Dirt, Heroin & Spandex: Still Motley After All These Years

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After lots of gossip, Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has confirmed Christopher Walken‘s involvement in the extraordinary rock book-turned-movie "The Dirt," which chronicles the bad-ass band’s rise to fame and descent into drugs. In addition to Walken’s role as ant-snorting rocker Ozzy Osbourne, 47-year-old Val Kilmer is slated to play the spandex-strutting David Lee Roth. It’s unclear as to why Kilmer, who in real life is four years Roth’s junior, was selected to play the studly singer as he was twenty years ago.

In related news, Nikki Six has been recording the soundtrack to his book "The Heroin Diaries." Of the recording process, Six says: "It’s like were [sic] standing on a cliff with our eyes shut, arms open and just falling. Extending ourselves in faith that someone will catch us, and relishing the freedom that comes from that place."