Friday afternoon, Paramount Pictures premiered the first footage from Jackass 3D an an exclusive party held in San Diego during Comic-Con. I recorded a video blog with Adam Quigley talking about our reaction to the footage, and Steve from Collider even makes a cameo appearance. Watch the video blog now, embedded after the jump. Also below, check out the first teaser poster for the movie, which was on display at the portable theater.

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First Look: Jackass 3D

Paramount and MTV Films will be screening the first footage from Jackass 3D at a special event during Comic-Con. To lead up to this event, MTV has released the first photo from the upcoming 3D reality movie sequel on Yahoo.  Hit the jump to see the full image.

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Even thought the Hollywood tradepapers confirmed rumors earlier this month that Jackass 3D would begin filming on January 25th 2010, Paramount andMTV Films have apparently sent out a press release officially announcing the project.  The funniest part is a quote from Jackass star Johnny Knoxville, who claims that with Jackass 3D, “We’re going to take the same 3D technology James Cameron used in AVATAR and stick it up Steve O’s butt. We’re taking stupid to a whole new dimension.”

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Zombieland 2 and Jackass 3D Confirmed


Last month, Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer mentioned that not only is Sony interested in a sequel, but if they can “crack” the story for a sequel, it will probably be shot in 3D. A few days later, a list of Paramount’s 2010 slate listed another Jackass sequel, Jackass 3D. Variety has now confirmed that both projects are in development. Who is signed? Who isn’t? When will the films go into production? Find out after the jump.

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Jackass 3D in 2010?


There’s a lot I like about Jackass, particularly the first movie, but I wasn’t entirely sure that we’d ever need or even be able to stomach another film from the guys. Now I hear that this film will be in 3D, however, my mind is racing with excitement at the prospect.

Part of what made Jackass possible were mobile, lightweight video cameras, so to shoot in 3D would likely require some custom rigs. None of the commerical rigs would be agile or portable enough for the freewheeling, long-range camera work needed to pull off Jackass as we knew it. Of course, there’s a possibility that the hand-held camerawork would have to be eschewed this time around. Boo! That’d be a bad move.

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