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Dunn died in a car crash near his home in Pennsylvania last month (Jun11) after a night out with pals. Tests later revealed he had been drunk when he climbed behind the wheel.
Margera and Dunn were close friends and starred together in TV show Bam's World Domination, and Margera has now revealed he has a new piece of body art in honour of his pal.
Margera had the poignant inking at a tattoo parlour in the Big Apple last week (ends10Jul11), according to New York Post gossip column Page Six.
Margera isn't the only one of Dunn's Jackass castmates to have an inking in honour of the star - Jason 'Wee Man' Acuna had Dunn's face tattooed on his leg last month.
The first few moments of the One Day trailer make it seem like your run-of-the-mill romantic comedy. Then, BAM!---it becomes hilarious. That maintains for a while, before it becomes heartbreaking. And then at the end, you decide it has a lot to say. Plus, with Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess (21, Across the Universe) under the direction of Lone Scherfig (the Oscar-nominated An Education), you've got three winners at the head of this movie. So, unlike your run-of-the-mill romantic drama, it actually looks...romantic. And dramatic. And awesome.
The TV prankster passed away early on Monday (20Jun11) after his Porsche spun out of control at high speed and smashed into trees in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania.
Margera openly sobbed on U.S. TV on Tuesday (21Jun11) as he visited the site where Dunn and passenger Zachary Hartwell perished, and he went through further heartache on Wednesday afternoon (22Jun11) as he attended a private memorial service for his pal in Philadelphia.
But Margera has been helped in his grief with many messages of support from his family and friends - including a touching message from Hollywood star Pitt.
In a post on his Twitter.com page, Margera writes, "Wow, just got a nice text from brad pitt concerning dunn, tnx (thanks) 2 (to) everyone for the texts, cheers me up."
The TV prankster passed away on Monday (20Jun11) after his Porsche spun out of control at high speed and smashed into trees in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania, also killing passenger Zachary Hartwell.
A toxicology report shows Dunn was more than double the drink-drive limit at the time of the accident, with suggestions his vehicle may have been travelling at up to 140 miles (225 kilometres) per hour.
Five years before the tragedy, Margera openly criticised his friend's driving skills and predicted he would suffer injuries in a serious road smash.
In an episode of Margera's MTV show Viva La Bam in 2006, he was heard discussing Dunn's driving ability with his mother after the pair took part in a Lamborghini-versus-limousine race.
Margera said, "He's the worst driver... He's gonna eat it (get injured) one of these times."
Margera's mum added, "The car he almost killed you kids in was not his car... He'll never learn his lesson... He always drives like an a**hole, I'm serious. I'll tell you, he's gonna eat it some day in a car accident."
Another friend in the video also voices his concerns, adding, "I have him in the death pool for death by vehicle."
The TV stuntman was killed in a horrific high-speed car crash in the early hours of Monday morning (20Jun11) when his Porsche spun out of control and smashed into trees in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania.
Dunn died along with his passenger, Jackass production assistant Zachary Hartwell, and a toxicology report allegedly suggests the star was over the drink-drive limit.
A private remembrance service for Dunn was held at a funeral home in West Chester, Pennsylvania on Wednesday and his pals Knoxville and Margera were both among the mourners.
A full funeral will be held later this week (beg20Jun11), but the service has been threatened by members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, who have vowed to picket the memorial.
Funeral director Joseph DellaVecchia, who is in charge of the service, is aware of the church's plans, but reveals police officers will be on hand to make sure there isn't any trouble, telling CNN, "We can't stop someone from coming to a public funeral, but this is private, and the police have everything under control."
Dunn and his passenger, Zachary Hartwell, were both killed after the daredevil crashed his Porsche in Pennsylvania early on Monday (20Jun11).
Margera was in Arizona when he heard the news, and immediately flew to be with family and friends.
The star, who reveals he experienced a bizarre bout of anger at the time Dunn died, has now visited the site where his pal's car spun out of control and he was unable to control his emotions as he spoke to a reporter from local station Fox 29 News.
He sobbed, "I've never lost anybody that I care about. It's my best friend. I was in Arizona when I heard and I remember I was with some friends having the best time ever and at 12.30 I just started punching out the windows of the van and ripping out the speakers.
