That Fred Durst-Directed John Travolta Movie is Being Dumped On Amazon This Month

/Film | 6/4/2019 | Chris Evangelista
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You might not be aware of this, but John Travolta made a movie with Fred Durst. Yes, that Fred Durst – the lead singer of Limp Bizkit. For a while, the movie was going by the name Moose, but it has a new title – The Fanatic. With that new title comes news that the flick is being dumped directly onto Amazon this month, where you can enjoy it from the privacy of your own home with no shame.

Last month, The Fanatic, a Fred Durst-directed movie starring John Travolta, was supposed to premiere at Cannes. But Travolta had the screening cancelled at the last minute, apparently because he wanted to go back and work on a new cut of the film. At the time, rumor had it that Amazon had purchased the rights to the film. And that seems to be correct, because Amazon is saying you can expect the movie to be streaming starting June 29 (via BloodyDisguting).

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Here’s where things get slightly strange. Amazon is still calling the film Moose, which was the original title before it got switched to The Fanatic. But there’s also already a poster with The Fanatic title:

I suppose we’ll have to wait and see what it’s officially called when it arrives at the end of...
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