Zac Efron Terrifies as Ted Bundy
The First Trailer of Ted Bundy's Biopic Extremely Mean, Shocking, Bad, and Vile right here . The film stars Zac Efron, the notorious serial killer, who will debut at the Sundance Film Festival, which has just opened in Park City, Utah. Voltage Pictures has decided to release the first images of the biopic film before its debut, which offer insights into the life of one of the most evil killers in the history of America.
Much of the story is seen through the eyes of Ted Bundy's longtime girlfriend, Liz Kloepfer, played by Lily Collins, who disappeared in the role. The trailer begins with the beginning of their relationship, which quickly becomes complicated because it is clear that his man is not what he says he is. Things devolve once Ted Bundy is judged. The trailer is chaotic and portrays Bundy as a man who clearly enjoys the attention of the media, in addition to being a pathological liar who has denied his heinous crimes. Tonally, it is a little less grainy than one might expect, but it certainly turns everything into a show.
Extremely naughty, shocking, vile and bad Starts in 1969 and focuses on Zac Efron as Ted, an elegant, intelligent, charismatic and affectionate man. At least on the surface. Liz Kloepfer, a cautious single mother, is a victim of her charms. For her, it's a heavenly match and she quickly falls in love with him. Both are an image of domestic happiness that seems to have understood everything. That is to say until their perfect life is broken after Ted's arrest and his indictment for a series of brutal killings. The anxiety quickly turns to paranoia as the evidence against Ted begins to mount. He still has to face the idea that the man that she loves can be a psychopath.
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Joe Berlinger is Director and Works After a script by Michael Werwie. It is interesting to note that Berlinger is also at the origin of the recently published Netflix real crime docuseries, . Ted Bundy was tried in 1979, sentenced to death and finally executed in 1989. After more than a decade of denial of his crimes, Bundy finally confessed to killing 30 women between 1974 and 1978 before his execution. However, his actual number of victims has never been determined or greater than what he has confessed.
Kaya Scodelario, Ted Bundy's ex-wife, Jim Parsons, Larry Simpson, ex-wife John Malkovich as judge Edward Cowart and Haley Joel Osment. Extremely wicked, scandalously maleficent and vile has no release date yet, but we expect to hear critical reactions from Sundance in the coming days and the studio will probably be exhibiting publish them the plans shortly after. Do not miss the trailer for the YouTube Voltage Pictures channel below.