever movie alongside his former Odd Future cohort Jasper Dolphin (who also appeared in this month's Jackass Shark Week special) as well as fellow rapper Machine Gun Kelly. BillboardWatch Machine Gun Kelly & Tyler, the Creator Get Thrown Around in 'Jackass Forever' Trailer

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Paramount Pictures debuted the first trailer for the fourth and final Jackass film, starring the original cast from Johnny Knoxville to Brandon DiCamillo.

The franchise stars, also including Steve-O, Dave England, Chris Pontius, Ehren McGhehey, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña, Preston Lacy, will return to the big screen with some of their riskiest and most painful stunts yet. 

In the latest preview for Jackass Forever, Knoxville could be seen fighting a bull, while his pals participated in other bizarre shenanigans, like cycling on exercise bikes strapped to giant slapping hands.

The gang is back! Paramount Pictures debuted the first trailer for the fourth and final Jackass film, starring the original cast from Johnny Knoxville to Brandon DiCamillo

The first seconds of the trailer showed Knoxville getting his nipple suckled by a baby alligator, while Johnny Cash's 2002 track We'll Meet Again played in the background. 

Later, McGhehey gets strapped to a chair by another prankster, who poured honey and salmon on him, before a growling bear enters the room. 

The film, which comes out on October 22, will also include celebrity appearances from Machine Gun Kelly and Eric André.

Bring on the shenanigans: The franchise stars, also including Steve-O, Dave England, Chris Pontius, Ehren McGhehey, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña, Preston Lacy, Bam Margera, will return to the big screen with some of their riskiest and painful stunts yet

Ouch: In the latest preview for Jackass Forever, Knoxville was fighting a bull

Bizarre: Two other cast members were seen cycling on exercise bikes strapped to giant slapping hands

Painful? The first seconds of the trailer showed Knoxville getting his nipple suckled by a baby alligator, while Johnny Cash's 2002 track We'll Meet Again played in the background

The official synopsis, obtained by Just Jared reads: 'Celebrating the joy of being back together with your best friends and a perfectly executed shot to the dingdong, the original jackass crew return for another round of hilarious, wildly absurd, and often dangerous displays of comedy with a little help from some exciting new cast.' 

Earlier this year, former Jackass star Bam Margera was shut out of production of the upcoming film.

Five months ago, while speaking on an Instagram Story of his firing, he said: 'Jackass has put me through f***ing hell on f***ing wheels for a year-and-a-half, keeping me in Pennsylvania, I couldn't leave.'

He also claimed he had to take multiple breathalyzer checks per day and had to take urine tests randomly while working on previous Jackass projects. 

Scary: Later, McGhehey gets strapped to a chair as someone pours honey on him and puts a piece of salmon on his lap, before a growling bear enters the room

Star-studded trailer: The film, which comes out on October 22, will also include celebrity appearances from Machine Gun Kelly and Eric André

Highly-anticipated: The official synopsis reads: 'Celebrating the joy of being back together with your best friends and a perfectly executed shot to the dingdong, the original jackass crew return for another round of hilarious, wildly absurd, and often dangerous displays of comedy with a little help from some exciting new cast'

He also said he was forced to take his antidepressant medication in front of someone from Paramount Pictures 'every single day.' 

Bam pointed out how different fellow Jackass-er Steve-O - who has been sober for over a decade - has been treated, remarking on how he's been allowed to work and travel freely.

He went on to complain about all the money he's shelled out on rehab in hopes of returning to Jackass.

Missing a few familiar faces: Former Jackass star Bam Margera was shut out of production of Jackass 4

Despite the controversy surrounding the franchises unorthodox stunts, it was an instant hit with fans, running for three years on MTV before branching into cinema with three spin-off films. 

In 2011 original cast-member Dunn was tragically killed when his Porsche 911 GT3 veered off the road at high speed, hit a tree and burst into flames, just nine-days after his 34th birthday.

Meanwhile co-star Margera has entered rehab multiple times for drug, alcohol and mental health issues.

In 2019, he was ejected from a commercial airline after being deemed too drunk to fly. 

Stardom: Despite the controversy surrounding its unorthodox stunts, it was an instant hit with fans, running for three years on MTV before branching into cinema with three spin-off films

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Jackass Forever Trailer #1

Entertainment Tonight 22 July, 2021 - 10:02am

'Jackass Forever': Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O reunite for 'more mature' film. Yeah, right.

USA TODAY 22 July, 2021 - 10:02am

Although things may look different in "Jackass Forever" with Knoxville's gray hair and Steve-O now sober, the boys are up to the same antics.

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Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O reunited nearly two decades after "Jackass: The Movie" and 10 years after "Jackass 3.5" for the fourth and possibly final installment of the franchise, "Jackass Forever." Although things may look a little different with Knoxville's graying hair and Steve-O now sober, the middle-aged boys are up to the same antics. 

"A lot of people ask what will Jackass be like once we're older?" cast member Chris Pontius, 47, said during the official film trailer, released Tuesday. "Well, it'll get more mature." 

If "mature" means getting brutally gored by a bull, which Knoxville told GQ in May left him unconscious with a broken rib, a broken wrist, a concussion and a hemorrhage on his brain. 

"Concussions aren't great, but as long as you have them before you are 50. It's cool," Steve-O said during the trailer. "And Knoxville is 49. So we're good."

Set to the tune of Vera Lynn's "We'll Meet Again," the trailer opens up with throwback footage of the daring group performing hilariously painful stunts from previous films. 

"When's the last time you met up with old friends to laugh your (expletive) off?" reads the trailer, which features the entire cast from the original film "Jackass: The Movie," except Ryan Dunn, who died in a drunken-driving accident in 2011 at age 34, and Bam Margera, who was fired by production earlier this year. 

