'Jackass' 4: Paramount says new movie in the Johnny Knoxville series will drop in 2021
Buckle up, folks. 'Jackass' is set to return for a fourth film.
Paramount recently announced that a fourth 'Jackass' film will be released in 2021. The other details about the film and cast are still kept under wraps. This marks the first 'Jackass' movie since Ryan Dunn who was 34 when he died in a car crash in 2011.
Ryan Dunn was well-known for his fearless stunts in the movie. The movie is based out of a reality TV stunt show that aired on MTV in 2000.
It was created by Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine. The movie also starred Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, and Steve-O, with all three movies, thus far have been directed by Jeff Tremaine.
The first 'Jackass' film was released in 2002 with the second 'Jackass' movie releasing in theatres in 2006. The third 'Jackass' movie that premiered in 3D was released in 2010. That was followed by a spinoff titled 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' later in 2013 that went on to earn $335 million.
During an interview with Loudwire earlier this year in July, Steve Glover opened up about there being a possibility of the fourth Jackass film sharing that it all came down to if Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine were interested in doing it.
He added that it also depended on the fact if everyone in the cast would be able to come together for the project.
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."
The fourth 'Jackass' movie will be released in theatres on March 5th, 2021. Though the release date has been released, the official movie title is still not revealed.