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Every Jackass Movie Has Landed On Netflix

Every Jackass Movie Has Landed On Netflix

Doesn't matter how old you get - Jackass is still funny. Which is why we're delighted to announce that Netflix has added every single movie from the franchise to its roster.

Last month, the streamer announced that 'Jackass 1-3.5′ would be hurtling to our screens in August. And now the moment has arrived, meaning you can relive all of your favourite/most horrifying moments from the iconic stunt films.

The Jackass boys back in the day. Credit: PA
The Jackass boys back in the day. Credit: PA

To refresh your memory, the first flick Jackass: The Movie landed in cinemas back in 2002, following Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera and co. as they perform a series of gross-out gags.

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Arguably, some of the best stunts include Steve-O's Wasabi Snooters, not to mention Butt X-Ray, which saw the late Ryan Dunn shoving a toy car into his anus.

Following on from this, in 2006 Jackass Number Two arrived with more of the same - a particular highlight being Chris Pontius's penis starring as a puppet that must perform to a (bitey) snake.

An unrated version of the film - Jackass 2.5 - was released in 2007, followed by Jackass 3D in 2010 and Jackass 3.5: The Unrated Movie in 2011, all of which follow a similar format.

Credit: Paramount
Credit: Paramount
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So if you fancy rewatching all of these grim moments - unrated or not - Netflix has made this dream a reality.

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This will come as welcome news for the fans, especially since finding out that the release of Jackass 4 had to be stalled due the coronavirus pandemic.

Originally scheduled for March 2021, Paramount announced the film will instead drop in cinemas on 3 September.

The involvement of one of the franchise's most famous stars, Steve-O, was previously up for debate. However, he appeared to confirm rumours of his return to the franchise back in February by posting a picture of himself wearing a jacket with the Jackass logo to Instagram, alongside the caption: "Proudly wearing this top tonight... #CountMeInFolks."

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Although there's not a lot Steve-O won't do, he recently revealed he wouldn't dare not wear a mask amid the pandemic, having found out he recently caught the virus without knowing it.

Credit: Instagram/@steveo
Credit: Instagram/@steveo

Speaking to TooFab, the star said: "I have a lot of feelings about this. There's nothing brave about saying 'I don't care about coronavirus', because you're just putting other people at risk.

"As deliberately reckless as my Jackass buddies and I are - we put effort into being reckless - we are careful about being respectful to other people, you know?

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"I think what's made Jackass successful, over these decades now, is that it's not mean spirited. We're not cruel; we do it to ourselves, and that gives it a sort of wholesome, lovable sense. Third party people and putting them at risk is not part of our program."

"And for that matter I'd say me and all my buddies, we care about doing what we can to not spread it."

Featured Image Credit: Paramount

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, Netflix, Jackass

Daisy Phillipson

Daisy is a UK-based freelance journalist with too many opinions. She loves everything film and music-related and has a track record writing for Little White Lies, BWRC, and Film Daily. Contact her at [email protected]