Mötley Crüe Is Getting Their Own Biopic!

Original members of the band Motley Crue lift their hands up, left to right, Vince Neil, partially blocked, Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars, Tuesday, May 20, 1997, after placing their handprints in a wet cement plaque at Hollywood's RockWalk in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. They were honored for their significant contribution to rock 'n roll. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Needless to say, this will not be shown in theaters.

With the amount of sex, drugs, and debauchery that has taken place around Mötley Crüe, perhaps The Dirt can one day overtake Bohemian Rhapsody as the biggest music biopic.

According to frontman Vince Neil, the movie, which will be an adaptation of the band’s biography, “The Dirt – Confessions Of The World’s Most Notorious Rock Band,” will hit Netflix on March 22.

While Neil reveals the flick will stay “pretty close to ‘The Dirt'”, to give another idea of what to expect, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa director Jeff Tremaine is leading the project.

Fans will also be treated to some new music from the band, with four Bob Rock produced tracks appearing in the film, which bassist Nikki Sixx has described as “real and raw.”



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