‘Jackass’ Co-Creator Bam Margera Alleges ‘Torture’ After Being Fired From ‘Jackass Forever’


Those who had formative years in the 2000s are no strangers to MTV’s hit series Jackass. Based on the performance of outrageous and often dangerous stunts and pranks, the series ran from 2000 to 2002 before evolving into many TV spinoffs and movies. While a fourth film, Jackass Forever, is on its way via Paramount Pictures, not all the fans’ favorite pranksters are returning to the big screen, as Bam Margera was recently fired from the production.

The ‘Jackass’ franchise is returning with the release of ‘Jackass Forever’

Bam Margera attending the 'Bam Margera & Friends' art exhibit in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bam Margera | Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images

Fan favorites such as Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, and Jason Acuña will be returning for the new film.  While the group is excited to be back together, this may likely be the last installment of the Jackass franchise. Knoxville recently mentioned that he had to go to the hospital on the second day of filming and that his body couldn’t take much more. “I can’t afford to have any more concussions,” Knoxville stated. “I can’t put my family through that.”


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