Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst Developing Drama Based On His Life For CW

By November 1, 2013

Fred Durst wants to be taken seriously.


The man who brought you such hits like “Nookie” and “Break Stuff” with his group Limp Bizkit has been trading in his signature Yankees cap for a director’s cap with films The Education Of Charlie Banks and The Longshots, a producer’s cap with “Pawn Shop Chronicles,” AND he developed a sitcom a couple years back for CBS called “Douchebag” about a musician balancing between life as a rock star and a family man.

As “Douchebag” never came to fruition (and way to misspell Dwight Yoakam’s name, dummies), it seems as though Durst has taken the premise to the CW and retooling as an hour-long drama called “The Noise” which “chronicles the rise of a young artist in the 1990s who escapes a tumultuous home life and forms a wildly popular band with a unique sound.”

Durst and Co. are back in the studio working on their comeback album over at Cash Money Records and recently released a video from said album called “Ready To Go” featuring CMR labelmate, Lil Wayne.

NSFW (language)

Yeah, no.

Good luck with that show, though!

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