Mötley Crüe Teases Their Upcoming Concert Film: Exclusive Video

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Mötley Crüe did give their sold-out swan song live performance on New Year’s Eve at L.A.’s Staples Center, but that’s not the last you’ll hear or see from them. For those not in attendance, the hard rock group had announced they would be filming the concert as a documentary for their two-year-long The Final Tour, the teaser for which is premiering exclusively via Billboard below. 

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Christian Lamb and Jackass creator Jeff Tremaine have been confirmed as the directors for the film. Expect to see the flames, drum kit roller coasters and the arena-level theatrics of their live concert along with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews. 

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Watch the exclusive teaser for the film, which will premiere in theaters in Spring 2016 for a one-night-only stand and on Pay Per View. The band will also be releasing The Dirt feature film, based on the Crüe's best-selling 2001 autobiography (also directed by Tremaine).