Sure, The Dirt is basically just a trashy live-action musical cartoon loaded with tits, booze, cocaine and heroin, but it's also a total blast — and the sheer WTF-ery of it all will leave you wondering how Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Vince Neil and Mick Mars actually lived to tell the tale. Here, then, are 13 of the most insane moments from The Dirt. We first see Tommy Lee — played by Colson Baker, a. The scene clarifies Nikki's adult issues with women, while the blood streaming down his arm foreshadows his gory heroin overdoses to come. Within the opening five seconds of "Live Wire," Vince's girlfriend Lovey Katherine Neff is vehemently objecting to the band's sound, telling Vince that "this music's way too heavy, baby! Clearly, these guys are going places!
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By Peter White. For a year everything was moving along in development and then he gets fired. We lost the reason we optioned the book to Paramount. At the time, the band was frustrated by losing momentum. In , Sixx said.
Fans logging into streaming service Netflix were stunned, amazed, and horrified when they were confronted by scenes of cunnilingus, misogyny, and drug taking. Some tuning in were startled when the opening scene showed topless women, Tommy Lee played by rapper Machine Gun Kelly - aka Colson Baker performing oral sex, and Nikki Sixx played by British actor Douglas Booth setting himself on fire. I loved their music back in the day
Skip navigation! Story from Movies. Courtney E. Just like hair metal, this movie has nothing below the surface. It exists to mythologize the bad behavior of men who made sub-par music and glamorize the ridiculous stereotype from a bygone era that women belong in the audience and not on the stage or at the record label signing deals, or backstage managing the band, or working in radio — you did notice all those people were also men, right?