Fred Durst, Method Man Duke It Out In New Limp Bizkit Video

In case you're wondering what really happened to Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst at the end of the "Re-Arranged" video, the answers will apparently be provided in the band's next clip, for "N 2 Gether Now," slated to premiere on MTV later this month.

Rapper Method Man appears in the song and video for "N 2 Gether Now," which was directed by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst around the same time as he shot "Re-Arranged.

The video for "Re-Arranged" ends with Limp Bizkit drifting in a white void after apparently being drowned in a milk-like liquid. As the band floats around wondering if they're in heaven or not, Durst muses, "Dude, if I were in heaven, I'd be kickin' it with Method Man right now," and then falls forward, off screen.

As Durst recently told MTV News, the beginning of "N 2 Gether Now" picks up where "Re-Arranged" left off, taking cinematic inspiration from a popular series of comedies from the '60s and '70s.

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pop into [Method Man's] room,"[/article] Durst said, [article id="1444696"] "and it's [decorated with] all kind of Chinese swords, and a Wu-Tang vibe. I'm just in there, playing video games with him, and I sort of nudge him like, 'Hey, yeah! I'm winning.' And he's like, 'What?' and nudges me back, and I fly across the room and go 'Rawwr!'"[/article]

[article id="1444696"] "Then we have this really bizarre fight between each other that's [still] friendly,"[/article] he continued. [article id="1444696"] "It's kind of like Peter Sellers and his butler [Cato] in 'The Pink Panther.' Like we're fighting, and all of a sudden the phone rings, and we stop and go, 'Hey, what's up?' It's just a really cool video." [RealVideo][/article]

It's just a video that I think that we needed to have," Durst continued, "and no one in a rock band with an amazing hip-hop artist such as Method Man has really crossed these lines. Run-DMC had an amazing

video with Aerosmith, and people have had amazing videos together, with rock bands and hip-hop artists, but this is different, man. There's something about it that's different.

You can see what the difference is when the video for "N 2 Gether Now," featuring Limp Bizkit and Method Man, debuts on MTV on October 18. The following day, Method Man and Redman will hook up with Limp Bizkit, Filter, System Of A Down, and Primus at San Francisco's Cow Palace for the beginning of their stint on the Family Values tour.

-- David Basham