With Jackass 3D bringing in over $170 million, double both its previous incarnations, it was only a matter of time before the crew of Nitro Circus got their own feature film. The MTV show features motocross superstar Travis Pastrana and his friends performing stunts around the world, with less stupidity than Bam Margera and Johnny Knoxville‘s group is known for. Now they are taking it to the big screen with Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D. We’ve got a new trailer for the film today, where throws more than a few jabs at The Bourne Legacy, opening the same week. Check it out below and let us know if you think it will be any serious battle at the box office.
In NITRO CIRCUS THE MOVIE 3D, Travis Pastrana and his tight-knit, highly-skilled, adrenaline-addicted friends bring their impossibly insane and hysterical adventures to the big screen for the first time! Dreaming up the most dangerous stunts in the world of action sports — whether they are back-flipping a bike between two 60-story buildings or going air-born to destroy their friends in a life size, high speed game of Freedom Flyers — Pastrana and his gang are always at it. High Risk. High Octane. And No Safety Nets Allowed.
Using the innovation of 3D cinematography and the latest compact camera rigs, the filmmakers provide moviegoers with a groundbreaking experience in 3D cinema that puts the audience in the shotgun with the crew as they pilot motorcycles, rally cars, parachutes, mountain bikes, monster trucks and more.
Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D arrives on August 8th, with some showings the day before.
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