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Jackass Forever is finally here! Every millennial who grew up around BMX and skateboarding has been flocking to the nearest movie theater to catch some of the most “asinine” stunts seen to date. That’s a pun since there’s actually a ton of male ass and genitalia. America’s favorite crew of reckless goofballs took the world by storm more than 20 years ago, making their way from magazines to television screens, to movie theaters around the world. Their individual and collective pain—all the while embracing the “don’t try this at home” mantra—has united the world through the power of laughter.
It’s been 11 years since the last Jackass film hit theaters (which was followed by a release of skits not featured in theaters dubbed Jackass 3.5) and now Johnny Knoxville is once again leading his squad—and some new faces—through another 96 minutes of hilarious torture. The film is describe as “…hilarious, wildly absurd, and often dangerous displays of comedy with a little help from some exciting new cast.”
Everyone knows Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Ehren McGhehey, Preston Lacy, Dave England and Jason “WeeMan” Acuna by now. There are also a ton of celebrity cameos, from Eric Andre to Machine Gun Kelly, The Dudesons, Tony Hawk, DJ Paul, Chris Raab and Tyler the Creator, but you likely already know who they are as well. Here’s a look at who the brave new cast members are. You know what they say… if you’re gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough.
Michael is a music and television junkie keen on most things that are not a complete and total bore. You can follow him on Twitter — @Tweetskoor
Eric Manaka is an English athlete and artist joining the crew after working with Johnny Knoxville and Chris Pontius on the 2018 film Action Point. He can be seen in the trailer above riding a bike into a fake painted backdrop just like Wile E. Coyote used to do.
Jasper Dolphin crossed paths with the Jackass crew after working with Jeff Tremaine on Loiter Squad and Jasper & Errol’s First Time. Dolphin is most noted for his music as a member of the former rap collective Odd Future of which Tyler the Creator was also a member. Jasper’s father Dark Shark is also featured in the film.
Sean “Poopies” McInerney, who is definitely one of the youngest members of the cast, got his name after getting arrested for defecating in the middle of the street while wearing a gorilla mask on a dare. He’s the one in the trailer who taunts a venomous snake to bite him in the face which seems like an appropriate right of passage.
Rachel Wolfson is a comedian and YouTuber who has earned the title of First Lady of Jackass. She’s the only new cast member that had no prior connection to the fellas except that “Knoxville liked her Instagram and thought she was funny,” according to director Jeff Tremaine.
Zach Holmes of Too Stupid to Die, an MTV stunt show similar to Jackass, is another excellent addition to the team. The “zackass” himself gets to join some of his biggest role models on the big screen.