The Internet Is Loving The Fact That “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa” Got An Oscar Nomination

It was for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, but still.

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The fourth installment in the Jackass film series was 2013’s Bad Grandpa, a hidden camera comedy penned by director Jeff Tremaine, Spike Jonze (also a 2014 Oscar nominee for Her), and Johnny Knoxville.

2. On Thursday, it was announced that Bad Grandpa was up for an Oscar for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, thanks to the work of Stephen Prouty, who transformed Johnny Knoxville from this…

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3. To this: 86-year-old Irving Zisman, the star of Bad Grandpa.

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4. The nomination had Twitter all kinds of excited:

It is now 'the Oscar-nominated #Jackass'

— Terron R. Moore (@cityfitch)

I love that #badgrandpa has an Oscar nomination

— Benedict Ransley (@benedictransley)

Lol, the #Jackass Bad Grandpa film is an Oscar-nominated film. #AcademyAwards

— Rodrigo Salazar (@MakeYourself85)

Plus, #BadGrandpa is an Oscar nominee (deservedly so, for makeup and hairstyling).

— Thom Geier (@thomgeier)

I have a lot of movies to watch. #BadGrandpa #OscarNoms

— penny (@penny)

CRAP! I need to see #TheLoneRanger AND #BadGrandpa! #Oscars

— Brian Perry (@Road2Oscars)

The only movie I'm rooting for is #BadGrandpa!!

— Mike Kuhn (@DIFMovieReviews)

13. Though not everyone was pleased…

My worst film of 2013 was nominated for an Oscar! #BadGrandpa #badgrandpamovie

— Doug Boyles (@douginthedark)

14. Everyone could share in the surprise factor.

So #Jackass gets more #Oscar nominations than #TheButler and the same number as Mandela and Saving Mr Banks. Didn't see that coming.

— Andreas Wiseman (@AndreasWiseman)

15. Though no one was more shocked than Knoxville himself:

Holy hell, an Oscar nomination for Stephen Prouty for makeup and hairstyling in bad grandpa!! Wahooo!!!! #oscars #BadGrandpaMovie

— Johnny Knoxville (@realjknoxville)

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