Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is back behind the camera — this time, directing a movie inspired by his own life.
Durst is directing the upcoming film Moose, which chronicles a crazed fan’s obsession with an action film star that eventually turns dangerous.
This film is inspired by Durst’s real-life experience with a stalker. Along with directing, Durst also co-wrote the film.
While no release date has been announced, the film is currently shooting in Alabama.
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Devon Sawa (Casper) will star as the action-film actor.
Durst previously directed the movies The Education of Charlie Banks (starring Jesse Eisenberg and Sebastian Stan) and The Longshots (starring Ice Cube).