Is Bam Margera in Jackass forever?
The entire cast from the previous movies returned for the fourth movie, with the exception of Ryan Dunn, who died on June 20, 2011 and Bam Margera who was fired from the production in February 2021. Guest appearances: Eric André Tory Belleci. wikipedia.orgJackass Forever
Today, the Jackass Forever trailer is out, and it features a few brief clips of guest stars like Tyler, The Creator and Machine Gun Kelly falling victim to Jackass-style sadism. We can see Tyler, in a tuxedo, taking some kind of electric shock, and we can also see MGK getting slapped by a giant hand. Eric André and Odd Future’s Jasper Dolphin are in there, too. It’s good shit.
The Jackass Forever trailer is set to Johnny Cash’s version of “We’ll Meet Again,” and now that I think of it, it’s sad that we never got to see Cash make a Jackass appearance. According to IMDB, the film’s cast will include Post Malone, Tony Hawk, Mat Hoffman, Shaquille O’Neal, and pro wrestler Darby Allin. Watch that trailer below.
Jackass Forever hits theaters 10/22. I cannot wait.
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"A lot of people ask, ‘What will Jackass be like once we’re older?'" stunt performer Chris Pontius says. "Well, it'll get more mature."
That’s right: The Jackass crew is turning old, and they know it.
They also look it. Knoxville, the franchise’s most famous face, has even noticeably entered the "silver fox" phase of his showbiz career since the last time we saw him.
But from the first looks of Forever, their first cinematic entry since 2013's Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, the treacherous, ridiculous, oftentimes hilariously pain-inducing stunts are not showing any signs of mellowing with age.
Knoxville himself gets shot out of a rocket (wearing angel wings, natch) and flipped over by a raging bull, failed-matador style. There’s an exploding toilet. There are electric shocks, softball pitches to the crotch, tarantulas and snakes. There are cameos from Knoxville's Bad Grandpa, Eric Andre (who recently collaborated with Jackass co-creator and longtime producer Jeff Tremaine on last year’s Bad Trip), rappers Tyler the Creator and Machine Gun Kelly, and a bear left alone with a man strapped into a chair and covered with honey and salmon.
The animal rights watchdog group PETA, however, is not happy with the trailer's content.
"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 said in a statement released to Yahoo Entertainment.
"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."
There was no immediate response from the film crew or its studio, Paramount.
Spike Jonze co-writes and produces the fourth installment alongside Knoxville, director Jeff Tremaine, and Steve-O.
The trailer for the fourth film in the action-packed, injury-prone franchise gets even more brutal with a roster of guest stars.
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