The film will be available on the streaming site from March 21st.
Okay, so is there a band that encompasses the utter insanity of the rock and roll era more than Motley Crue? Nah, didn’t think so.
Well, after the huge success of 2018’s Bohemian Rhapsody (now Oscar nominated, incase you didn’t know), Netflix have decided to commission a film all about the band’s shoot to stardom during the height of the rock and roll age.
Mick Mars will be played by Iwan Rheon, Tommy Lee by Machine Gun Kelly, Nikki Six by Douglas Booth, and Vince Neil by Daniel Webber.
The film is named after, and based on, the band’s autobiography The Dirt, which came out back in 2001.
You can watch the full trailer here:
Complete with mad hairstyles, guitar smashing, fires, crime, drug abuse, and obviously, fantastic music, the film looks set to detail all the highs and lows of one of rock and rolls most infamous bands.
It honestly looks a bit insane, but I suppose it would, given the band in question.
Can’t wait to give it a watch!
For more on what’s coming to Netflix in the next few months, check out the newest trailer for David Attenborough’s Our Planet.