Two More Actors From Motley Crue’s ‘The Dirt’ Film Revealed
We believe we know the names of the four men who will play the members of Motley Crue in the film adaptation of their autobiography The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band.
It looks like Iwan Rheon will portray Mick Mars and Daniel Webber will probably star as Vince Neil.
The news comes via the Hollywood Reporter, although it notes that the two actors are still in negotiations with Netflix. Last week, Nikki Sixx tweeted that Douglas Booth will play him, and we learned that Tommy Lee will be portrayed by rapper Machine Gun Kelly.
Lee added that the film is currently in pre-production, with shooting to begin next month.
Born in Wales, Rheon starred as Ramsay Bolton on Game of Thrones from 2013-16 and has most recently been seen on as Maximus on Inhumans. The Australian-born Webber played Lewis Wilson on seven episodes of Netflix's adaptation of Marvel's The Punisher and starred as Lee Harvey Oswald in Hulu's mini-series 11.22.63. Booth played Armand Roulin in last year's acclaimed Loving Vincent, about Vincent Van Gogh.
These cast additions are the latest steps forward for The Dirt, which has been discussed as a potential film since 2003 and had been at both Paramount and Focus Features before winding up at Netflix last year. Jeff Tremaine, who has directed and produced the Jackass series, was hired five years ago to direct, and has remained in the project throughout all the delays.