Why Bam Margera Isn’t In Jackass Forever

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Why Bam Margera Isn’t In Jackass Forever – IGN The Fix: Entertainment

The Jackass Forever trailer is out, and it’s really a blast from the past. You’ve got most of the original Jackass cast returning, like Wee Man and Steve-O, some new faces and celebrities – but unfortunately long-time Jackass cast member Bam Margera won’t be among them in Jackass 4, due to allegedly breaching his contractual agreements. For many years, Bam has dealt with drug and alcohol abuse, with the death of his best friend and Jackass movie and Jackass series cast mate Ryan Dunn in 2011 sending him spiraling further down the path of addiction. His former Jackass co-star Steve-O responded to his rant in the comments of his IG video by saying how the two people Bam says wronged him, Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville, also saved his life. The now sober Steve-O also once suffered from addiction. In other news, seems like James Gunn got to do whatever he wanted in the upcoming DC movie, Suicide Squad. Speaking with Variety, actor Jai Courtney commented on the amount of freedom the studio gave to the director. And finally, it seems like people are chill on getting a Netflix account these days, as the streaming giant’s subscriber base in North America has dropped by almost half a million. The second quarter of 2021 has been somewhat of a mixed bag for Netflix, with The Hollywood Reporter stating that Netflix topped its expectations for the second quarter after raising its subscriber count by 1.5 million.

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