Ted Bundy life movie to be filmed in Cincinnati and Kentucky

Actor Zac Efron to star in a movie about Ted Bundy
Lake Charles, Louisiana
January 3, 2018 6:35pm CST
Actor Zac Efron will start shooting a thriller movie called "Extremely Wicked, Shocking Evil And Vile" which is about the late serial killer Ted Bundy's life but from the view of his former date Elizabeth Kloepfer. The movie will start shooting in the Northern Kentucky area as well as in Cincinnati Ohio this month. Efron will play the role of the late Ted Bunday and Lily Collins will play the role of Elizabeth Kloepfer. There will be a casting call for extras to appear in the motion picture of all ages as well as two year old identical twins. The work of the extras in the movie will be filmed during the daytime hours on weekdays. The release of the movie which is about one of the most infamous serial killers is not known as of now.
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• China
4 Jan
Wow. This movie sounds so exciting.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Jan
Thriller movies are good.
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@just4him (96485)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
4 Jan
I'll give this a pass when it does come to the screen.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Jan
Me too since why support a movie about a cold blooded killer?
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@just4him (96485)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
5 Jan
@Deepizzaguy Good reason not to.
@JohnRoberts (42402)
• Los Angeles, California
4 Jan
Yet another movie about Ted Bundy. Talk about overkill.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Jan
I know what you mean about overkill. The studios just love to shove villains down our throat.
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• United States
4 Jan
He was so scary because he was so likable.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Jan
Famous Latin saying goes "Faces you see, souls you don't."
• Philippines
4 Jan
Why on earth Zac Efron had to accept this role? He's too good looking for this movie, unless ted bunday was good looking murderer.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Jan
Ted looked like the guy next door and I remember the judge who sent to him to die said too bad he did not use his talents to assist people in need since he was so smart.
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@FourWalls (10776)
• United States
4 Jan
I would ask why they were filming here, but Kentucky is quickly gaining a reputation for being a great “on-location” state in which to film. BTW, my late, lamented comedian friend, Tim Wilson, spent years researching a book about Ted Bundy. In it he presents evidence that Bundy committed a number of “unsolved murders” in Wilson’s hometown of Columbus, Georgia during the time Bundy was on the run.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Jan
I know that Ted Bundy is one of the most brutal serial killers of all time.
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@celticeagle (114482)
• Boise, Idaho
4 Jan
Always interesting. Just so many already done on him.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Jan
Evil city characters are liked by the entertainment industry.
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@kobesbuddy (24400)
• East Tawas, Michigan
4 Jan
This will be a thriller, for sure. How many innocent females lost their life, at the hands of this wicked, sicko maniac.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Jan
Bundy was a mean cold murderer who deserved to die in the electric chair.
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@kobesbuddy (24400)
• East Tawas, Michigan
4 Jan
@Deepizzaguy The one girl he murdered was only 12 years old, so hideous to kill a little child!
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
4 Jan
@kobesbuddy He was an evil monster.
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@KrauseHome (33884)
• United States
5 Jan
Interesting ... and why not film parts of it where it actually happebned?
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
5 Jan
Good question since I guess the studios will make movies in states that gave tax credits to the studios to make movies in their state like Georgia.
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@KrauseHome (33884)
• United States
5 Jan
@Deepizzaguy But still for those of us in WA we know where most of them really happened.