…it kindas looks alright! Mötley Crüe fans will be frothing at the mouth to catch a TV/Netflix adapted movie based upon their infamous autobiographical book of the same name, The Dirt.
For those not in the know, it depicts the band’s rise to fame and all of the fun, shocks, success and drama they had along the way. The movie itself was co-produced by the band just so they got all of the facts right. The movie will star Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx, Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee, Iwan Rheon as Mick Mars and Daniel Webber as Vince Neil. There’ll also be plenty of other notable stars portrayed in the movie including Ozzy Osbourne (played by Tony Cavalero), Heather Locklear (played by Rebekah Graf), Sharise Neil (played by Leven Rambin) and the band’s manager Doc McGhee (played by David Costabile).
The movie was directed by Jeff Tremaine and if that name looks slightly familiar to you, you probably watched the Jackass series growing up as he was at the helm for all three of them, including the Johnny Knoxville spin-off Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.
The Dirt comes exclusively to Netflix on March 22 but expect it a day later in Australia because, you know, time differences…