"I don't even know why, I wasn't mad at anybody or anything and if it's 12.30 there (in Arizona) then that means it's exactly when he crashed.
"He was the happiest person ever. The smartest guy, he had so much talent and he had so many things going for him. It's just not right.
"I can't (get through this). Do you know how horrible it is being on an airplane for six hours, not being with everybody - just stuck.
"It was the worst phone call I've ever gotten in my life waking up to that."
Police officials in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania believe Dunn was driving at 130 miles (209 kilometres) per hour in his car at the time of the crash.
The TV and movie stuntman and a passenger in his Porsche were killed in a car crash on Monday morning (20Jun11) in Pennsylvania - and Ebert wasn't offering much sympathy when he tweeted about the sad news.
He wrote, "Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive," prompting celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and Dunn's Jackass co-star Bam Margera to publicly attack him for being insensitive.
Angry Margera took to his Twitter.com account to call Ebert a "piece of s**t," adding, "Millions of people are crying right now, shut your fat f**king mouth!"
But Ebert isn't apologising and on Tuesday he tweeted, "Perez Hilton's readers agree with me and not with Perez about my tweet on Ryan Dunn. He drank, he drove, 2 people died."
But in a thoughtful gesture, Ebert offered his sympathy to Dunn's "family and friends, and to those of Zachary Hartwell, who also died in the crash" on his Facebook.com page.
He added, "It is tragic to lose a loved one. I also regret that my tweet about the event was considered cruel. It was not intended as cruel. It was intended as true.
"I don't know what happened in this case, and I was probably too quick to tweet. That was unseemly. I do know that nobody has any business driving on a public highway at 110 mph, as some estimated - or fast enough, anyway, to leave a highway and fly through 40 yards of trees before crashing. That is especially true if the driver has had three shots and three beers. Two people were killed. What if the car had crashed into another car?"
Toxicology reports to determine if Dunn was over the limit behind the wheel are expected in four to six weeks.
No bad deed goes unpunished and Roger Ebert is reaping what he sewed after his terrible tweets about Ryan Dunn's death hit the web. Ebert has blogged about the situation on his website saying, "To begin with, I offer my sympathy to Ryan Dunn's family and friends, and to those of Zachary Hartwell, who also died in the crash. I mean that sincerely. It is tragic to lose a loved one." In other words - I'm sorry I was such a douche and didn't consider your feelings before I made jokes at Dunn's expense. He continues his little turn-around by saying "I also regret that my tweet about the event was considered cruel. It was not intended as cruel. It was intended as true." So you're not sorry you said it, but you're sorry that we all didn't like it and got mad at you....got it. Ebert states that he made his claims based off of preliminary reports, but counters by saying, "I don't know what happened in this case, and I was probably too quick to tweet. That was unseemly." Just a tad. He still continues to defend the message in his tweet emphasizing that, "people should NOT drink and drive" Another good piece of advice: no tweeting before thinking.
Sorry or not, these actions come with repercussions. Facebook suspended Ebert's page (if only there was a way to 'like' this). Ebert wrote in response on his Twitter account, "Facebook has removed my page in response, apparently, to malicious complaints from one or two jerks." Well that's certainly a way to go about making friends again. Facebook explained by saying, "Among other things, pages that are hateful, threatening or obscene are not allowed." Nothing lasts forever though. Ebert's fans spoke out on Twitter, and the page was back and live on Facebook again within an hour. Facebook spokesman, Andrew Noyes, commented, “The page was was removed in error. We apologize for the inconvenience.” Sounds like Ebert isn't the only one going back on things he's said.
Sources: THR, TMZ
Dunn died in a car crash in Pennsylvania on Monday morning (20Jun11), leaving his Jackass castmates devastated,
The star was said to have posted pictures on the internet of him drinking with pals just hours before the fatal smash.
Ebert took to his Twitter.com page after learning of the tragedy, posting, "Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive."
Margera had remained silent about his pal's death, but after learning of Ebert's remark, he's hit back at the writer - and expressed his grief at Dunn's passing.
In a series of posts on his own page on the microblogging site, he rages, "I just lost my best friend, I have been crying hysterical for a full day and piece of s**t Roger Ebert has the gall to put in his 2 cents.
"Millions of people are crying right now, shut your fat f**king mouth!"