You Can Watch Motley Crue’s Final Show
Motley Crue’ said “farewell” to the world on New Year’s Eve with a massive gig in Los Angeles that marked their final show ever. If you didn’t make it out there, don’t sweat it, because the ’80 hair metal dudes will release a full-length concert film of the event later this year.
The film promises to showcase ever moment of the show, plus include exclusive interviews with Mötley Crüe and behind-the-scenes clips from the last week of the tour. That could get a little wild, don’t you think?
Christian Lamb – who has directed concert films for Madonna and Incubus – has been tapped to direct the concert segment of the film. Jeff Tremaine will direct the documentary part. The Crüe plans to have the film premiere in theaters in 2016 and be available as a pay-per-view event.
Mötley Crüe’s final show was at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
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