At the world premiere on October 11, Johnny Knoxville and his friends posed with a background of pictures of the film scenes.
In anticipation of the U.S. release of "Jackass 3D", Paramount Pictures held a world premiere for the movie. Sans glamorous red carpet, the event took place on Monday, October 11 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
A number of pictures, showing scenes from the film, were displayed in the hall with guests, such as cast members Johnny Knoxville and Ehren McGhehey, director/producer Jeff Tremaine as well as producer producer Spike Jonze, posing in front of them. Joining them that night were musician Mark Hoppus and TV personalities Kevin Manno and Julie Alexandria.
"Jackass 3D" features crazy stunts done by Johnny Knoxville and other cast. This documentary will be released in 3-D on October 15.
After the movie is dropped in theaters, "Jackass 3.5" will come to DVD and Blu-ray in December and include all-new footage not seen in theaters. "Man, we filmed so much stuff. So much great stuff got left out of the film because we just overshot. That'll be in '[Jackass] 3.5,' coming out at Christmas," Knoxville teased earlier this month.