It is a continuation of the MTV television series Jackass , which had completed its run. It was followed by a sequel, Jackass Number Two. In the ending of the film, Johnny Knoxville is launched from a catapult into a lake, where Rip Taylor sits in a boat, announcing that "this is the end. The original ending for the film was supposed to be a Rube Goldberg -type contraption, with each of the cast members performing a stunt that either has something to do with what they did on the show for example, the first stunt would have Preston as "The Human Wrecking Ball", knocking him into a Port-A-Potty , or simply for a sight gag such as Ehren being knocked over in the Port-A-Potty and landing on a bed of toilet paper rolls , ending with Johnny being launched off the catapult next to Rip Taylor. However, as the entire contraption didn't work together the way they wanted it to, the producers of the film decided to try filming an alternate ending, which is how they came to film the "Son of Jackass" skit. The "Son of Jackass" skit involves all of the performers in "old man" costumes running around in exploding buildings and sheds, with only Steve-O surviving to proclaim "Yeah, dude. Some bits of the failed ending were incorporated into the end credits montage, like Dave England dressed in a penis costume and the giant Plinko contraption.
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This article has been tagged as NSFW due to its profanity, nudity, fecal matter and references to sex crimes. Similar to the previous film Jackass: The Movie , as well as the show itself, the film is a collection of stunts, pranks, and skits involving the various stars putting themselves through extreme physical pain for comedic effect. While most of its deleted scenes were included on the DVD extras or compiled together for Jackass 2. During the movie's trailer, a brief clip is shown where Vincent Margera aka Don Vito is sitting down with a string tied to one of his teeth, with the other end being connected to a Lamborghini Gallado being driven by his nephew Bam, cutting away right before the tooth is pulled out. On the official website, a clip could be watched of Vito looking at the tooth after it was removed. It was expected to be in the movie, but due to Vito being arrested for inappropriately touching two year-old girls, MTV Films and Dickhouse Productions made the decision to remove all traces of him from the movie. The video footage for the original version has never resurfaced however, not even being released on the straight to DVD follow-up Jackass 2. In , cameraman Joe Frantz uploaded a video announcing that the clip would be released, but nothing ever came of it.
Second installment of MTV's eponymous reality show, and the concept remains the same: a series of reckless and often very dangerous, disgusting and disturbing stunts, pranks and gags; some involve dangerous animals, like snakes and sharks, and others are about consuming biological waste. Directed by Jeff Tremaine. A man wearing jockey shorts lies in a bed next to a bare breasted woman nothing else sexual is shown. A man wearing jockey shorts lies on a bed, and a nude man jumps on top of him we see his bare back, buttocks and testicles. A man takes off his pants we see his bare buttocks and testicles and pours water on his testicles for a stunt. A man sits at the top of a pole with his bare buttocks exposed, and a sex aid is flung hard up the pole toward him. We see a man's bare buttocks and chest when he sits on a rigged chair during a stunt. We see a man's bloody buttocks after a stunt. Several men are shown in jockey shorts and T-shirts running through a street.
Like its predecessor and the original television show, the film is a compilation of stunts, pranks and skits. The film premiered in theaters on September 22, It received generally positive reviews from critics. An unrated version of the film titled Jackass 2. It was followed by another sequel, Jackass 3D.