Avatars 3D technologies could add new dimension to new Jackass movie
on Monday,December 28,2009 22:12
The cast of MTV''s Jackass are not known for their subtlety or low-key sensibilities, so it should come as a small surprise that the death defying stunt-dudes may be venturing into 3D for their third motion picture outing.
The forthcoming Jackass 3D will utilize techniques pioneered by James Comeron''s visually compelling war saga, Avatar, to bring the exploits of Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O and the rest of the Jackass crew to fully rendered life.
"We''re going to take the same 3D technology James Cameron used in ''Avatar'' and stick it up Steve-O''s butt," Knoxville tells the press. "We''re taking stupid to a whole new dimension." ?
Beginning its life on MTV in 2000, Jackass spun out of a series of skateboarding videos sponsored by Big Brother Magazine a publication where show producer Jeff Tremaine and contributors Rick Kosick, Chris Pontius, Dave England and Johnny Knoxville worked. Despite a short initial run on the network, Jackass has gained immense popularity - leading to five spin off programs, two full-length feature films, a video game and a 68th place showing in Entertainment Weekly''s list of the greatest television shows of the past 24 years.
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