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“It’s possible, for sure,” Knoxville told Entertainment Weekly when asked about the chances of Jackass 4. “It’s not like we’re saying no. If we did do a new one, we’d have to bring in some new younger guys— just to bring some fresh blood into it. But it’s possible.”
“I still write ideas down, just in case I get that twitch again,” he continued. “We’re sitting on a ton of new ideas. There was so many that we didn’t get to shoot for Jackass 3. We have more ideas than we could shoot for Jackass 4, I’ll tell you that.”
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Johnny Knoxville recently attended CinemaCon in Las Vegas to promote his new movie Action Point. Though it's an actual movie with a plot beyond ridiculous antics, it does feature Knoxville doing a bunch of his own stunts, ala Jackass. During an interview, that prompted a question as to whether or not Jackass 4 could still happen. The actor is clear that it's not being discussed right now, but thinks they still have one more in them. Here's what
For those looking for the same kind of stunts as Jackass, Action Point should quench some of that thirst. The movie has real-life stunts mixed with acting in a real storyline. The trailer begins with Johnny Knoxville in heavy makeup to be an old man again, much like Bad Grandpa, but he's
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Knate Gwaltney penned the script, an odd choice considering his most well known credits are Jackass 3D and Bad Grandpa. It actually makes me more curious to see how this one winds up working out.
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Jackass 3D finished with $10 million but the latest iteration directed by Jeff Tremaine, Knoxville.s long-time collaborator, may have stronger legs, as evidenced by its $US90 million haul in the Us.
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Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (read our review) took the top spot easily with $32 million. Historically, October has been a successful month for the Jackass franchise, and that trend continues.
Although Bad Grandpa didn’t reach the high mark set by Jackass 3D, it still doubled its $15 million budget. It’s safe to say that even if the Jackass troupe is no more, this won’t be the last we see of the Jackass Presents brand.
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