Mötley Crüe's last show ever will become a rock documentary
Rock/glam metal champions Mötley Crüe are playing their last show ever on January 1, at the Los Angeles Staples Center. The band announced that the whole event - which officially marks the end of the group, as a touring and fully operational entity - will be filmed for a rock documentary set to be released in 2016.
In their official website, Mötley Crüe posted some info about the project:
To celebrate their mark in rock music’s history and in honor of their devoted fans, the band announces a full length concert film of the final performance, which will also include exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the last week of the tour, to be released in 2016!
After thirty-four years performing together, the Final Tour has seen the band perform all across the globe, visiting an impressive 5 continents since July 2014 (North America, South America, Europe, Australia and Asia) for a total of more than 164 shows. Fans alike will be able to enjoy and/or relive the spectacular and cutting edge production elements of the Final Tour, such as Tommy Lee’s “Cruecifly” drum roller coaster, Nikki Sixx’s fire spitting bass performance, along with all the fan-favorite hits!
The concert portion of the film will be directed by Christian Lamb, while Jeff Tremaine (creator of the Jackass series) is confirmed to direct the documentary segment. The whole thing will be produced and distributed by Live Alliance, and the film will premier in theatres worldwide, as well as via Pay Per View in all cable/satellite/digital formats.