New Jackass Forever trailer promises ‘biggest shit ever’> Fandom Spotlite
The wait is over.
Paramount Pictures released the final trailer for Jackass forever, which sees many former actors coming together for more outrageous stunts and slapstick fun.
Fan favorites Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, and small man return to the famous stunt franchise that rose to fame two decades ago. The original cast are joined by newcomers Jasper dolphin, his father Compston ‘Dark Shark’ Wilson, former Knoxville collaborator Eric Manaka, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes, and Sean ‘Poopies’ McInerney for the next outing.
In the trailer, the usual madness ensues as bodies fly through the air, portable toilets explode, and team members come face to face with a Texas rattlesnake!
(No, Steve Austin doesn’t do a cameo!)
An official description of the films reads as follows:
“Celebrating the joy of being back with your best friends and a perfectly executed dingdong shot, the original moron team returns for another round of hilarious, insanely absurd and often dangerous comedy shows with a bit of Helped by exciting new actors Johnny and the crew push the boundaries even further in Jackass Forever.
One of the film’s most notable absentees is Bam Margera who won’t return due to a number of personal issues including addiction issues and disagreements between himself and the other cast members. Margera even filed a lawsuit against the production, claiming its intellectual property rights are being infringed.
The lead of the film Johnny Knoxville recently talked about Margera, by declaring:
“We want Bam to be happy and healthy and to receive the help he needs.”
He also said the film was the last time he would be involved in the franchise, stating that he couldn’t continue to take risks with his health:
“You can only take a certain number of risks before something irreversible happens. I feel like I was extremely lucky to take the risks I took and to always walk around. “
In preparation for the outing, Knoxville team up with WWE promote Jackass forever while participating in the Match Royal Rumble Men 2022 – Is there still a big bump on the cards?
Jackass Forever hits theaters on February 4.
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