MÖTLEY CRÜE: 'The Dirt' Movie To Begin Production In The Spring

According to MTV.com, production on a movie based on the MÖTLEY CRÜE biography "The Dirt" is expected to begin in the spring. "The script is basically done," said Nikki Sixx, the band's bassist. "As executive producers, we need to weed out any of the weak shit. We like to do things we've never done before, so we're excited about it."

In other news, the newly reunited MÖTLEY CRÜE was on hand to present the digital artist of the year award at last night's Billboard Music Awards, but the introduction went off the beaten path as singer Vince Neil and actress Tara Reid had troubles reading the teleprompter. The ensuing chaos found Sixx's bit censored by the network before pop rock act MAROON5 was finally announced as the winner.

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