FRED DURST Is Directing 'Moose' Movie Starring JOHN TRAVOLTA

FRED DURST Is Directing 'Moose' Movie Starring JOHN TRAVOLTA

According to Variety, LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst is directly a new movie called "Moose", starring John Travolta.

Travolta plays the title character, a "rabid film fan (who) stalks his favorite action hero and destroys the star's life."

The script was written by Durst and Dave Bekerman, and is based on events from Durst's own life.

Durst's directing credits include several videos (including LIMP BIZKIT's videos for "Nookie" and "Break Stuff"), the 2008 movie "The Longshots" (starring Ice Cube and Keke Palmer) and 2007's "The Education Of Charlie Banks" (starring Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Ritter).

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"Moose" is shooting in Birmingham, Alabama and is scheduled to hit theatres later this year.


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