Jackass Will Return to the Big Screen in 2021

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The involvement of the original cast, which includes Raab, Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve "Steve-O" Glover, Preston Lacy, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Ehren McGhehey, and Jason "Wee Man" Acuña, is still unknown.

The Jackass movie series returns to the screen ten years after the last installment. The show aired for three seasons, ending in February 2002 before making a jump to the big screen with its first film in October later that year.

Jason Acuna (front) and Steve-O at the premiere of "Jackass 3D" at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California, on October 13, 2010. We've got that question about the CKY thing.

'I still write ideas down, just in case I get that twitch again.

Which we'll take with a big ol" grain of salt seeing how vague all the details about "Jackass 4' are at the moment.

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Be sure to check back with us for more surrounding the upcoming fourth Jackass movie, due to release March 5, 2021.

It's possible we could be getting some kind of "Jackass" reboot with a whole fresh cast that doesn't have any long-lasting injuries from entering bull rings, messing around with alligators or getting locked inside a limousine full of bees. Jackass is based on the MTV reality stunt-prank series, by the same name, that launched in 2000 and was created by Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze and Jeff Tremaine. I totally understand where they're coming from.

This would be the first movie since the death of Ryan Dunn in 2011, via a auto crash.

Dunn, and Zachary Hartwell, a production assistant on the second Jackass movie, were both killed when Dunn's Porsche 911 GT left the road and hit a tree in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

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