The “Jackass 4” release date has officially been announced. Paramount said that the fourth film of the franchise created by Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine will hit the big screen on March 5, 2021, ten years after the third movie.

A ten-year hiatus is a bit long even by Hollywood standards. By then, the cast of reality show, led by Johnny Knoxville, will already be in their 40s.

Even though the original “Jackass” cast members are still game for more of their crazy stunts, Knoxville is open-minded enough to admit that changes have to be made to keep up with the times. One such change is that there could be younger additions to the “Jackass 4” cast, according to Daily Mail.

“It's possible, for sure,” Knoxville said. “It's not like we're saying no. If we did do a new one, we'd have to bring in some new younger guys - just to bring some fresh blood into it. But it's possible.”

But the good thing, according to Knoxville, is that there are still plenty of ideas they haven’t tried out yet in the first three films. “I still write ideas down, just in case I get that twitch again,” the actor and performer said. “We're sitting on a ton of new ideas.”

In fact, all of his ideas won’t likely be included in the upcoming film. “There was so many that we didn't get to shoot for Jackass 3,” he added. “We have more ideas than we could shoot for Jackass 4, I'll tell you that.”

Sadly, some of his close friends and family members who were with him with the franchise started would no longer be joining the fourth film. “It's a comedy, but a few of my friends and family members are over that part of it,” Knoxville explained. “I totally understand where they're coming from.”

Knoxville already made a name for himself outside the Jackass franchise. He starred in a number of films such as “Men in Black II,” “Walking Tall,” “The Dukes of Hazzard,” “The Ringer,” Skiptrace,” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” voicing Leonardo.

But he still can’t leave the franchise that catapulted him into fame in the first place. “I've been doing this for so long, it's kind of tough to stop,” the actor admitted. “I gotta take care of myself, but God, I don't want to stop. Am I sick?”

Meanwhile, there were speculations on whether or not original cast member Bam Margera will be joining the “Jackass 4.” When Ryan Dunn died in a car stunt in 2011, Margera was devastated because the two were very close, according to The Blast.

After his friend’s death, Margera spiral down the dangerous path of alcohol and drug use. He was put into rehab a number of times not only for drugs and alcohol treatment but also for mental health issues.

At the moment, Margera is reportedly getting better with the help of therapy, friends, and family. However, it is still unknown if he will star in the upcoming “Jackass 4.”