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Motley Crue has started to dig, or dig into, "The Dirt," the film adaptation of the quartet's explicit 2001 band biography. Drummer Tommy Lee tells us that he and bassist Nikki Sixx recently attended a read-through of the script with director Jeff Tremaine and walked away impressed with what they heard: "Can I tell you it was the most fucking insanely surreal experience I've ever sat through, y'know. I sat through probably two hours and change of literally watching people act and play through this two-hour plus movie of your, of 30 years of your life that went by in two hours, and I was just like, 'What the fuck?! That's insane. This movie is insane.' Even just the way the movie starts, you're like, 'How the hell are we gonna rate this thing, triple R?' " Lee reports that casting is scheduled to take place during July and we shouldn't expect any big stars to be acting as the Crue members: "We're going with all unknowns. I think that's crucial here, too. Getting known actors would not do anybody or the film or the band or any of that stuff justice. I think it would be watching a well-known actor play Vince (Neil) or myself or Nikki or Mick (Mars) would be weird, because all of those other movies they've done would be attached to that character, and it would be real hard to remove those. There's a lot of up and coming young actors that are fucking amazing, actually." Lee adds that once the cast is set the actors will come out on the road during the Crue's farewell tour to research their roles. The tour begins July 2 in Grand Rapids, Mich., and the Crue plans to release a new song called "All Bad This Must End" around that time, too.
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