Published: Wed, February 06, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Ted Bundy Movie Lands At Netflix For $9 Million

Ted Bundy Movie Lands At Netflix For $9 Million

The film accounts the crimes of the 1970s' serial killer, Ted Bundy, specifically from the point of view of his then girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer, who pushed away the truth about him for years.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix paid a huge $US 9 million to secure the United States and some foreign rights to Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a bidding war has ensued for Extremely Wicked, directed by Joe Berlinger, since the Sundance Film Festival wrapped up.

Now, we've never met the man but he has just spent an terrible long time making two features on the life of Ted Bundy - he directed Netflix's Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes and the upcoming film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile - so we think he'd appreciate it.

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Netflix wants to hold off releasing the film until the Autumn, to give Zac Efron a better chance during award season (SAGs, The Oscars etc).

"I certainly don't think we're glorifying him because he gets his due", he said.

The service already has the rights to the phenomenally successful Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.

"Look, there have been a lot of movies about Adolf Hitler and about the Holocaust, but if somebody were to have a new angle as a way of illuminating some aspect of the human condition or aspect of that particular story... I think telling filmmakers any subject matter is off limits is a very slippery slope that leads us to Trump declaring that the media is 'fake news, '" Berlinger continued. Now, The Hollywood Reporter reports that the film has landed with the same distributor as the docu-series: Netflix.

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