Saturday, 21 July, 2018

Fred Durst Is Making a Movie About His Stalker, Starring John Travolta

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Stacy Diaz | 08 March, 2018, 00:01

Kudos to Durst for turning his scary stalker experience into art?

Principal photography is now taking place in Alabama with production commencing in April, and 47 year old Durst is helming the project for the Ambi Media Group.

In the film, Travolta will play the title character, who's obsessed with a celebrity action star to the point of wanting to destroy his hero's life.

Meanwhile, Durst's cowriter on the film, Dave Bekerman, has no prior author credits but did serve as a stunt driver on 2009's "Mow Crew", a comedy about an aspiring musician who works as a landscaper. Behind (Travolta's) blue eyes is a unsafe stalker.

Believe it or not, this isn't Durst's first time as director.

That's right, the "Rollin" tunesmith has written a movie, and it must be pretty decent too because John Travolta has signed on to star in it and John Travolta doesn't do sh*t movies.

Durst found that "Results May Vary" when it came to critical acclaim for his previous two films, with "The Longshots" and "The Education of Charlie Banks" scoring 41% and 47% respectively on Rotten Tomatoes. Of course, his most famous turn as a villain being Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction, if you don't consider him a villain in that film, that's fine, but it's not like he was an upstanding citizen.

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