Ryan Dunn


While not officially announced, Aint It Cool has dug through the entire internet to find Paramount registering a ton of websites for Jackass 4 which 1) point to it being in the works and 2) point to it being subtitled or otherwise linked to the phrase Bad Grandpa. As the piece points out, core member Ryan Dunn died in a drunk driving incident in June of last year. Still, is there a more fitting tribute to a fallen friend than daring another friend to squeeze an entire bottle of mayo up his anal cavity before riding a Vespa down a playground slide? The question is rhetorical. Of course there isn’t. So get ready. Registering domain names is often an indicator that a movie is in development (although it doesn’t always prove that the movie will be greenlit) and with the money these movies make, there’s a common sense element to the news as well. There’s a better than average chance that Jackass 4’s rascal grandfather will be hitting screens sometime in 2013. To the betterment of all of society    



What is Movie News After Dark? It doesn’t even know anymore… Megan Fox and John C. Reilly are tonight’s lead story. The choice of lead image was bound to be a sexy one. And as you can see, I believe I’ve made the right choice. He’s almost too sexy. Anyway, he’ll be starring alongside the outcast Transformers actress in Sacha Baron Cohen’s The Dictator. No word on what role either will play in the story of a Middle Eastern dictator who ends up in the U.S., where no one cares who he is.



This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr makes a complete and total jackass of himself by enjoying the hell out of Red and being more excited than he should about the prospects of Jackass 3D. He realizes that it may be the beginning of award season, but that won’t stop him from watching a movie about bodily fluids flying at the camera in 3D and getting mildly turned on by Helen Mirren firing a Gatling gun while wearing an evening gown.

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published: 01.28.2015
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