Extremely Wicked Really Put Zac Efron's Mental Health to the Test

Zac Efron admits he had to be careful while making the Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile .

Netflix is getting ready to debut the movie and Efron spoke about his experiences at the London red carpet premiere and reveals it was hard to leave the character on the set some days.

Many were puzzled when it was announced that teen heartthrob Efron was taking on the role of Bundy, a serial killer who confessed to murdering 30 women, but the early impressions have been heaping a lot of praise on the actor.

When asked about the mental toll playing Ted Bundy in the movie took, Zac Efron said, "That was put to the test for this one."

The director says Efron eventually agreed because the movie isn't about glorifying the heinous acts Bundy committed, it's telling another story, which highlights just how evil and twisted the man really was.

Zac Efron looks intense in the trailers and one can easily see why Joe Berlinger wanted the young actor to take on the role so bad.

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