The jackass franchise released its new movie Jackass forever on 4th February 2022. A true masterpiece with unlimited thrills indeed, directed by Jeff Tremaine and cinematographed by Dimitry Elyashkevich. The movie features the return of the cast and crew in a new fourth film which is available on blu-ray, or you can simply buy or rent it from iTunes or Google Play. The movie turned out to be so successful that it gained $80.3 million worldwide on a budget of $10 million… That’s eight times the investment value! The movie made great use of the pandemic situation where everyone was stuck at home and worried about returning to theatres for the movie and sticking to streaming it online instead. The movie was released on 1st February 2022 and was screened at the Chinese theatre in Hollywood, California. Jackass 4.5 is a movie consisting of the behind the scenes and extra footage of Jackass Forever consisting of 96 minutes. The team piled up a lot of content exceeding the expected amount and had to make the movie to release the fun footage, interviews, outtakes and stunts, with the cast and crew members. The movie is similar to 2.5 and 3.5 when it comes to production. The movie was released on May 20, 2022.
Where To Watch Jackass 4.5 Online?
Ever since its release on May 22, Jackass 4.5 has been available on Netflix. The movie will not be a part of Netflix for long though, as, after 2024, the creators will move the exclusive rights of the movie to Paramount+.
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Jackass Forever Trailer
The trailer was released on Jan 10, 2022. The trailer starts with nostalgia clips from the previous movies where the crew is sitting together laughing and chilling, followed by a strong introduction and a human blast. The trailer moves forward showing their stunt and activity clips stating they are just as immature as ever. Knoxville is seen being blown by the impact of a real-life bull hit followed by more lame jokes and funny activities. New characters who have grown up watching jackasses take part in the crew and experience the madness personally. Perfect! The trailer ends with a bear trying to prey on one of our contestants, while he looks like he has just lost his entire fortune in gambling.
Jackass 5 Release Date?
The movie was shockingly great and was rated as the best movie within the franchise in its 22 year-long runs. The 12-year wait since the last movie resulted in good reviews and authentic nostalgia. The madness, recklessness and the unhinged humour were no doubt a spectacle to watch after so long. Jackass Forever and Jackass 4.5 marked the last movie where the old cast would be seen together. Yes, Steve-O, Wee Man, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Danger Ehren and Preston Lacy are leaving for good. As the last movie marked the end of the era of the old humorous daredevils, it paved the way for the new risk takers. The fourth movie featured McInerney, Zach Homes, Jasper Dolphin, Eric Mananka and our very first female jackass crew, Rachel Wolfson.
They all shined marvellously, showing their potential. They surely proved why they are where they are and now they won’t back down from danger. The movies have gained a lot of recognition and in the future have high chances of being backed up by the streaming giant, Netflix. Just imagine, with so much exposure and a better budget, the new generation could take the franchise to never-expected heights, maybe even surpassing their predecessors. Although the series has lost members in the years, it has never had the whole core cast and this is an absolute first. Jackass might face some trouble rebuilding the interest of the viewers who’ll miss the original team. The new cast and other members who’ll be joining in the next movie will have to surpass their limits. Nevertheless, it doesn’t look like we’ll be getting our next movie soon, but we are definitely up for quality content with some new faces!
Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Eren McGhehey, Jayson ‘Whee Man’s Acuña, Preston Lacy, Dave Wilson, Sean Mclnerney, Zach Holmes, Eric Manaka, Rachel Wolfson, Compston Wilson, Jeff Tremaine, Dimitry Elyashkevich, Sean Cliver, Trip Taylor, Greg Iguchi.