If your personal aspirations are specific enough that your bucket list includes watching a film called Moose, created by Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst and starring John Travolta, then do we have great news for you!

Variety reports that Durst, who made his debut as a filmmaker with The Education of Charlie Banks, is currently working on a thriller called Moose, starring the Grease icon.

In the film, which is "based on events from Durst's own life," Travolta plays a stalker (the film's titular character) who becomes violently obsessed with his favorite action star, played by Devon Sawa.

According to Variety, the story is "inspired by a real-life fan who stalked Durst many years ago."

Principal photography has begun in Alabama. Durst is directing the film, which was co-written by him and Dave Bekerman.

In 2007, Durst released The Education of Charlie Banks starring Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Ritter. In 2008, he directed The Longshots, a sports comedy starring Ice Cube and Keke Palmer

Outside of filmmaking, Durst is currently on tour with Korn. He and Limp Bizkit are also working on a forthcoming new album called Stampede of the Disco Elephants.

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