By Kate Ward
November 30, 2010 at 09:10 PM EST

Image Credit: Sean CliverThose of you hoping for a Jackass 3.5 on the big screen might have to settle: Never-before-seen footage of Johnny Knoxville & Co.’s antics will be released digitally, Paramount Digital Entertainment and MTV announced today via press release. (A paramount rep told EW that instead of in theaters, the film is being released online, “where [Jackass] fans are.”) According to the release, the film will premiere in March 2011, four years after Paramount Digital released the sequel-and-a-half Jackass 2.5 digitally. And, if Knoxville’s comments are any indication, viewers are in for even more squeamish hilarity when it comes to the follow-up to Jackass 3D, which grossed over $155 million at the box-office. “For Jackass 3D, we shot enough footage for two movies, so a lot of great stuff didn’t make it into the film,” Knoxville says in the release. “Luckily, you will get to see those bits in 3.5. We also shot some additional footage in Europe specifically for 3.5. I have staples in my head right now to prove it. Woo hoo.”

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