By Dexter Keyton, EnStarz | Oct 26, 2012 03:50 PM EDT
Johnny Knoxville is keeping busy after his days on "Jackass."
The 41-year-old actor is promoting his new Halloween comedy "Fun Size" along with reflecting on the loss of his longtime friend Ryan Dunn.
According to Hollywood.com, Knoxville took to twitter to talk about the former "Jackass" star who died last year in a high-speed car crash.
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"We just visited Ryan's grave out in Brecksville," Knoxville tweeted this week while visiting Dunn's Pennsylvania memorial. "Was glad to see he has had many people coming by to visit."
Knoxville has rarely talked about the death of his friend who was reportedly drinking the night he drove to his death.
The actor has good news ahead as his latest film "Fun Size" hit theaters today.
The film stars Knoxville along with Nickelodeon actress Victoria Justice in a teenage comedy revolving around a crazy Halloween night. Justice plays a high school teenager looking for her little brother who's out trick or treating.
The film marks the directing debut of Josh Schwartz, who is better known as the creator of television hit series like "Gossip Girl," "Chuck," and "The O.C."
During an interview with Us Weekly, Victoria Justice talked about the film, saying, "there are not that many films out there that are a great teen comedy that represent what teens are going through ... it has some heartwarming moments as well."
The 19-year-old actress talked about working with co-star Knoxville, saying he's "one of the most down-to-earth guys I've ever met. He's so cool!"
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