Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa .5


- Is it going?

- Yes.


Leave a message for

Irving Zisman at the...

You f*cking mutt, you're

fixing the penguin, dude.

I don't give a f*ck

how old you are.

You come to Krazy Fish,

and I will f*ck you up.

Hello, I'm Johnny Knoxville,

welcome to Jackass.

It didn't go.

Irving Zisman was created in

2001 for the Jackass TV series.

It was Spike who introduced us

to makeup artist Tony Gardner.

So, Spike originally

contacted me saying,

we want to take

himself and Knoxville

and turn them into old guys.

I met Tony Gardner 'cause

I did Three Kings.

We actually knew somebody that

knew what they were doing.

And we got really

professional makeup

for our very

unprofessional production.

We started on the

TV show and, yeah,

we would just get old and

go to Glendale, basically.

The funniest shit, though, it

always ended up being like,

"All right, go play golf.

That's not working. Fall down."


The falling down was

what got the reaction.

Oh, my God. Irving!

The makeup has evolved so much.

If you look at the early days,

it used to be almost like a

mask that they'd put on.

It was like a whole hood

piece, and then facial pieces.

And it was thick,

and the way we put the mask on,

it didn't really react with

your face that well.

You look at our first

version of Irving,

and then our second version of Irving,

then our third version of Irving,

the makeup keeps

getting better and better.

And it has to be better. I mean, like,

we could not have done this movie

with the first incarnation

of Irving, you know?

Now it's all individual little

pieces, so each little thing moves.

His throat moves, his cheeks move,

you know, his eyebrows and

everything has expressions.

For a show like this,

definitely you want something

that people, face-to-face,

are gonna believe is skin.

What we would do is

start with the bald cap

and flatten down his eyebrows,

put on the nose, and then work

our way into the larger pieces.

And then eventually finish with

the paint job and the hair work.

They're real artists,

you know, they're amazing.

I was nose-to-nose with

people, pranking them,

and no one ever questioned

the makeup ever.

And Stephen Prouty and all the

guys did such an amazing job,

we got nominated for

an Academy Award.

The golf course was the first

thing we shot for Bad Grandpa.

I was so mad sitting in the

makeup chair that morning,

'cause I was still in my "I'm

pissed about makeup" mood.

"God, 59 more days of this."

That's what I was

thinking that first day.

- Got the right idea.

- Go ahead, go in.

Oh, my goodness!

That's... That's...


That's a utility cad.

The golf course gave

us the best idea.

They said, "You know what

would really bug people is,

"when they're on the green,

go and move the hole."

- Oh, come on.

- Get off there, you dumb...

Get out of there!

Who the hell are you, anyway?

Oh, man.

Where you going?

Where you puttin' the hole?

You can't do that.

You can't change a hole right in the

middle of your playing, can he?

Well he just did.

Stand there and watch him.

Alrighty, got you a brand-new

one right here, fellas.

Well, we already hit though.

You guys don't play by the rules?

No, we do.

Well, it doesn't look like it.

The rules are

we gotta play from the hole...

- Fat bastard.

- Pardon me?

You changed the f*cking hole

right after we hit.

Hey, Sammy Davis, I don't need

to hear anything from you.

Hey, you can kiss my

ass, motherf*cker.

You kiss my ass.

You don't want none of this.

You want a little of this?

No, no, no.

I'm just kidding, guys.

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