First Image of John Travolta as a Crazed Stalker in Thriller 'Moose' - Directed by Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit

John Travolta's career still looks like it desperately needs a second comeback. We thought it might happen with his excellent turn as OJ Simpson's lawyer, Robert Shapiro, in 2016’s “The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” Ever since then? Nada. Zilch. Zero.
His next project does sound fascinating. TMZ asked Travolta about “Moose,” a film directed by Fred Durst, yes of Limp Bizkit fame, and the actor full-on said:  “Maybe my favorite experience I’ve had. He’s so generous and he’s such an artist. And he allowed me to create a character that no one else would allow.”
The best experience that Travolta ever had? In a film directed by Limp Bizkit's frontman? 
“Moose” is based on a real-life that Durst experienced between himself and a fan. The film is about an obsessed fan, played by Travolta, who begins stalking his favorite action-film star, played by Devon Sawa (Remember him? From “Idle Hands” and “SLC Punk?”).
No word yet on a release date, but “Moose” has just skyrocketed onto my must-see list.