You're reading through the local paper, searching for a movie to see over the weekend, when you happen upon the following description: "Whiskey and porn stars, hot rods and car crashes, black leather and high heals, overdoses and death." Does that sound right up your alley? If so, you're in luck ... and also a rather disturbing person.
Larry Charles (the man behind this fall's Borat flick) is currently in pre-production on The Dirt, a biopic based on the rock band Motley Crue's 2001 book, The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band. Pic will follow musicians Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Vince Neil as they tour the world, indulge in copious amounts of sex, drugs and booze, as well as fight the law, their families and themselves. Based off Production Weekly's description of the film alone, I'm not sure how this flick will manage to hang below an XXX rating. Oh yes, it's thatbad. Of course, I'll be there for the music only ... like you. Right?