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The Dirt will likely be distributed Netflix

The Netflix Motley Crue biopic, The Dirt, has lastly obtained a launch date, in keeping with frontman Vince Neil. Neil shared the information over the weekend that he noticed the movie on the Netflix fice in Hollywood.

“Wow!!! Just left Netflix fices. Just noticed ‘The Dirt’ film!! Fuckin superior!! Can’t wait for everybody to see it! Released March 22!! Yea!!!” he tweets.

The movie relies on their 2002 autobiography, “The Dirt: Confessions the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band” in regards to the band’s extra with medicine, intercourse, make-up and celeb amorous affairs. Australian actor Daniel Webber has been forged as Neil with rapper Machine Gun Kelly enjoying drummer Tommy Lee, London-born actor Douglas Booth as bassist Nikki Sixx and Whales actor Iwan Rheon as guitarist Mick Mars.

The band is producing with Rich Wilkes and and Californication creator Tom Kapinos as script writers. Jackass director Jeff Tremaine is directing. Julie Yorn, Erik Olsen and Allen Kovac are co-producing whereas Chris Nilsson, Steve Kline and Rick Yorn and set to govt produce. The movie has been within the works for years  Focus Films and Paramount Pictures — at separate instances — earlier than touchdown at Netflix final yr.

Over the summer time, the band shared photos them within the studio recording 4 new tracks for the movie. Rock’s infamous unhealthy boys have reunited with Dr. Feelgood producer Bob Rock for the brand new tracks.

Recording the brand new music confused some followers who reminded the group their formal Cessation Of Touring Agreement that they signed in 2014. Neil tried to clear up the rumors, stating, “For these you who don’t perceive, sure ‘the boys’ means Motley and we signed a contract to not tour anymore. We by no means broke up or mentioned we’d by no means make music once more. Hope this clears it up.”