If you loved Bohemian Rhapsody and need another rock n' roll biopic, you only have to wait about a month for The Dirt, the new Mötley Crüe movie based on their 2001 tell-all biography. The film stars rapper Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee, Iwan Rheon (aka Ramsay Bolton in Game of Thrones) as Mick Mars, Daniel Webber (The Punisher) as Vince Neil, and Douglas Booth (Pride & Prejudice & Zombies), and follows the Crüe from their early days to mid-'80s hair metal stardom and excess, to the subsequent fall and comeback tours. It looks to hit all the Behind the Music highs and lows bullet-points -- drug addiction, Vince's near-fatal car crash, etc -- and also features David Constable (Gale on Breaking Bad) as their manager Doc McGhee. The Dirt, which was directed by Jackass' Jeff Tremaine, drops March 22 and you can watch the trailer (that includes Pete Davidson) below.