Zac Efron starring as Ted Bundy is pissing off lots of people who assume a full-on heartthrob shouldn’t be enjoying a serial killer — however, one uncommon survivor of Bundy’s killing spree thinks Zac’s an ideal match.
We spoke with Kathy Kleiner Rubin — who was brutalized by Bundy at Florida State University’s Chi Omega home in ’78 — and he or she tells us she doesn’t actually thoughts Efron’s “hot take” as Bundy, or the trailer for “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.” It performs extra like a fast-paced motion flick than a darkish portrayal of a serial killer.
Kathy concedes that the film may deal with its subject material too evenly — however, what’s most essential to her is that individuals notice Ted’s true nature: charming and good-looking on the surface, and a monster on the within.
Kathy additionally has a warning for ladies in every single place … BE AWARE!!!
She hopes Zac’s Bundy film and the brand new Netflix documentary train folks to be cautious when coping with a seemingly reliable face.
If ‘Extremely Wicked’ accomplishes that, Kathy says she’ll be happy, even when it has to return with just a little Hollywood flare.