Jackass Forever is the long-awaited sequel to the 2010 film Jackass 3D. It’s the fourth film in the Jackass franchise and is directed by Jeff Tremaine. It is also produced by Tremaine and some of the OG cast (Steve-O, Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze.)

Jackass Forever will bring new and ridiculous stunts and pranks that only the daredevils of Jackass are brave enough to do. The cast will include Jackass veterans (Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Wee Man, Danger Ehren and Preston Lacy) and new cast additions (Zach Holmes, Jasper Dolphin and Sean McInerney.)

There will also be celebrity guest appearances such as Eric Andre from The Eric Andre Show, rapper Machine Gun Kelly, professional skateboarder Tony Hawk and many more.

Jackass Forever is about a group of best friends reuniting after 10 years to execute seemingly impossible stunts and pranks. Based on the trailer, we should expect the Jackass crew to indulge in some crazy antics!

Check out the trailer below:

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The trailer definitely gives off old Jackass vibes, and we can’t wait to see it! So is Jackass Forever coming to our favorite streaming service?

Will Jackass Forever be on Netflix?

No. Sadly, the reality slapstick comedy is not coming to Netflix. Jackass Forever is made by MTV and Paramount, so we shouldn’t expect it to land on Netflix any time soon.

However, there are some slapstick comedies available to watch now on Netflix. Jackass presents Bad Grandpa .5 unrated, Sextuplets and Year One are all great alternatives.

Who knows, maybe we’ll see Jackass Forever make an appearance on the streamer in the future!

Where to watch Jackass Forever

You will be able to watch Jackass Forever in theaters everywhere when it releases on October 22, 2021. According to Decider, Paramount Pictures announced earlier in the year that they plan to shorten the theatrical releases of their big titles like Jackass Forever to just 45 days in theaters.

After those 45 days are up, Jackass Forever will then be available for streaming on Paramount+.

So if you want to see the tomfoolery of the Jackass cast, you might want to subscribe to Paramount+ or wait for it to be released in theaters.

Will you be watching Jackass Forever?

Source: Netflix Life

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