HOT TICKET

Lonesome Traveler featuring Peter Yarrow

Where/When: The Kent Stage, 8 p.m. Friday

Tickets: $50-$60. www.thekentstage.com.

 

 

MOVIE OPENINGS

1. "Us"

2. "Gloria Bell"

3. "Ruben Brandt, Collector"


 

QUICK TAKE

Here's the dirt on "The Dirt."

Notorious: Mötley Crüe, the metal band with the umlauts, is getting the biopic treatment in the new film "The Dirt." Billed as "the unbelievable story of the world's most notorious band," the film, which debuts Friday on Netflix, charts the rise and debauchery of the group that formed in 1981.

Blast cast: Directed by Jeff Tremaine ("Bad Grandpa"), it stars Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee, Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx, Iwan Reheon as Mick Mars and Daniel Webber as Vince Neil.

Not exactly PG: According to Rolling Stone, the film, derived from the 2001 book "The Dirt: Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band," contains some of the "grittiest, raunchiest, supposedly true stories recorded, with scenes depicting the abuse of drugs, alcohol and groupies." Not sure how that will transfer to Netflix.


 

TOPS AT THE BOX OFFICE

1. "Captain Marvel," $68 ($264.8 total)

2. "Wonder Park," $15.8 (new)

3. "Five Feet Apart," $13.1 (new)

4. "How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World," $9.2 ($135.5)

5. "A Madea Family Funeral," $7.8 ($58.8)

(In millions; boxofficemojo.com)

 

 

TRENDING

"To Kill a Mockingbird"

If you can't make it to see Aaron Sorkin's updated "To Kill a Mockingbird" on Broadway, you can catch the original film from 1962 in theaters. The TCM Big Screen Classics series brings the film, starring Gregory Peck as attorney Atticus Finch, to Northeast Ohio theaters at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday, and 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday. For ticket information and a complete list of theaters: www.fathomevents.com.


 


 

NEW ON NETFLIX

1. "Amy Schumer: Growing"

2. "Carlo & Malik" (Friday)

3. "Charlie's Colorforms City" (Friday)

4. "Delhi Crime" (Friday)

5. "Most Beautiful Thing" (Friday)


 

On The Cover

Kelly Clarkson brings her Meaning of Life tour to Cleveland's Q Arena Thursday. [Vincent Peters]