According to an interview with MTV.com, musical yeller Fred Durst is very serious about starting a film career - and he wants to direct, dammit. Despite the fact that people are apparently lining up to have him in act in their projects (he was in NBC's Revelations miniseries, and also appeared with Jeremy Sisto in Population 436, and indie film that just finished shooting in Canada), Durst is determined to be behind the camera. Sure, so far his only non-video directorial work was on Unquestionable Truth, a 30 minute short that appears on a Limp Bizkit release. But he does have a couple of full-length features in the works. Though he won't name the films, Durst has long been associated with Runt, a drama "about a high-school outcast," and a thriller called Joe.

And make no mistake: the man is setting his sights high. "
I want to make timeless movies. I want to be beside Martin Scorsese and Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson and Francis Ford Coppola. I'm a real director." Dang. Well, you certainly can't accuse Durst of lacking ambition.