Jeff Tremaine will helm the reality comedy film Jackass Forever, which will star the cast of the original series. First released in 2010, it is the fourth main installment and fifth overall film in a series of Jackass films. The cast includes Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Wee Man, Danger Ehren, and Preston Lacy. Several well-known celebrities are expected to make visits.
On February 4, 2022, Paramount Pictures will distribute the picture in the United States.
Jackass Forever: Casts
While most of the actors from the previous films will be back, Ryan Dunn, who tragically died in a vehicle accident in June of 2011, will not.
- Wee Man
- Chris Pontius
- Dave England
- Danger Ehren
- Preston Lacy
- Sean “Poopies” McInerney
- Jasper Dolphin
- Zach Holmes
- Rachel Wolfson
- Eric Manaka
- Compston “Darkshark” Wilson
Jackass: The Beginning is the first film in the franchise to introduce a fresh cast.
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Jackass Forever Production
A fourth Jackass movie could have some new cast members, according to Johnny Knoxville in an AltPress interview from last year. “Just to throw in some fresh blood into it,” he stated.
According to his statement, “a tonne” of ideas have been saved up for the project should it be given the go-ahead. During an interview with Chris Raab for his Bathroom Break podcast in July 2019, he revealed that the Jackass group was still open to a fourth film if Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze agreed.  A September 2020 interview with TheAVClub stated that Steve-O was stunned that the video had even been made.
As Bam Margera revealed in a podcast interview in January 2021, Paramount Pictures sees him as a liability because of his conduct in the previous several years. He said Jeff Tremaine had fought with the company to keep Margera in the movie, but Margera was still unsure if Paramount would allow him to take part in the production. Margera acknowledged breaking his sobriety and claimed he had been dismissed from filming Jackass 4 in a series of videos he posted to his Instagram account on February 11, 2021.
Video footage shows Margera crying, vomiting, and mentioning that he had researched “how to tie a noose” prior to moving to Oceanside, California. When Margera complained about being forced to take antidepressants and undergo random urine tests, he claimed that Paramount had been using his own money to pay for two rehabilitation centers for him. It wasn’t just Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville that he didn’t like; he also asked his fans to boycott the picture. He then asked his fans to donate money so that he could make a movie to compete with Jackass 4 in order to raise awareness of the film. Within minutes of being posted, the videos had been deleted from Margera’s Instagram account.
Tremaine requested a temporary restraining order against Margera on May 25, 2021, because of Margera’s Instagram harassment of Tremaine and Knoxville.
Restrictions on Tremaine’s wife and children were extended for an extra three years after Margera allegedly threatened the family with death. On August 9, 2021, Margera filed a complaint against Knoxville, Jonze, and Tremaine, as well as against Paramount Pictures, MTV, Dickhouse Entertainment, and Gorilla Flicks, saying that he was unlawfully sacked from the film’s production. Margera wants an injunction against the planned film’s distribution in October because the movie uses contributions he made prior to his firing. In spite of the pending dispute, Knoxville indicated on January 12 that a sequence Margera filmed would still be in the film.
Jackass Forever will be Johnny Knoxville’s last film in the franchise, he said in a GQ interview in May 2021. A certain number of gambles must be made before something permanent occurs, according to Knoxville. As a result of the risks I’ve taken, I feel fortunate to be alive today.
Actually, Me, a GQ web series, featured Knoxville on its May 25, 2021, episode. There will be six new cast members in Jackass Forever, according to Knoxville, who previously appeared in the film Action Point as Eric Manaka, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes, and Sean “Poopies” McInerney, all of whom are related by blood to Jasper Dolphin. On Jimmy Kimmel Live! on July 12, 2021, Knoxville was asked to introduce the film’s new official title as Jackass Forever, as well as the first official images of the film.
In the year 2021, on July 12th, Wee Man was invited to be a guest on Chris Roberts’ podcast, The Nine Club. Wee Man remarked in this podcast that “this one stung the most” out of all the Jackass films. They had planned to film in several locations throughout the world but that didn’t happen because of COVID-19. And Paramount Pictures allegedly utilized the film to explore how they could resume production amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as he said.
Everyone involved in the production of this film had to get tested for COVID-19 every day of filming due to the outbreak of the pandemic at the time. According to director Jeff Tremaine, all of the tests totaled over one million dollars on January 6th, 2022.
Filming began in early March 2020 for a trial run. Aaron “Jaws” Homoki, a professional skateboarder, shattered his wrist during the two days of testing. A swarm of snakes was unleashed on Bam Margera on his first day of filming to test the actor’s phobia of reptiles. After gaining the go-ahead, Steve-O and Johnny Knoxville were both hospitalized within two days of each other. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, filming had to be halted after a week of production.   Beginning on September 21, 2020, Dimitry Elyashkevich will serve as the cinematographer for the film. On December 15, 2020, it was made public knowledge that Steve-O and Knoxville had been sent to the hospital as a result of injuries sustained while filming.
Jackass Forever Release Date
On February 4, 2022, Paramount Pictures will release the film Jackass Forever in theatres. It was announced on December 19, 2019, by Paramount Pictures, that a fourth Jackass picture will be made and released on March 5, 2021. The release was postponed to July 2nd, 2021 in April of 2020. A new postponement until September 3, 2021, was announced in July 2020 because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The movie was once again postponed in April 2021, this time until October 22nd, 2021. Once again, in September of 2021, the movie was postponed till February of 2022.
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