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Jackass Forever full movie homes to theaters on February 4. The Jackass Forever Movie is streaming now on Paramount. Jackass Forever, directed by Jeff Tremaine is the fourth installment of the title films created by the Jackass franchise.

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Jackass Forever marks the return of the Jackass franchise to the big screen. It features most of the original cast members from the Jackass series, which aired on MTV, and from the earlier theatrical releases, including Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, and Wee Man.

Missing are Ryan Dunn, who passed away in 2011, and Bam Margera, who makes a cameo, but was fired during the filming of Jackass Forever for breaking his contract to remain sober. Jackass Forever is the fourth theatrical release from the Jackass crew and along with the returning cast, it features many celebrity cameos, including Eric Andre.

‘Jackass Forever’ release date

Jackass Forever is set to be released in theaters on Feb. 4. That’s the simple answer to this question. However, it has been a journey for Jackass Forever to finally make its way to moviegoers.

Paramount Pictures had initially planned to release Jackass Forever in March 2021, but a little less than a year before its release it was pushed to July 2021. It would be pushed two more times, first to September 2021 and then again to October 2021. The final (presumably) move for Jackass Forever was announced in September 2021, giving it its current Feb. 4, 2022, release date. Fittingly, star Johnny Knoxville announced the date change with a stunt via his Instagram.

When Will Jackass Forever Be Streaming Online?

While there is not an official Paramount+ release date for Jackass Forever, we can expect Jackass Forever to be on the streaming service after 30 to 45 days in theaters. Last year, Paramount announced all of its titles would be moving to Paramount+ after 30 days in theaters, while big tentpole titles would get 45 days in theaters. Therefore, you should see Jackass Forever on Paramount+ around mid-to-late March 2022.

If the Paramount+ release of Jackass Forever follows the same pattern as A Quiet Place Part II, then you will also be able to rent Jackass Forever for $20 on premium video-on-demand at the same time it begins streaming free on Paramount+. In the 

meantime, you can catch up on all of the previous Jackass movies, streaming free on Paramount+ right now.

‘Jackass Forever’ reviews

It’s been more than 20 years since Jackass premiered as a TV show and 12 years since the last movie, Jackass 3D. So has the moment passed for Jackass Forever or is it a glorious return for these pranksters?

Looks to be the latter. What to Watch’s Jackass Forever review says the latest film delivers “one more unforgettable punch to the funny bone.” That opinion has been pretty universal thus far, as Jackass Forever currently scores an 84% “Fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes and a 68 on Metacritic, landing it in the best of the site’s three-color tiers.

‘Jackass Forever’ cast

Many of the original crew from Jackass are back for this movie, including Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Wee Man, Preston Lacy, Dave England, and Ehren McGhehey. But there are also a few new cast members and guest stars that will get in on the action, including Eric André, Machine Gun Kelly, Rob Dyrdek, Tory Belleci, Tony Hawk, Tyler the Creator, Rachel Wolfson, and Chris Raab.

Knoxville, who has been the face of Jackass for its entire run, has announced that Jackass Forever will be his last film in the franchise, telling GQ that “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. Knoxville is 50, while other series hallmark Steve-O is 47 and also expected to be appearing in his last Jackass project.

Missing from the movie will be original Jackass member Bam Margera, who was reportedly removed from Jackass Forever because of substance abuse issues; Margera is suing the production.

‘Jackass Forever’ trailer

After we’ve had just the one Jackass trailer to go on for a long time, a brand new trailer is here to preview the debauchery the crew is up in their fourth movie. This trailer assures fans that after all the waiting, Jackass Forever is coming out this February, then gives them want they really want, new looks at all the crazy stunts and pranks they have in store. Enjoy.

‘Jackass Forever’ director

The fourth Jackass movie will feature a familiar face behind the camera, as Jeff Tremaine will once again be serving as the director. Tremaine has helmed all four of the Jackass movies, as well as episodes of the original TV show. He also was the director for the Jackass spinoff, Bad Grandpa.


Also, because of how the Jackass movies are shot, you’ll also be able to spot Tremaine in the movie. 

How to watch previous ‘Jackass’ movies

Before you sit down for all the latest insanity in-store with Jackass Forever, revisit the classic moments that these groups of daredevils put themselves through with the first three movies. Unfortunately, there is no free streaming option to watch the first three movies, as Jackass: The Movie, Jackass Number Two, and Jackass 3D are currently only available to rent online at a starting price of $2.99 per movie. The good news is that they are easily available to rent on platforms like YouTube, Prime Video, Apple TV, and Google Play.

It’s pretty much the same for the original Jackass TV series, as it can only be rented, but at a cheaper price starting at $0.99 on Apple TV.

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