'Jackass' creator Jeff Tremaine has been confirmed as director of final tour film
Motley Crue have posted a teaser for their forthcoming documentary based on their final tour.
Christian Lamb and Jackass creator Jeff Tremaine have been confirmed as the directors of the film. You can watch the teaser below.
The film is set to premiere in US cinemas in spring 2016 for a one-night-only stand and on pay per view. It will also be released on DVD.
There is no confirmation yet whether it will appear in UK cinemas. The band will also be releasing The Dirt feature film, also directed by Tremaine, based on the Crüe’s best-selling 2001 autobiography.
Motley Crue recently played the final show of their career, finishing up at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The show marked the conclusion of 34 years of the band, who went through years of turmoil in the early part of the century, having formed way back in 1981. The band signed a legally binding agreement to stop playing together almost two years ago, and have been touring since, playing 164 dates on a world tour since heading out in July 2014.
The final show opened with Rodgers and Hammerstein song ‘So Long, Farewell’, and closed with Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’, bracketing Crue classics and a cover of Sex Pistols’ ‘Anarchy In The UK’.
Nikki Sixx has spoken of the tumultuous early days of the band, saying “I was in turmoil for so long, to be honest with you, that I just thought that was life.”