The Ted Bundy biopic starring Zac Efron as the lead will debut on TV and in the cinema on the same day. As it comes out in UK Cinemas, it will premiere on Sky Television. Ted Bundy (for newbies) was a serial killer who killed around thirty people in 70’s. Lilly Collins who is hired as Ted Bundy’s girlfriend in the movie (Elizabeth Kloepfer) will do the entire narration from start to the end.
The film is set in 70’s fashion. Zac Efron shared first looks of their characters on Instagram captioning it as “When Ted Met Liz.” This caption should remind you of the iconic When Harry Met Sally. Lilly Collins, on the other hand, didn’t shy either. She also uploaded the first look to the series, captioning it as “When Liz Met Ted.” Lilly’s look is very 70’s in these photos. The costume game by far is on the point of this vile and vicious man.
Both Collins and Efron haven’t played anything as vicious as this before. This vicious couple is said to have first met in 1969, the same year Ted killed first of his murder victims. Our natural question is, was Kloepfer aware? They say she wasn’t, at first! It’s been said that Bundy stayed away from her during days his mental sickness overpowered him. Kloepfer was smart enough to catch him, she did suspect him and helped the authorities to turn him in eventually.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile: Release Date
Joe Berlinger has directed the movie. Jim Parson’s from TBBT will play lead prosecutor Larry Simpson in Bundy’s 1979 murder trial. John Malkovich appears as the Judge. In 1989, Bundy was executed. The movie is in works right now; we heard some reports of shooting taking place in Kentucky. Though release dates haven’t officially announced, the movie should be out by early 2019. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is under COTA production banner.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile: Cast
John Malkovich from Deepwater Horizon
Angela Sarafyan from Westworld
Grace Victoria Cox from Heathers
Jeffrey Donovan from Burn Notice
Kaya Scodelario from Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory
Haley Joel Osment from The Sixth Sense
Terry Kinney from Billions
Dylan Baker from The Americans
Metallica chief James Hetfield