Jackass Forever Comes to Blu-Ray Next Month with 40 Minutes of Unseen Footage

The crew is coming together in the comfort of your home when Jackass Forever hits Blu-ray, complete with tons of new footage for fans to enjoy.

If you’ve been waiting to watch Jackass Forever at home, your wait is almost over. Today, Paramount revealed the home entertainment release details for the latest stunt/prank movie. There are three dates involved here so let me try and make this simple:

March 22nd – Streaming exclusively on Paramount+

March 29th – Digital release on all platforms

April 19th – Physical DVD/Blu-ray

Older and grayer but not wiser, johnny knoxville and the gang are back for another outrageous round of stunts and bad ideas. with new friends and loads of celebrity guest stars, the crew take pranks to ridiculous lengths where absolutely no one is safe and all senses are frayed. from exploding port-a-potties to hockey pucks to the nuts and performing magic for an unamused bull, jackass forever is a hilarious roller coaster ride like you’ve never experienced before.

Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, jackass forever brings the crew together with new friends and celebrity guests for a whole lot of stunts, pranks, and bad ideas. The Digital* and Blu-ray releases are loaded with nearly 40 minutes of outrageous and hilarious stunt footage not seen in theaters:

Tarantula Bite
Face Your Rear
Dark Shark & The Bear
Fire In The Hole
Broke Zach Mountain
Virtual Reality
Plug And Arrow
The Breakaway
Soccer Ball Surprise
Poopies Only Wipes Twice
Fire Extinguisher
Wee Man Throws Zach Under The Bus
Toilet Geyser
Telephone Pole (Susan)
Telephone Pole (Millie)
Telephone Pole (A.D.)

How will you be watching Jackass Forever over the next few weeks?

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