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DIGGING IN THE DIRT

Mötley Crüe rhythm section Nikki Sixx and Tommy Lee tell EW about the wild ride behind making the raunchy and rocking biopic The Dirt.

“THE SEX, THE CASH, THE FAME/Living out a life you can’t deny/The drugs, the lies, the pain/Will never get enough to satisfy,” Mötley Crüe profess on the title track to The Dirt, a biopic that’s as brazen and raucous as the band’s own music. Based on the 2001 autobiography of the same name, the film is a forthright

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