How To Watch The Jackass Movies Streaming
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As crazy as it sounds, the Jackass crew is as popular as ever with the extremely painful and surprisingly nostalgic Jackass Forever and a spectacular appearance at WrestleMania 38 in 2022. And with the crew back on top of the world yet again, now’s a good time to go back and watch all their biggest moments so far.
But don’t worry, there’s no need to pull out those old DVDs or VHS tapes containing some of Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and the rest of the cast’s biggest moments because you can watch the Jackass movies and the original MTV series streaming at this very moment. And better yet, they’re all in the same place!
Jackass: The Movie (2002)
The same year the groundbreaking and highly controversial series came to an abrupt end on MTV, the entire crew got back together for their biggest adventure yet: Jackass: The Movie. Released in October 2002, the movie showed what the entertaining and seemingly invincible group of young lads could pull off without having to worry about toning it down for television or upsetting parents.
Stream Jackass: The Movie on Paramount+.
Jackass: Number Two (2006)
The entire crew (and some special guests) got back together once again in 2006 for the successful Jackass: Number Two, which upped the ante and pushed the stars to their limit with more intense stunts, pranks, and even some butt-chugging by Steve-O.
Stream Jackass: Number Two on Paramount+.
Jackass 2.5 (2007)
When Johnny Knoxville and crew got back together for Jackass: Number Two, they captured more footage than could fit in the theatrical release. In 2007, the crew released Jackass 2.5, a 64-minute compilation of stomach-churning segments and interviews with the cast and crew.
Stream Jackass 2.5 on Paramount+.
Jackass 3D (2010)
In 2010, the crew released their most ambitious title yet: Jackass 3D. Taking full advantage of the technology that was all the rave at the time, the veteran stunt performers pulled off some of their most impressive feats yet, all in stunning HD. The movie also made a staggering $171 million at the box office, according to Box Office Mojo.
Stream Jackass 3D on Paramount+.
Jackass 3.5 (2011)
Like with Jackass: Number Two, the crew shot too much footage to be contained in Jackass 3D and so they had to go ahead and release another bonus edition. The 85-minute Jackass 3.5 is filled with much of the same stunts that made the previous installments so beloved, which is great for those diehard fans out there.
Stream Jackass 3.5 on Paramount+.
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013)
In 2013, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa was released and was a major diversion for the franchise. Instead of focusing on the entire crew getting in a series of stunts, the movie centered on Johnny Knoxville's Irving Zisman character as he and his grandson Billy Zisman-Muskie (Jackson Nicoll) getting in all sorts of adventures in a surprisingly moving narrative.
Stream Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa on Paramount+.
Stream Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (Extended) on Paramount+.
Jackass Forever (2021)
Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, and most of the original crew were joined by some promising newcomers in the most recent addition to the franchise: Jackass Forever. Released in February 2021, the fourth theatrical installment saw the crew take part in some of the most hellacious stunts yet, some of which ended with trips to the hospital. With the perfect combination of nostalgia and hard-hitting stunts, Jackass Forever showed that age wasn’t slowly these guys down.
Stream Jackass Forever on Paramount+.
Jackass (2000 - 2001)
If you want to go back and see where it all began for the Jackass crew, you can do just that now that all three seasons of the groundbreaking MTV show are streaming on Paramount+. On top of that, you can watch the “Lost Tapes,” a compilation of stunts, pranks, and other segments that were originally recorded for Big Brother magazine’s video series or were left off the home releases of the Jackass show.
This all should make for one hell of a marathon for those Jackass fans out there. If you want to see what else there is to watch after finishing all these Jackass movies and episodes, give some of the best Paramount+ shows a shot.
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