Were we addicted to slow motion? Yes, maybe a bit. Did we get hooked on watching things happen really, really, really slowly?
One can safely emphasize three persons who have remained in the audience's heads, not least because of their other following public performances. Bam Margera has, shortly before Jackass, already released the first part of his Skate- Comedy- and Stuntshow-series "cKy"which consists of four parts now. Also, he appears as a character in several video games of the Tony-Hawk series.
So does this mean Johnny Knoxville and his band of giddy morons qualify as artists? Probably, yeah. You could waste a lot of ink writing about the artistry, intended or not, of the Jackass oeuvre.
Steve-O: Gross Misconduct. Steve-O: Gross Misconduct Uncensored. Two discs of uselessness punctuated by a few funny bits.
Warning: This article will contain some very graphic images, so don't read on if you're at all squeamish. Two months on from his involvement in a TV stunt involving burning jet fuel that went terribly wrong, Steve-O is keeping his fans updated on his recovery through some detailed pictures and descriptions on his Instagram page. The Jackass star revealed in July that he did a "bunch of dumb stunts" with "the hottest shit ever" aka jet fuel for an upcoming comedy special and he was later admitted to hospital, where he shared photos of himself covered in bandages.
When you challenge hackers to steal personal information from you, nothing good can happen, as Jackass member Steve-O experienced first hand when he was denied access to his Twitter account on Wednesday. The stunt performer dared hackers to break into his iCloud account and steal nude photos of him; only a public challenge involving hackers does not have any rules, and they would achieve the goal step by step, seeking flaws in other areas that could help with the final task. A day after tweeting the taunt, Steve-O found himself parted from his Twitter account.
The surprisingly complex 'Jackass' standout gives Playboy a look at his new show 'Headset Hotshots'. Indeed, the moment I realize I could be in for a world of hurt is when I find myself seated on a very white, and very leather, couch next to the Jackass alum, with a virtual-reality headset on my face. His words of caution, followed by that signature scratchy laugh, send a chill down my spine.
Daredevil comic Steve-O, of 'Jackass' and 'Wildboyz' fame, is almost ready to get back to work, according to friend and co-star Johnny Knoxville. I'm very proud of him. As a matter of fact, I know we are.