Johnny Knoxville handpicks an exclusive look at the continuing adventures of Bad Grandpa just for our readers, as Irving is confronted by the infamous penguin guy.
Johnny Knoxville returns with never-before-seen pranks in an all-new, uncencored movie debuting July 8.
Jeremy Garelick is directing this comedy about three friends who call in sick one day a year to fulfill their wildest fantasies.
The voice actors will replace Danny Woodburn and Pete Ploszek, who performed motoin capture for director Jonathan Liebesman's action-adventure.
The actor reprises his Jackass role as 86-year-old Irving Zisman in this hidden-camera comedy, now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Fans can interact with the star on Twitter starting at 5 PM PT. Plus, find out more about a giveaway where fans can in a trip to Las Vegas.
Johnny Knoxville brings beloved Irving Zisman back to the big screen. Join in the fun on October 25th, in theaters everywhere.
Neither a wedding, a funeral nor a kiddy ride can stand the wrath of 86-year-old Irving Zisman in this comedy from the makers of Jackass.
86-year-old Irving Zisman has had too much to drink in this upcoming comedy from the gang behind Jackass: The Movie.
Johnny Knoxville said no to this sequel in June of last year, but the stunt provocateur may have been lying.
Jaimie Alexander, Luis Guzman, Rodrigo Santoro and Forest Whitaker also share their behind-the-scenes secrets from this action thriller, in theaters today.
The Dukes of Hazard co-stars reunite to catch an angry leprechaun in this ensemble comedy, in theaters January 25th.
Jee-woon Kim makes his English-language debut with this action-thriller about a small-town sheriff squaring off against a drug lord.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in Kim Jee-Woon's action-packed thriller, in theaters this January.
Johnny Knoxville also appears in this final one-sheet for director Jee-woon Kim's action-thriller, in theaters January 18th.
Patton Oswalt and Johnny Knoxville star in this raunchy comedy about a Scoutmaster who loses sight of his apathetic troop, in cinemas this November.
Patton Oswalt and Johnny Knoxville play two competitive brothers who lose sight of a scout troop in this upcoming comedy.
Jesse Baget is directing this road trip drama about a former beauty queen on the run from a serial killer.
The actor posted a photo with Johnny Knoxville, Jamie Alexander, and Luis Guzman on the set of Jee-woon Kim's action-thriller
The duo will play battling brothers who reunite for a camping trip in Todd Rohal's latest directorial effort.