Zac Efron Shares Shot Of 'Skins' Star Kaya Scodelario In Ted Bundy Film
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Filming of Zac Efron's Ted Bundy film Extremely Wicked, Shocking And Vile is well underway, and it looks like all the actors are getting stuck into their roles.
So far, former teen heartthrob Efron has already shared shots of himself in character as the man who raped and murdered women. Cheery stuff.
Now Efron has been kind enough to share with the world the first on-set pictures of former Skins star Kaya Scodelario, who is playing the serial killer's ex-wife Carole Ann Boone.
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"Excited to welcome the amazing @kayascods as Carole Ann :raised_hands: :sunglasses:#wickedcrew #behindthescenes," Efron wrote on Instagram, accompanying a photo of the pair on set.
With her big glasses, we have to say that Kaye looks in her element as the woman who championed Bundy's innocence, visited him in jail and even had his daughter before leaving him. She's come a long way from playing runaway teenager Effy Stonem.
Kaya must have been chuffed with the snap too as the Maze Runner star saw fit to share the same on-set picture to her own Instagram page.
"Great first day on set with @zacefron - pleasure spending the day in jail with you," she added. Well, I guess if you are going to be in jail - hanging out with Zac Efron's not the worst time you can have.
Bundy was eventually executed in 1989 after he confessed to the murders of 30 people between 1974 and 1978, with Boone leaving him after feeling 'deeply betrayed' by his guilt.
The murderer was only caught once his girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer reported him to police after years of denial.
Extremely Wicked, Shocking and Vile is set to be told from the perspective of Elizabeth, who is being played by Rules Don't Apply star Lily Collins.
The film will be directed by Joe Berlinger, who directed the Oscar-nominated documentary series Paradise Lost about Arkansas murderers the West Memphis Three.
Also joining Efron, Scodelario and Collins in the cast will be The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper (also known as Jim Parsons) and John Malkovich. Sounds like a blast to us.
Work on the film began at the start of 2018 this year and so far Zac's been sharing some behind-the-scenes progress on the film on social media.
There isn't a confirmed release date for the film yet. No doubt we'll have more Efron snippets to come in the meantime.