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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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