A new month means new Netflix content (see everything coming to Netflix this May HERE)
And Zac Efron’s Ted Bundy movie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is available to watch from 8pm, Friday 3rd of May!
Zac Efron has admitted he's found it hard to seperate himself from his character.
“I’ve never played a role in which I really have to separate myself from when I go home at night, and it was almost impossible. I’d like to say that I did it successfully but I couldn’t,” Zac admitted to a group of red-carpet reporters, according to the Daily Mail.
While Zac apparently couldn’t break serial killer character once he went home at the end of the day, he didn’t always realise he’d become so absorbed in a role like this.
“I really wasn’t interested in playing a serial killer. I’m not in the business of glamorizing a horrendous person or his acts, but there is something unique about the way we went into the psyche of Ted and his longtime girlfriend Liz [played by Lily Collins],” Zac added.
“It’s a different perspective and not your run-of-the-mill serial killer cliché, body count gets higher and higher, and oh the guy you always knew did it, did it. This is what it was like to be there on the day, we didn’t know if he was innocent or guilty, we just saw Ted Bundy through their eyes.”