Motley Crue Turn to Clay for New "Disaster" Spoof

by | March 9, 2005 | Comments

After honing his animated craft on MTV’s "Celebrity Deathmatch," Roy T. Wood set his sights on creating a feature-length claymation comedy. The rookie director paired with a team of screenwriting newcomers (Paul Benson & Matt Sullivan) and the result was "Disaster! The Movie," a kooky-sounding spoof that now has the added bonus of Motley Crue. The old-school rockers will provide voices for their claymated counterparts. Although "Disaster" has yet to land a domestic distributor, you can poke around at the official website for a taste of the claymation craziness.

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