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Johnny Knoxville enjoys lunch date with son Rocko in Beverly Hills

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Johnny Knoxville enjoys lunch date with son Rocko in Beverly Hills

Fresh off the success of the new Jackass Forever film, Johnny Knoxville stepped out to enjoy some downtime with his son Rocko on Saturday afternoon.

The actor and stunt performer took the 12-year-old boy, who he shares with wife Naomi Nelson, out to lunch in Beverly Hills.

After dining, the father-son duo were spotted making their way back to their vehicle in the restaurant’s parking lot.

Bonding: Fresh off the success of the new Jackass Forever film, Johnny Knoxville stepped out to enjoy some downtime with his son Rocko on Saturday afternoon

Bonding: Fresh off the success of the new Jackass Forever film, Johnny Knoxville stepped out to enjoy some downtime with his son Rocko on Saturday afternoon

Bonding: Fresh off the success of the new Jackass Forever film, Johnny Knoxville stepped out to enjoy some downtime with his son Rocko on Saturday afternoon 

Knoxville (born Philip John Clapp), 50, was the picture of slacker cool in navy blue pants and a military button-down shirt over a white t-shirt.

He also donned a pair of classic red Converse high-top sneakers and a baby blue baseball cap over his salt-and-pepper locks.

At times he wore dark sunglasses and a protective mask over his mouth and nose amid the still lingering COVID-19 pandemic.

Casual: The actor and stunt performer stepped out in navy blue pants, a military button-down shirt over a white t-shirt and red Converse high-top sneakers

Casual: The actor and stunt performer stepped out in navy blue pants, a military button-down shirt over a white t-shirt and red Converse high-top sneakers

Casual: The actor and stunt performer stepped out in navy blue pants, a military button-down shirt over a white t-shirt and red Converse high-top sneakers

Rocko matched his dad stride for stride as they made their way to the parking lot in black denim pants with a red t-shirt.

He also wore a black baseball cap on backwards over his shoulder-length brown hair, and a pair of black sneakers.

Knoxville gave admiring fans a casual wave before reach his SUV, then took off his mask and hat to reveal his spiky graying hairstyle.

Along with Rocko, the funnyman also has a daughter Arlo, 10, whom her shares with his wife Naomi Nelson, as well as daughter Madison, 26, from his first marriage to Melanie Lynn Cates. 

Jackass Forever, the fourth film installment in the series, dropped in theaters around the U.S. on Friday, February 4, and for the most part it has received good reviews from both critics and fans alike. 

The newest entry in the series follows the documentary-style format of the previous films, showing the likes of Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuna, and Dave England, among others engaging in hilarious stunts and pranks while getting a few injuries along the way. 

Newcomers to the franchise include Zack Holmes, Rachel Wolfson and Jasper Dolphin, and there are guest appearances by rocker Machine Gun Kelly, comedian Eric André and Tyler the Creator.

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Series star Bam Margera was also removed from the production of the feature after he was unable to maintain his sobriety as mandated by studio executives, although he did appear in a single segment.   

New installment: Jackass Forever, the fourth film installment in the series, dropped in theaters around the U.S. on Friday, February 4, and for the most part it has received good reviews

New installment: Jackass Forever, the fourth film installment in the series, dropped in theaters around the U.S. on Friday, February 4, and for the most part it has received good reviews

New installment: Jackass Forever, the fourth film installment in the series, dropped in theaters around the U.S. on Friday, February 4, and for the most part it has received good reviews

Old and new: Mainstays Knoxville and Steve-O are back along with Chris Pontius, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuna, and Dave England, among others, along with guest appearances that includes Machine Gun Kelly

Old and new: Mainstays Knoxville and Steve-O are back along with Chris Pontius, Jason 'Wee Man' Acuna, and Dave England, among others, along with guest appearances that includes Machine Gun Kelly

Old and new: Mainstays Knoxville and Steve-O are back along with Chris Pontius, Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuna, and Dave England, among others, along with guest appearances that includes Machine Gun Kelly

Old school: Jackass originally premiered as a television show on MTV in 2000, and it ran for a total of three seasons, the last of which aired in 2002

Old school: Jackass originally premiered as a television show on MTV in 2000, and it ran for a total of three seasons, the last of which aired in 2002

Old school: Jackass originally premiered as a television show on MTV in 2000, and it ran for a total of three seasons, the last of which aired in 2002

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