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Johnny Knoxville: Star Reflecting On Ryan Dunn’s Death As He Prepares For Release Of New Comedy, ‘Fun Size’

Johnny Knoxville: Star Reflecting On Ryan Dunn's Death As He Prepares For Release Of New Comedy, 'Fun Size'

Johnny Knoxville is preparing for the release of his new Halloween-centered comedy film, Fun Size, but the noted prankster and funnyman is also reflecting on the death of his friend, Ryan Dunn.

After making a speech at a memorial service for Dunn, Johnny Knoxville told Twitter followers this week that he was visiting the grave of his friend and fellow Jackass star, noted. Knoxville has rarely spoken about his friend’s death, but shared on Twitter his recent visit to Dunn’s grave in Pennsylvania.

Johnny Knoxville wrote:

“We just visited Ryan’s grave out in Brecksville. Was glad to see he has had many people coming by to visit.”

Though he still has a heavy heart for his friend, who died in a high-speed car crash after spending an evening at a bar last year, Johnny Knoxville does have an exciting week ahead. He appears in Fun Size, a teenage comedy centered on Halloween hijinks.

The movie is the film debut for director Josh Schwartz, the creator of many hit television shows including Gossip Girl, The O.C., and Chuck.

The movie’s star, Victoria Justice, told Us Weekly that Fun Size will remind viewers of the teenage comedies of the 1980s.

Justice said Fun Size is “in the realm of a John Hughes film. There are not that many films out there that are a great teen comedy that represent what teens are going through … it has some heartwarming moments as well.”

Johnny Knoxville made an impression on his co-stars in Fun Size. Justice noted that Knoxville is “one of the most down-to-earth guys I’ve ever met. He’s so cool!”

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26 Responses to “Johnny Knoxville: Star Reflecting On Ryan Dunn’s Death As He Prepares For Release Of New Comedy, ‘Fun Size’”

  1. Anonymous

    Poor Ryan Dunn.Impressionable kid who got mixed up with the wrong crowd and got handed a whole bunch of money too early.

  2. Tara Cook

    It's hard to feel much sympathy for someone who gets drunk and then puts his life and others lives at risk by deciding to drive.

  3. Dennis Fink

    You people aren't very compassionate, he lost a friend reguardless of the circumstances, it's not like you haven't drunk and driven before or had friends that have, how would you like it if people showed the same comments to a late friend like some of the ones I've read here, I feel sorry for you, on second thought know I don't cause you'll reap what you write someday.

  4. Anonymous

    I very much agree With Dennis fink I lost a good buddy that way…….. (never forget u jimmy).

  5. Anonymous

    my co-worker's ex-wife makes $83/hour on the laptop. She has been laid off for eight months but last month her payment was $17963 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Read more heres what I do tℛ

  6. Anonymous

    Not shedding any tears for drunks on the road, sorry. You have a death wish every time you drink and drive and if you die…so be it. Too bad for the other person, they didn't have a choice.

  7. Gerald Veselsky

    I understand wht u r saying but how about his friends like johnny he didnt do anything wrong and he lost a friend. When i lived in ky the girl who used to cut my hair her name is jennt said she met johnny and his friends had a lot of fun with them and that they were so down to earth and would of never known he was this star with all this money. Ty.

  8. Tara Cook

    Thank you for your reply Gerald. No question they seem like nice guys and any loss of life is a tragedy, it just makes me angry that he did something so stupid. He killed himself and a friend and put everyone else on the road at risk that night all because he decided to drink and drive.

  9. John Little

    no she is not and shame on him 4 being so heartless you must not have seen the video he posted just befor his tragic end grow up or dont hope you dont follow in his foot steps justin

  10. Dan Kanharn

    Justin Stanert, Coming from the moron that keeps posting dumb comments and getting called out for it. No one agrees with you. Stop trolling.

  11. Dan Kanharn

    Yeah poor rich guy lol. Its like wealth replaced common sense.

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