A board the Iron Man 4a 70,ton pleasure barge churning between Miami, Key West, Nassau, and Cozumel, the old jackasses were getting fretful. Darkness was upon their lumpy brows, and a deeper nihilism in their raillery. But the mood was awry.
I looked quizzically at the bartender and motioned towards the other man with a slight jerk of the head. He looked to be in his sixties and, though he sported several days of stubble, seemed otherwise tidy. It was hard to tell if he was fashionably grizzled or simply the town drunk.
But fans of Jackass know the series was so much more than just a series of increasingly violent crotch shots. Whether they were racing down hills in wheelbarrows and breaking their bones in the effort or dressing up as senior citizens and flashing people, the guys who conceived and performed the stunts together remained the show's most consistent draw. It wasn't just their self-destructive actions, but rather their interactions with each other that kept people coming back. They felt like people who liked each other's company, despite how much delight they often took in seeing each other in pain.
So after all of that self-abusewhat does the cast of Jackass look like today? Bam Margera was one of the craziest pranksters of the Jackass gang. So what is he up to now?
By Leah Simpson For Dailymail. Former Jackass star Jason 'Wee Man' Acuna is now living in a van in Californiaand he gives fans a glimpse inside his mobile home in a new video released this week. The year-old professional skater and actor who appeared on the MTV stunt show fromshowed Van Talk around his humble abode on wheels, that he flew to Arkansas to purchase.
Jackass Number Two is a American reality comedy film. Like its predecessor and the original TV show, the film is a compilation of stunts, pranks and skits. Everyone depicted in the film plays as themselves.
It certainly bears repeating: ''Warning: The stunts in this movie were performed by professionals, so neither you nor your dumb buddies should attempt anything from this movie. Not that you would be remotely tempted. The title is a little misleading -- not the ''Jackass'' part, but the movie part, since the picture, directed by Jeff Tremaine, is essentially an extended episode of the popular ''Jackass'' MTV series, which features Johnny Knoxville and his reckless pals performing outlandish, grotesque and often very dangerous stunts involving alligators, shopping carts and anything else that comes to hand including certain body parts.
The background music is gnarly, but not gnarly enough to erase the sound of his infinite screams. If you've spent most of Game of Thrones waiting for the moment when Sansa Stark finally gets to deliver a devastating kick to a Lannister or Frey's family jewels, please enjoy this. It might be as close as we ever get.