John Travolta looks unrecognisable with bizarre mullet hairdo and specs for role in new Fred Durst film Moose

The Grease star sported a dodgy grey mullet hair do shaved at the sides and glasses while shooting in Hollywood this week.

The actor, 64, plays a stalker in the film which is directed by Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst.

John was spotted on Hollywood Boulevard in a lairy Hawaiian shirt before swapping to a suit for another scene.

And in a snap posted on Instagram, he's seen with what looks like a missing eye and blood all over his face, hinting the film takes a dark turn.

The flick is said to be inspired by Durst's real life experiences from earlier in his career when he was stalked by a fan.

According to Variety, the plot sees John's character Moose become so fixated with the singer that he begins plotting to destroy his life.

The star has clearly been enjoying working with the singer-turned director and recently told TMZ the film was: "Maybe my favourite experience I've had."

He said of Durst: "He's so generous, and such an artist and he allowed me to create a character that no one else would allow.

"I mean, it's really a wild character and I felt very free to do that.

"I had great ideas and he had already edited this film in his imagination, so he knows how he's going to put it together, so he knew how to let me free within a boundary."

It's praise indeed from the actor, who has worked with the likes of Quentin Tarantino and Oliver Stone.

John has sported an array of different barnets in his films – from long locks in Pulp Fiction to going completely bald in From Paris With Love.

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