We finally have our first good look at the debauchery that is The Dirt. The Netflix biopic that documents the rise of history’s most debaucherous band Mötley Crüe. The film is set to hit the streaming service on March 22nd, and now we have a full-length trailer to up the ante.

The Dirt is based on the 2001 band autobiography of the same name, it documents the bands rise from local legends to international superstars. The Jeff Tremaine directed film stars Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx, Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee, Daniel Webber as Vince Neil and Iwan Rheon as Mick Mars, Pete Davidson also plays record executive Tom Zutaut.

Check out the trailer below.

Watch: The Dirt – Official Trailer

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Yesterday, Nikki Sixx accused KISS of ripping of Mötley Crüe’s stage design. Taking to Twitter, Sixx posted an image comparing the final Mötley Crüe tour to KISS’ current tour.

“Wow. Our body wasn’t even cold before they took this exact grande finale from our tour,” Sixx shared. “Might not matter to Kiss fans but it does to Crue fans.”

“I dug their music when I was a little kid and it was cool to Co-Headline together a few years [ago] but this disappoints me.”

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