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Jackass Stars Reveal How The Classic "Poo Cocktail Supreme" Stunt Was Made

Jackass stars Reveal How The Classic 'poo Cocktail Supreme' Stunt Was Made
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The stars of Jackass Forever have been kind enough to reveal how they performed one of their vilest, smelliest, and most iconic stunts ever: the "Poo Cocktail Supreme."

Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, and other members of the Jackass crew made the revelations in an interview ahead of Jackass Forever's release on February 14.

The stars were discussing some of the most extreme stunts they have tried in the past.


Without a doubt, the "Poo Cocktail Supreme" was a little hard to stomach, and most people can't help but wonder how the crew pulled it off.

The stunt was in Jackass 3D, and it starred Steve-O getting strapped to a porta-potty. The potty was then launched into the air using bungee cords.

The stunt was actually a modification of the "Poo Cocktail" stunt from the first Jackass episode.


As it turns out, the original idea was for Steve-O to bungee down from a bridge, but Jeff Tremaine came up with the unique idea of sending the porta-potty into the air instead.

What made the stunt so "unique" was the fact that the poop came out at the peak height. Check it out in the video below.


Another stunt they touched on was the "High Five" stunt from Jackass 3. During this stunt, clueless crew members were knocked to the ground by a giant hand, making the rest of the cast roll in laughter.

The team's next installment, Jackass Forever, will be released in a few weeks. As usual, the film will feature many reckless stunts that have characterized all the previous films in the franchise.


The film was directed by Jeff Tremaine, and it is the fourth of the Jackass films.

The movies were inspired by the skateboard culture from the early 2000s. Today, the cast is definitely older, but the stunts are no less hilarious or any less dangerous.

After getting hit by a bull while filming the movie, Johnny Knoxville suffered a serious injury. In the first two days of filming, Aaron "Jaws" Homoki, a professional skateboarder, broke his wrist, and Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O had to be hospitalized after suffering on-set injuries.


Wee-Man has also admitted that Jackass Forever "hurt the most," which goes to show that the crew has certainly not toned down on their recklessness while creating the latest Jackass film. Obviously, fans of the franchise wouldn't want it any other way.