Motley Crue’s final concert tonight (December 31, 2015) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles will be recorded for 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.
Christian Lamb has been tapped to direct the concert portion of the film, while Jeff Tremaine is confirmed to direct the documentary segment. Produced and distributed by Live Alliance, the film will premier in theaters worldwide, as well as via Pay Per View in all cable/satellite/digital formats.
In a Billboard interview, Nikki Sixx expressed his thoughts about the last show. “We’ve been kind of dodging that question for two years and now there’s no getting out of it,” Sixx said. “We’re pretty rough-and-tumble dudes, but even the toughest guy going in for his last fight is going to feel a pang in his heart — and I’m guaranteeing that something’s gonna happen up there that I don’t know about and I probably don’t want to think about until it happens. I just hope I don’t cry during ‘Shout At The Devil’.”
“I’ve never been about the money, other than if I can make enough money to have creative freedom,” said Sixx, “I was smart early on and invested my money wisely and had good advisors and made some right decisions. I have a lot of money put away for a rainy day, so money’s not really something I think about walking away from all this.”