Jeff Tremaine

‘Jackass’ Director Jeff Tremaine Producing Magic Kingdom Debauchery Doc ‘Stolen Kingdom’

EXCLUSIVE: Following the success of Jackass Forever this year, director Jeff Tremaine has found a new set troublemakers to focus on as they cause havoc at the Happiest Place on earth. Tremaine is producing Stolen Kingdom, a documentary film chronicling the 30-year history of wrongdoing and debauchery at Walt Disney World Resort, and how it led to the theft of an audio-animatronic valued at almost $500,000 on the black market. First-time filmmakers Joshua Bailey and Sam Fraser of White Lake are directing. Tremaine, who is producing through his Gorilla Flicks banner, recently executive produced the feature-length documentary Bad Axe, which won this year’s SXSW...
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‘Jackass Forever’s Johnny Knoxville and Director Jeff Tremaine on ‘Jackass 4.5,’ What’s in the Extended Cut, and Working with Spike Jonze

With Jackass Forever now playing in theaters, I recently got to speak with Johnny Knoxville and director Jeff Tremaine about the making of the Jackass sequel. As a longtime fan of the Jackass series, I’m happy to report the new film will make you laugh a lot, and it’ll probably make you look away from the screen a few times. Besides Wee Man, Pontius, and Steve-O, Jackass Forever also stars Wee Man, Chris Pontius, Steve-O, Danger Ehren, Dave England, Preston Lacy. The new cast members being added to Jackass Forever include Sean “Poopies” McInerney and Jasper Dolphin, both of which starred in the recent Jackass Shark Week special, Too Stupid To Die’s Zach Holmes, the mononymous Jasper, Eric Manaka, and Rachel Wolfson. You can also look forward to seeing skating legend Tony Hawk, Tyler the Creator, UFC champion Francis Ngannou, Chris Raab, Rob Dyrdek, Machine Gun Kelly, and Eric André.

'Jackass' Star Bam Margera Reportedly Slapped With Restraining Order By Director Jeff Tremaine Following Scathing Social Media Tirade

Viva La Bam star Bam Margera has been reportedly slapped with a restraining order by Jackass director Jeff Tremaine. Tremaine — founder of the wildly popular Jackass franchise alongside Johnny Knoxville — recently filed the temporary restraining order against his former friend and costar, according to TMZ. It is unclear what prompted the extreme measure, but the filing comes shortly after Margera blasted Tremaine and Knoxville earlier this week on social media.