Entitled Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, the movie will be told from the perspective of Elizabeth Kloepfer, Bundy’s girlfriend who ultimately was the one to turn him in. It’ll revolve around her slow realization that her boyfriend is a serial killer, despite the fact that he’s handsome and doesn’t have a hook for a hand. It’ll be handled by director Joe Berlinger, best known for true crime documentaries like Brother’s Keeper and the Paradise Lost films, which should make for an interesting take on well-trod ground.
What’s make this interesting is that this movie may just end up being a documentary of Zac Efron’s life. Would anyone among us be surprised to find a pile of dead ladies in Efron’s basement. I’d be more shocked to find out that he wasn’t a serial killer.
I assume Efron doesn’t have to do much research for this role. All he has to do is stick to his daily routine and he’ll knock this role out of the park. No child actor that stumbles into success like Zac has is completely alright mentally. 1
This is either going to be a great movie or lead to a great tragedy and I’m hyped about either possible outcome.
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- Black Swan was a documentary about a weekend at Natalie Portman’s house. ↵