- Wed Nov 18, 2015, 3:32 AM GMT
The actor was previously attached to star in the movie version of the noir comic book series by B. Clay Moore and Steven Griffin.READ MORE
Barging into entertainment industry with his reckless actions and antics, Johnny Knoxville has really brought fresh air in American film scene through his unique flair in entertaining people. A daredevil whose given name is Phillip John Clapp, Johnny was raised in Knoxville, Tennessee from the day he was born on March 11, 1971 under the influence of his father, Phil Clapp, who had often conducted practical jokes to him since he was still a little boy. Growing up as a teenager with an odd sense of humor, he was known to like being the center of attention among his classmates of South Young High School, so it was not really shocking that he later developed a desire to be a professional actor. In order to achieve his dream, he thus headed for Los Angeles, California to attend American Academy of Dramatic Arts, but quickly dropped his study within weeks and returned to his hometown.
Made a living through a series of commercial works while also occasionally wrote articles for Blunt, Bikini, and Big Brother Magazines, Johnny then came up with an idea to create an unusual column of his wacky experience which included an act of shooting pepper spray or stun gun toward himself in 1996. Bringing this unique concept to Jeff Tremaine, the Big Brother's editor, a year later, he instead was suggested to record the stunts in video format and the result was “Big Brother Video Trilogy.” Surprisingly, it became an underground cult hit across the country, creating a buzz that certainly brought Johnny's name to the surface that led him to sign a propitious deal with MTV for developing “Jackass” in the year 2000.
The 'Jackass' star and the 'Monk' actor will provide voice for the characters motion-captured by Pete Ploszek and Danny Woodburn.READ MORE
20th Century Fox Animation and Blue Sky Studios have announced the voice cast of an 3D CG animated movie from 'Ice Age' director.READ MORE
Since he was not able to express his feelings at Ryan's memorial service, the co-creator of 'Jackass' writes his latest blog post in memory of his co-star's humor, kindness and capacity to love.READ MORE
Recalling about the incident, the 'Dukes of Hazzard' actor reveals, 'I had to go upstairs and get my friends out of the bar; we had another drink and they drove me to the hospital.'READ MORE
The Farrelly brothers are said considering Timberlake and Knoxville to play Larry and Moe respectively, with Will Sasso taking the role of Curly.READ MORE