With director Jeff Tremaine’s The Dirt presently streaming on Netflix, someone as of late sat down with the film’s stars Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly), Douglas Booth, and Iwan Rheon to discuss playing a portion of the individuals from Mötley Crüe. On the off chance that individuals haven’t seen the trailers, the film is an adjustment of the of the 2001 memoir The Dirt: Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band, which was co-composed by the band and Neil Strauss. The film pursues how Mötley Crüe first formed, includes a lot of wild nights during the 1980s, and narratives the group’s ascent to wind up one of the world’s most famous heavy metal bands. Douglas Booth plays Nikki Sixx, Colson Baker plays Tommy Lee and Iwan Rheon plays Mick Mars. The film likewise stars Daniel Webber as Vince Neil and Pete Davidson as Tom Zutaut.
Amid the interview, the three performing artists discussed how they prepared for their roles, what director Jeff Tremaine resembled on set in the wake of investing years attempting to get this film made, in the event that they at any point left set wearing their outfits, on the off chance that they had a particular interview or video clip they always returned to for reference, if there were a great deal of erased scenes, and that’s just the beginning. What’s more, with Iwan Rheon having played a standout amongst the most detested characters on TV the previous couple of years (Ramsay Bolton on Game of Thrones) someone approached what it resembles for him when he walks into a bar.
Look at what they needed to state in the player above and beneath is actually what everyone discussed.
Colson Baker (Machine Gun Kelly), Douglas Booth, Iwan Rheon:
- How is it when Iwan Rheon walks into a bar?
- After years of endeavoring to make this movie, how was director Jeff Tremaine on set?
- How could they prepare to play these roles?
- Did they have a particular interview or video clip they continually returned to for reference?
- Erased scenes talk.
- Colson Baker discusses what he did amid a 24-hour compilation and how he cracked his head open on set.
- Did they ever leave set wearing the outfits?
Here’s the official synopsis for The Dirt:
Based on the bestselling autobiography from Mötley Crüe, the film is an unflinching tale of success and excess as four misfits rise from the streets of Hollywood to the heights of international fame.