The sands of time continue to flow and though Johnny Knoxville may look his age in the final trailer for upcoming movie Jackass Forever, he's certainly not acting it, as fans of the chaotic, stunt-filled franchise will be pleased to hear.

Back with members of the original team, including Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Wee Man, Danger Ehren, Preston Lacy, Zach Holmes, Eric Manaka and Sean 'Poopies' McInerney, the film also introduces new faces Jasper and Rachel Wolfson.

As the friends and newcomers celebrate the joy of being together in a world where socialising is harder than ever before, another round of hilarious and absurd displays of comedy take place, sure to force chuckles from even the steeliest of personalities.

The final teaser showcases some of the ridiculousness the gang have been getting up to in front of director Jeff Tremaine, including blowing up a toilet, going face-to-face with some potentially deadly creatures and, taking a punch from a heavyweight fighter which looks like it's going to do more than just hurt.

Knoxville's fan-favourite character Bad Grandpa also makes his return, somehow ending up on the top of a bus shelter and lighting himself on fire.

What more could a fan of Jackass ask for?

One person missing from the mix however, is Bam Margera. An agreement between the star and those working on Jackass Forever was made, in that he would be able to be a part of the project so long as he remained sober.

Reports however suggested that this clause was broken by Margera, whose team claim the "wellness clause" required him to take three breathalyser tests a day, along with two urine tests a week and regular hair follicle tests.

Margera claims that his firing was not as a result of a relapse, but that he had tested positive for the drug Adderall, which he has taken for years by prescription, to treat his ADHD.

Following his termination from Jackass Forever, Margera is suing the studios behind the film as well as his former friends and colleagues for wrongful termination, breach of contract and, emotional distress.

Wherever the case goes will be interesting to watch; it's certainly unlike anything we've seen come from Hollywood before.

Jackass Forever opens in cinemas across the UK on February 4th, 2022.

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