There are even some new faces. The trailer features guest appearances from comedian Eric André and rapper Machine Gun Kelly, who were both pranked.

"You said it wasn't going to feel like anything," rapper Machine Gun Kelly said after he was smacked off a stationary bike into a pool with a giant hand. 

"Jackass Forever" hits theaters Oct. 22. 

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"Jackass Forever" Official Trailer

E! News 22 July, 2021 - 10:02am

Machine Gun Kelly gets slapped in ‘Jackass Forever’ movie trailer

cleveland.com 22 July, 2021 - 10:02am

The new “Jackass” movie is bringing in a few celebrities for stunts, including Cleveland-bred musician and actor Machine Gun Kelly.

MGK -- aka Colson Baker -- appears in the trailer for “Jackass Forever,” released July 20. In the trailer, Baker is seen competing on a stationary bicycle ride with another contestant, when a large hand-shaped paddle slaps him off of the bike and into a pool.

Other celebs featured in the trailer include Eric Andre and Tyler, the Creator. According to “Jackass Forever’s” IMDB page, Post Malone and Tony Hawk are also set to appear in the movie. They all join the classic “Jackass” team, which includes Steve-O, Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, Chris Raab, Chris Pontius, Jason Acuña.

The “Jackass” movies arrived after the 2000 MTV show of the same name, featuring comedic and dangerous stunts and pranks between characters. “Jackass Forever” will be the sixth film released under the franchise.

“Jackass Forever” follows Baker’s appearances in other films, including performances as Felix in 2018 movie “Bird Box” and as Tommy Lee in 2019 Mötley Crüe biopic “The Dirt.” It also follows a big year for MGK’s music; his Sept. 2020 pop-punk album “Tickets to My Downfall” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and led to performances on “Saturday Night Live,” and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve at the end of 2020.

“Jackass Forever” is set to arrive on Oct. 22, after several delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. Check out the trailer here.

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PETA Alleges Animal Cruelty in Jackass Forever Trailer | CBR

CBR - Comic Book Resources 22 July, 2021 - 10:02am

"Jackass stunts are violent and vulgar, but if the talent is willing and the wounds are self-inflicted, that’s one thing—however, it’s quite another when animals are exploited, harassed, and harmed: That’s cruelty," PETA President Ingrid Newkirk declared in a written statement. "The Jackass Forever trailer shows Knoxville’s crew provoking a snake and a bull to the point of attack, treating a tarantula like a game piece, and coercing a chained bear to eat honey off a bound participant. Four months before its release, Jackass Forever has already risked normalizing animal exploitation and legitimizing the cruel exhibitors who pimp out animals for productions. PETA is urging producers to remove stunts involving animals from the film."

PETA's remarks aren't without merit, as the aforementioned animal-based stunts do appear in the trailer. Two of them were also teased when Jackass Forever debuted a batch of still shots along with the fourth film's official title.

Created by Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze and Jeff Tremaine, Jackass debuted on MTV in 2000, originally running for three seasons and 25 episodes until 2002. The series centered on Knoxville and his friends performing wacky stunts and pranks on one another, sometimes in a public setting. While the show itself was short-lived, it spawned four theatrical films (including Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa), one straight-to-DVD film, two television specials and several spinoff shows, including Viva La Bam and Wildboyz.

Jackass Forever arrives in theaters Oct. 22.

Watch Steve-O Reveal Rejected Jackass 4 Stunt, Then Attempt It Himself

CinemaBlend 22 July, 2021 - 10:02am

The stars of the Jackass TV series and movies have made a career out of doing the wildest things they can imagine on film. Sometimes they put their bodies on the line, sometimes they just try to gross us all out. And sometimes they try to both at the same time. At this point, one would think they've done all there is to do and broken every bone in their bodies at least once, but apparently when Jackass Forever opens in October, there's one stunt you won't see because the film's director rejected it. But Steve-O has done it anyway, and likely regrets it.

It seems that Steve-O himself had an idea for the new Jackass movie. He wanted somebody to get shot in the face with a t-shirt cannon full of dog poop. He went so far as to purchase a t-shirt canon himself to be able to accomplish the stunt. But in a new video blog, Steve-O explains the director didn't like the idea and so it ended up not being recorded. The "good news" however, was that when recent circumstances aligned, he decided to do the stunt himself for some friends.

I bought a t-shirt cannon for Jackass 4. My idea was to fill it up with dog poop and have someone get shot in the face with it. But the director Jeff Tremaine didn’t think the idea was really clever enough, so it didn’t happen. But then today my buddy from the Nelk Boys Steve WillDoIt asked if I would film with him for his blog. The Nelk boys are on fire. I wanted to hit a home run, so I pulled out the t-shirt cannon.

Never let it be said that Steve-O isn't willing to do crazy things. He says he wanted someone to get shot in the face with this thing, and when the time came, he was perfectly willing to let "someone" be himself. Check out the stunt, and the extensive aftermath, in the video below.

Steve-O is probably no stranger to emergency room visits. He's been there before and one would hope he's got some pretty solid insurance. However, he says here that this was perhaps his most embarrassing trip to the emergency room. Certainly, having to tell a doctor that your ear is injured and previously full of dog crap has to be an interesting conversation to have. On the whole, it seems that Steve-O was fine, just a little sore from the impact of the t-shirt canon. Which I have to say certainly worked exactly how it was likely intended. Honestly, Steve-O's ears have been through it all before.

So I guess we can call this a bonus stunt since we won't see it in the new Jackass movie. Is it clever? Probably not. The Jackass Forever director was probably right in that assessment, but it can't be said that it didn't leave an impact.

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