Rolling Stones' - Crossfire Hurricane Filmmaker Wants To Make Animated Motley Crue Movie

The man behind the Rolling Stones' stunning new documentary Crossfire Hurricane has his sights set on making an all-anime version of rockers' Motley Crue's story.

Brett Morgen sat down with the Stones to create a powerful new look at their career highs and lows and he has already moved on to start work on a film study of tragic Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain - but there's still one dream documentary he'd like to tackle.

He tells Wenn, "A dream project of mine is to do a Japanese anime documentary on Motley Crue. That will give me my 1970s, 1980s and 1990s trilogy with the Stones, Motley Crue and Kurt."


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