Johnny Knoxville, Star Of New Movie 'Fun Size,' Talks Death Of Friend Ryan Dunn

10:34 AM EDT 10/28/2012 by Amir Khan, Celebeat Reporter

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Though it's been over a year since the death of Ryan Dunn, Johnny Knoxville, star of the popular TV show "Jackass" and the new movie "Fun Size" never stops thinking about him.

Last week, Johnny Knoxville tweeted a picture of Ryan Dunn's grave, saying "We just visited Ryan's grave out in Brecksville. Was glad to see he has had many people coming by to visit."

This was the first time Johnny Knoxville has spoken publically about his friend's death.

Though he is still in mourning, he is continuing his career, appearing in the new movie "Fun Size" alongside Victoria Justice.  The movie sees Johnny Knoxville as an MMA bully, but while it's unclear how critics will receive it, Knoxville's costars already gave him rave reviews.

"It's basically my first leading role for a film," star Victoria Justice told Us Weekly. "Chelsea Handler plays my mom. It was really cool to work with her. She's super funny. Johnny Knoxville is also in the movie and he's also super hilarious. He's one of the most down-to-earth guys I've ever met."

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