Following this year's Sundance Film Festival, Netflix acquired rights to the biopic of Ted Bundy Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Abominable reportedly for a whopping $ 9 million, as until Deadline reported. Good news, right? When can we see it?
First some connections. For the first time, we watched Zac-as-Ted in January 2018, when Zac posted a photo called "Meet Ted". And it was really scary. The trailer, which came out earlier this year, was also deeply disturbing. The former heartbreaker guided the ruthless sociopath with absolute precision.
Some who saw the film in Sundance found it controversial. He said it was Bundy, if not flattered at all, glorified him, but apparently he gave an honest look at what Bundy was doing, and he looked at the charisma that helped him get away so long.
It's not clear if Netflix is trying to distance itself from its own Ted Bundy documentary, Talks to a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (1
Entertainment reporter Jeff Sneider, who announced that Netflix would acquire the rights to Extreme9009 in the first place however, tweeted that the film would be released in time for the award ceremony in the fall. Of course, autumn could mean something from the end of September to December, but in November or December many films will be screened for the award ceremony. So there is some time to wait, but that's the best way to build anticipation, right?
Screen Rant also supports this timeline, so "Fall 2019" sounds like good forecasts in the absence of an official announcement. We will update this page with more information as it becomes available.
I'm definitely interested in watching, if only because of the fact that I've found Zac's choices to be intriguing and clever over the years, and he … looks just like Ted Bundy.
Seriously, it's scary. It's no surprise that he dyed his hair blond for the Sundance premiere BLEACH.