& # 39; Jackass & # 39; will return to the big screen after 10 years

& # 39; Jackass & # 39; will return to the big screen after 10 years

& # 39; Jackass & # 39; will return to the big screen after 10 years

Speculation has already begun regarding which members of the creative team will return for the new film.

Given they're using the Jackass title we assume that at the very least Knoxville will be coming back along with longtime director Jeff Tremaine. Likely, folks such as Johnny Knoxville Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Bam Margera, and others could hypothetically end up participating in the new film (how much is unclear).

The Jackass film series is a spinoff of the MTV show of the same name. Though the antics of the Jackass team were criticized for encouraging risky behavior, many millenials remember Jackass fondly. When it does, it'll be interesting to see whether the "Jackass" franchise still resonates with the people who go see movies in theaters today, or whether it flops after release.

The series ran for three seasons and launched Knoxville and company to global stardom.

Not to mention a handful of spin-offs including Wildboyz, Viva La Bam, Homewrecker, Bam's Unholy Union, and Dr. Steve-O.

The first movie in Jackass Franchise made its debut in 2002 and after that many, more sequels come thereafter.

Tremaine directed the final three motion pictures along with Knoxville comedy Dangerous Grandpa, which grossed $151.8M again within the fall of 2013 and was billed as a "Jackass presents" manufacturing.

Adding to that Steve-O shared, "We're approaching the 20th anniversary of when Jackass first appeared on MTV, and I do know that there's an urge, an idea to commemorate that anniversary in some way".

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