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WATCH: Jackass Forever trailer, the ninth movie in the franchise

The jackasses are back with their fourth franchise ‘Jackass Forever’ which hits the cinemas on October 22nd.

After sustaining nearly every possible injury from their eight movies, the lads are nowhere near ready to pack it in and have provided a trailer that looks promising for viewers who are expecting pain, comedy and more pain.


With their last movie as a group ‘Jackass 3.5’, which is an extension of Jackass 3D, being released nearly ten years ago, Chris Pontius has claimed that their age will bring a more mature aspect to the film…

Ten years has changed the Jackass stars quite significantly but they have grown old with nothing more than grace and style. Some of these changes include Johnny Knoxville now going grey and Steve O being sober.

However, one significant difference will be the absence of two Jackass stars Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn.


Ryan Dunn tragically passed away back in 2011 following a car crash while Bam Margera was reportedly dropped from the film for allegedly breaching his contract by sharing a series of posts on social media that condemned the production for strict measures on drug testing.

Nevertheless, director Jeff Tremaine along with A Dickhouse Production, Paramount Pictures and MTV Entertainment Studios will be making us all feel a bit nostalgic this October.

CREDIT – Paramount/MTV


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