The last time the TV series went to theatres was Jackass 3-D in 2010, where Johnny Knoxville and his gang shot their precarious formats in film format.
Besides this announcement, Paramount has revealed that it will also delay the highly anticipated Top Gun: Maverick, under The Boardwalk, Tiger Beginner, and Place Quiet second part. Regarding what the original cast members will return to for the sequel, nothing has been confirmed for the time being.
It was reported in late 2019 that Jackass 4 is officially operating at Paramount. The film was scheduled to go to theatres in March 2021 but was previously delayed until July 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The last part of the series to go to theatres was Jackass 3-D in 2010, where Johnny Knoxville and his gang filmed their unlimited formats in film format.
With this announcement, Paramount hoped that the Top Gun would also be delayed: Maverick, Boardwalk Under, Tiger Apprentice and A Quiet Place II. The next 11 years will be a sequel to the comedy that will come to theatres. Nothing has been confirmed due to the sequel to the original actor.
The series lasted three seasons before airing on the network. The series was a huge success in 2002 when it hit theatres and grossed $ 80 million at the box office, with a modest budget of $ 5 million. Although no sequel has appeared since 2010, Knoxville made the spinoff film, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, which hit theatres in 2013 and was also a huge hit at the box office, with a worldwide budget of $ 15 million. 151 million. Thus, while Jackass 4 premiered a decade ago in the previous film, viewers will be quite ready to see Knoxville’s eagerness and progress.