Jackass 3D (also known as Jackass 3) is a 2010 American 3D comedy film and the fourth film (following Jackass 2.5) in the Jackass series. It was released on October 15, 2010 by Paramount Pictures and MTV Films to American theaters and marked the 10th anniversary of the franchise, which started in 2000. This is the last Jackass film that Ryan Dunn appeared in before his death in 2011.
Ryan Dunn (his last appearance in the Jackass franchise)
Jackass 3D earned $117,229,692 in North America and $53,091,718 in other territories for a worldwide total of $170,321,410.It is the highest-grossing movie of the series worldwide, as well as separately in North America and overseas.
In North America, the film had a record opening day for a Fall movie ($22.0 million), -a reocrd that Paranormal Activity 3 claimed in 2011 with $26.3 million- and also posted a record October midnight opening ($2.5 million) that was again out-grossed by Paranormal Activity 3 ($8 million). It then held the record for the highest opening weekend gross in the month of October as well as the Fall season ($50.4 million) for one year until Paranormal Activity 3 claimed it in 2011 with a weekend gross of $52.6 million.Based on early outperforming predictions it would earn $30 million. It marked the highest-grossing opening weekend of the franchise, ahead of Jackass: The Movie ($22.8 million) and Jackass Number Two ($29.0 million). 3D accounted for a whopping 90% of its opening weekend gross, however it still improved on the attendance of its predecessors. It then earned $65.6 million in its first week, which marked the largest Fall opening week of all time. It closed in theaters on January 20, 2011 with $117.2 million.
However, its overseas earnings weren’t as impressive as its domestic run, considering that Jackass 3-D was a 3D film, but nevertheless the film made more overseas than both its predecessors combined. Its highest-grossing territory, outside North America, was Australia ($9.9 million).
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