Jackass Forever introduces new cast members in first-look footage

·2-min read
Photo credit: MTV Entertainment Studios - Paramount
Photo credit: MTV Entertainment Studios - Paramount

Ahead of its cinema release next month, Jackass Forever has unveiled the new pranksters set to team up with Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and co in the long-awaited sequel.

"This is my first movie. Feels great to be invited into the crew and everything," Jasper Dolphin, one of the fresh faces, admits in the clip, after whizzing down a body surf slide with fellow newbie Zach Holmes.

"What did you think when you got the call to come in and sit with us?" director Jeff Tremaine joked, to which Jasper replied: "My first thought was, 'I hope I don't die' but then I was like, 'Hey, at least I'd die on camera.'"

Photo credit: MTV Entertainment Studios - Paramount
Photo credit: MTV Entertainment Studios - Paramount

Related: Johnny Knoxville responds to Bam Margera's Jackass 4 accusations

"I'm literally seeing childhood heroes of mine come to life," new kid on the block Rachel Wolfson said. "My mind is blown."

Next up in the promo is British recruit Eric Manaka, who describes himself as someone who loves "getting a bit hurt" just as much as he loves skateboarding.

Lastly, viewers meet "big time movie star" Sean 'Poopies' McInerney, right before he gets bitten on the nose by a potentially venomous snake...

"My friend Chip goes, 'Hey, I wanna introduce you to a couple of my friends... They want you to come test out for Jackass,'" he remembers. "I was like, 'No way!' Just speechless in that moment. I was so nervous but yeah, it was a dream come true."

Photo credit: MTV Entertainment Studios - Paramount
Photo credit: MTV Entertainment Studios - Paramount

Related: Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa review: Jackass but not as we know it

Jackass co-creator Spike Jonze and returning daredevils Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña, Dave England, Preston Lacy, Ehren 'Danger Ehren' McGhehey and Chris Pontius are also set to star.

"The new people that we're working with are great," McGhehey notes in the raucous video. "And we've been destroying them throughout this film."

Jackass Forever will be released in cinemas on February 4.

You Might Also Like

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting