“Jackass” star Ryan Dunn, who had passed away in the early morning hours of Monday, June 20, had a blood-alcohol content more than twice the legal limit during the fatal crash. With his blood-alcohol level at 0.196, Dunn and his passenger were killed when the Porsche Dunn was driving jumped a guardrail, landed in a ravine, slammed into a tree and burst into flames.
Although Dunn may be gone, he will not be forgotten, as he leaves ‘Living Will’ behind.
‘Living Will’ is the last of Dunn's films shot with his former “Jackass” co-star and best friend Bam Margera. At a limited budget of $250,000, the movie was shot two years ago and was scheduled to be released in October of 2011. Due to the recent tragic events, the film might be delayed.
In the film, ironically, Dunn plays a deceased man. His character, named Belch, is a comedic ghost who gets his kicks by haunting his best friend.
The movie trailer begins with the haunting quote, “Call No Man Happy Until He is Dead.” Dunn plays a character who passes away due to an aneurysm he receives while sitting on the toilet.
Dunn hauntingly later says, “Being dead is the best thing that’s ever happened to me ever!”Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun