Motley Crue will screen their farewell concert film, "The End" in select theaters in Europe, Latin America and Australia on October 13.
Directed by Christian Lamb, the project presents the Crue’s final live performance at the Staples Center in their hometown of Los Angeles, CA this past New Year’s Eve; the material is rounded with interviews and behind the scenes material shot by Jackass creator Jeff Tremaine.
The group closed out the 18-month run with three shows in their hometown after a July 2, 2014 launch in Grand Rapids, MI saw them hit the road for the last time.
Full details on the October 13 screenings are available at motleyincinema.com
Motley Crue are being sued by a pair of photographers over the merchandise sold during the band’s lengthy two-year farewell tour.
Barry Levine and Neil Zlozower have filed a lawsuit seeking compensation, damages and attorney’s fees after images they both shot of the band were used on a variety of merchandise without their permission.
The Final Tour consisted of 130 concerts around the United States, 16 shows in Europe, 5 shows in Asia, 6 shows in Australia region, and one in South America with a total gross earnings of approximately 86 million dollars.
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