Bam Margera slammed Roger Ebert on Twitter after the film critic tweeted: "Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive."
Meantime, police have identified Ryan Dunn's passenger as Zachary Hartwell, a production assistant on Jackass. Both men died when Dunn's Porsche jumped a guardrail in West Goshen Township, Pa., crashed into a tree and burst into flames.
Hartwell was credited as a production assistant ...
Jackass star Ryan Dunn was killed in a car accident, NBC's Philadelphia affiliate reports.
Dunn and an unidentified person both died early Monday when their Porsche crashed in West Goshen Township — which happens to be the home of QVC — outside Philadelphia, according to local police. The car flew over the guardrail, slammed into a tree and burst into flames.
Jackass 3-D pushed The Social Network out of the top spot at the box office, bringing in $50 million, Box Office Mojo reports.
The motley crew of Johnny Knoville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Ryan Dunn, "Wee Man" and Preston Lacy were back, this time in 3-D, for their third big-screen outing.
Tons of kids wearing black and metal horns high. It's the VH1 Rock Honors baby, yeah! Right now, my iPod is filled with nothing but '80s music and metal. So naturally, the second annual Rock Honors was highly anticipated in the Steed household. Over the past week, I've closed my eyes to not read any reviews of the show by critics who've never gotten near a ZZ Top album. So what you read below is my opinion only. Hell, yeah!!! That phrase could describe many points during the night, so let's run it down from the beginning. I hate Nickelback! I think they are the absolute bottom of the barrel, the point at which all bad music is judged. The Mendoza Line of the music world. Naturally then, you can probably understand that when they opened this broadcast my horns slithered away. But and Lord, forgive me for saying this, but I promise this will be the only time Nickelback actually rocked. D'oh. Making that statement almost makes me vomit, but it's true. Their performance of...
Mixing the stunts of Jackass with the romance of Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, MTV's surprisingly endearing Bam's Unholy Union (Tuesdays at 9:30 pm/ET) follows (dare)devil-skater Bam Margera and his West Chester, Pennsylvania, hometown fiancée Missy Rothstein as they prepare to say "I do." TV Guide caught up with Bam, who in real time already wed his bride Feb. 3 and honeymooned in... Dubai?
TV Guide: So how did you land such a nice, normal girl?Bam Margera: I got lucky. I think the fact that she's the complete opposite of me is what makes it work. She barely even drinks. She'll have an olive martini at the bar and that's it. I need to have 18 of them. I've known her since sixth grade. She knows what I'm all about.
TV Guide: Was your Las Vegas bachelor party as insane as it loo