Uh-oh! ‘Jackass’ star Bam Margera was arrested in Finland after getting in a drunken dispute with his wife, Nicole Boyd on Aug. 14. Get the scoop here!
Even if you’re not a fan of ‘Jackass: The Movie,’ you’ll fall in love with ‘Bad Grandpa’ — here are our top 5 reasons why you should see the movie!
Bad Grandpa is different from the Jackass movies in that it tells a story. But it’s not all hearts and rainbows — in between a few touching moments, there are rude and crude jokes and hysterical laughs all along the way!
The ‘Jackass’ star had to be escorted through a North Carolina airport — in handcuffs!
Bam Margera may be able to get away with anything on Jackass, but this weekend, he learned his antics don’t always fly — literally — in the real world. Authorities at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport refused to let Bam board a flight Aug. 12 because, as TMZ reports, he was swearing loudly and they believed he smelled like alcohol.
The ‘Jackass’ boys are putting the final touches on a fond — and hilarious– tribute to the fallen funnyman.
Ryan Dunn‘s death was shocking to all of his fans, but now his best friends are remembering him the way he’d want to be commemorated — with a hilarious video full of crazy stunts!
‘Seriously, if you find out that I died tomorrow, I’m fine. Do not be sad for me, ’cause I’m not sad. I died with a smile on my face.’ — Ryan Dunn
This quote from Ryan Dunn was recalled by friend and Jackass producer Knate Gwaltney in his blog entry about the late Jackass star days following his death. The blog also features entries from friends like Jackass co-stars Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O as a way to remember happier times with their late pal. At the top of the blog is the tribute video, first featured at the memorial gathering at the Paramount Pictures lot in Los Angeles June 29. Read More!
The site where ‘Jackass’ star Ryan Dunn fatally crashed his Porsche has had a constant supply of visitors wanting to say their goodbyes — yet more recently the site has been the subject of graffiti and vandalism! Can you believe it?
The site where Ryan Dunn died June 22 has caused an emotional response from friends and fellow Jackass stars Johnny Knoxville, and most notably Bam Margera, who publicly cried at the crash site. We wonder what their response is to the cruel spray-painted message “Ritch (sic) Pr*ck” that The Daily Local News reports now monuments his death site. How heartless can people get?
In an exclusive and emotional interview with HollywoodLife.com, George Hartwell — Zachary’s dad — tells HollywoodLife.com his wife’s biggest fear ‘was that one of her kids would die before she did.’ And then it came true.
Jackass star Ryan Dunn and his passenger Zachary Hartwell‘s sudden deaths shocked everyone. However, in an ironic twist, Zac’s parents were always ready for a call with bad news about one of their eight children — just not him. George Hartwell opens up to HollywoodLife.com in an exclusive interview.
Ryan competed on NBC’s ‘Minute To Win It on June 8 and raised $50,000 for the charity Teammates For Kids and the organization tells us there’s been an ‘outpouring’ of donations since his death.
Ryan Dunn wasn’t just a prankster pushing the limits for MTV’s Jackass. The 34-year-old found a charity that struck a chord with him, and that is Garth Brook‘s Teammates For Kids Foundation, an organization that pairs professional athletes and celebrities to charities that help benefit children. Read More!
We now know what was going on in the bar during the last few hours of Ryan Dunn’s life…his friend Thaddeus Kalinoski tells the full story!
Jackass star Ryan Dunn, 34, was at a bar in West Chester, Pennsylvania enjoying some drinks prior to crashing to his death on June 20 with a blood alcohol concentration of .196. His old friend, Thaddeus Kalinoski, 34, ran into him at the bar that night. Thaddeus spoke to E! about Ryan’s last few hours alive, saying Ryan was in good spirits, and was acting the same as he usually did. Click here to watch video
Steve-O, close friend of the late Ryan Dunn, was notorious for his outrageous antics and wild side — but behind the scenes, the life of the Jackass comedian was not all fun and games.
Steve-O, 37, is coping with the loss of close friend and fellow Jackass co-star Ryan Dunn, who died in a car crash June 20 with a blood-alcohol concentration of .196 at the age of 37. Devastated, Steve-O cancelled six comedy shows since the accident. “I don’t know what to say, except I love Ryan Dunn and I’m really going to miss him,” he tweeted.
Talk about ironic: In a 2010 movie, the late Ryan Dunn played a guy who died — and loved it!
There’s been a lot of weirdness surrounding Jackass star Ryan Dunn‘s recent tragic death, but this is definitely the weirdest yet. New attention is being paid to Ryan’s 2010 movie Living Will, in which his character dies — and really seems to enjoy the change. “Being dead is the best thing that’s ever happened to me,” his character, Belcher, says.
Wee Man pays tribute to his friend and ‘Jackass’ costar Ryan Dunn with a tattoo of Ryan’s face. Check out the video!
Ryan Dunn‘s tragic death was particularly devastating to those closest to him, like Jackass costar Jason “Wee Man” Acuna. “After Ryan passed away, [I asked] how can I do something for Ryan?” Wee Man asked in a video he posted on Twitter. “Well, it’s something he’d probably do for anyone of us if it was one of us in the situation. I’m going to get him tattooed on me. Yep, that’s what I’m going to do.”
Friends and family gathered together on June 22 for a private memorial service for Ryan Dunn in Philadelphia. Ryan’s Jackass buddies, including best friend Bam Margera, were also there.
It was an incredibly sad afternoon for those once close with Jackass star Ryan Dunn. The 34-year-old’s funeral was held yesterday afternoon at the DellaVecchia, Reilly, Smith and Boyd funeral home in Wester Chester, Philadelphia. Ryan’s closest friends and co-stars Bam Margera and Johnny Knoxville stood by solemnly.