The latest trailer for Jackass Forever has been released, and it looks as if this new instalment is set to be one of the most extreme yet. You can see it for yourself below:
The new film sees most of the old cast reunited on camera for yet more outlandish and unpredictable antics.
Expect explosions, animals and general weirdness aplenty, as we’ve come to expect from the reality comedy crew.
Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Wee Man, and the rest of the gang will be getting themselves into yet more trouble and placing themselves into any number of gross and ill-advised scenarios in cinemas from 4 February.
What’s more, there are some new additions to the cast this time out, including Jasper Dolphin, his father Compston ‘Dark Shark’ Wilson, former Knoxville collaborator Eric Manaka, Rachel Wolfson, Zach Holmes and Sean ‘Poopies’ McInerney.
If you’re wondering why he’s nicknamed Poopies, your initial suspicions are probably correct.
However, he’s better known these days as a shark attack survivor and surfer, so we can only hope that he won’t be voiding his bowels in the new film.
Unlike the aforementioned Poopies, Bam Margera is one high-profile former cast member who won’t be returning due to a number of personal issues including addiction problems and rifts between himself and other members of the cast.
Margera has submitted a lawsuit against the film, claiming that his ‘intellectual property’ rights are being infringed upon as he says ideas he created are to be used.
A complaint seen by The Hollywood Reporter also alleged that ‘producers violated his civil rights when they forced him to sign a Wellness Agreement and then cut him loose after a positive drug test'.
It continued: “Margera says he suffers from physical and mental disabilities and that his termination amounts to illegal discrimination."
In an interview with GQ, Johnny Knoxville said: "We want Bam to be happy and healthy and get the help he needs."
Knoxville has also stated that this latest film will be the last time he is involved in the Jackass franchise, simply because he can’t continue to take chances with his health like he has been doing since the early 2000s.
He said: “You can only take so many chances before something irreversible happens.
“I feel like I've been extremely lucky to take the chances I've taken and still be walking around.”
Jackass Forever will be in cinemas on 4 February.
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