A trailer for "Shoot'er", the short film which was helmed by his longtime friend and veteran video director Paul R. Brown (STONE SOUR, SLIPKNOT, MÖTLEY CRÜE, KORN, GODSMACK, AVENGED SEVENFOLD), can be downloaded as a Quicktime file at this location.
Brown recently raised $49,000 via Kickstarter, an online threshold pledge system for funding creative projects, in order to make the film about a gunman-for-hire, which explores the fine line between being human and fulfilling your objectives.
"It is said, when you shoot someone, you take a part of their soul," a voice reads in the trailer.
Sixx plays an "adulterous scoundrel" in "Shoot'er", which also stars Trent Ford, an American-born actor who spent the majority of his adolescent life growing up in England, and model Sarah McNeilly. Also making an appearance in the film is Sixx's girlfriend, model Courtney Bingham.
In one scene, the shooter walks in on Nikki and Courtney, who appear to be caught somewhere between first and second base, according to Hollyscoop.
"It's me in lingerie and us in a hotel room," Courtney told the site. "It's a really sick movie..."
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