The problems for MTVís Jackass continue to spread like a scorching case of herpes. What started as an innocent punk rock daredevil bonanza, has now sparked a national controversy and a growing trend of moronic "wanna beís" that continue to attempt these dangerous pranks, which result in serious injury. The future of the show is unknown, and Monday the premier Jackass soundtrack was "shelved indefinitely" by the decision-makers at both MTV and Interscope records. The soundtrack was slated for a June 26th release, and offered rare and unreleased tracks from Beck, Marilyn Manson and D-12 with Eminem. Neither MTV nor Interscope records had any comment.
Regardless of what happens to the show, it's star Johnny Knoxville and creator / producer Spike Jonze will continue to rock out in Hollywood. Knoxville is already slated for two major motion picture releases later this year, and Jonze...well he is Spike Jonze sucka, you just need to recognize.
Source: Rollong Stone