Johnny Knoxville and Steve O have been hospitalized just two days into filming their latest stunt-filled movie.
Bam Margera said the men were injured while attempting a stunt in which they jumped on a treadmill while carrying band equipment.
"It's the second day of filming 'Jack—' already and Steve-O and Knoxville were hospitalized by jumping on a full-speed treadmill with band equipment," he said, noting that at least one of them was carrying a tuba.
It doesn't appear that either of the men were seriously injured.
Neither Johnny nor Steve O are strangers to getting hurt on the job. In fact, that's essentially how they made their living for more than a decade. In 2018's "Action Point," Johnny suffered several concussions, a broken hand, a left-eye fracture, a torn meniscus, lost teeth and whiplash.
"I definitely suffered the most injuries on one film," he told EW at the time.
Johnny was obviously a bit younger when suffering those injuries. It's unclear how his body will take these new filming injuries. In Johnny's eyes, being older and suffering injuries just makes things funnier for audiences.
Bam said he, too, has been injured on the set of the movie, as he recorded his video from a clinic.
"Rock'n'roll, oh yeah – I've got the scars too," he said.
The film marks the first "Jack—" movie since 2010. It will also be the first without Ryan Dunn, who passed away in 2011 following a fiery auto accident just nine days before his 34th birthday. That tragedy was particularly hard on Bam, who admittedly spiraled and was in and out of rehab for several years.
The movie is set to be released in 2021.