Knoxville: "Jackass Number Three"?

by | September 29, 2006 | Comments

Could there be a third "Jackass"? Johnny Knoxville says that — while there is nothing definitive in the works per se — he plans to shoot some footage that may grow into a second sequel.

Knoxville hinted to iF Magazine (via Dark Horizons) that, like "The Godfather," "Lord of the Rings," and "The Apu Trilogy," there could indeed be a third installment in the stunt/public embarrassment series. While he’s satisfied with the conclusion of the second "Jackass," there are some scenes he still wants to film.


Had enough of these guys? Me neither.

"There’s some stuff I’m still wanting to shoot, and we might shoot in November," Knoxville said. "It’s not for a three, it’s just because it’s something I really want to do, and I said I was gonna do it, and then I could not not do it."

And, if that’s the case, cast member Dave England said it will be more of the same.

"’Jackass’ is what it is, to turn it into something else would just bum people out," England was quoted as saying.

"Jackass: Number Two" opened at number one at the box office, and, to the surprise of even the cast members, garnered surprisingly good reviews. It’s currently at 61 percent on the Tomatometer.

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