Steven Green (L), the director of "Gumball 3000 - The Movie," cast member Ryan Dunn (C) and Maximillion Cooper, who launched "Gumball 3000" in 1999, ham it up for photographers during the premiere of the film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles February 19, 2004. Narrated by actor Burt Reynolds, "Gumball 3000 - The Movie" is a real-life version of the cult-classic 70's "Cannonball Run" films, shot over a six-day period from San Francisco to Miami. Reuters

Jackass star Ryan Dunn and a passenger in his car died in a traffic accident on Monday morning, shocking everybody.

According to the autopsy report released Tuesday, they died of blunt and thermal trauma when Ryan Dunn drove his Porsche at 130mph into a patch of trees in the Pennsylvania town. On impact, the car immediately caught fire.

Before the accident, on Sunday night, Dunn drank with some friends in a bar about a mile away from the crash site. His manager Jim O'Brien confirmed that Dunn was drinking there.

He was a valuable person in our community and his death is a tragedy, O'Brien said. He will be missed.

Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive. film critic Roger Ebert tweeted on Monday.

Today I lost my brother Ryan Dunn. My heart goes out to his family and his beloved Angie. RIP Ryan, I love you buddy, Jackass star Johnny Knoxville wrote on Monday morning.

Dunn's Jackass co-star Bam Margera wrote: I just lost my best friend, I have been crying hysterical for a full day and piece of s--- Roger Ebert has the gall to put in his 2 cents.

Jackass: The Movie

Dunn's most famous stunt was in 2002's Jackass: The Movie. When it opened in 2002, it was made on a production budget of $5 million. Eight years later, Jackass 3_D opened to a $50 million weekend.