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Zac Efron Ted Bundy Drama ‘Extremely Wicked’ going to Netflix for $9M

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The Netflix proved to be a natural buyer for the director Joe Berlinger given that his docuseries are already present on the platoform. The Hollywood Reporter has reported a couple of hours ago that the Zac Efron Ted Bundy Drama ‘Extremely Wicked’ is soon going to be uploaded on the Netflix. The streaming giant is already earning a good response from the viewers.

The deal making continues and it is soon going to be finalised. The sources say that Netflix is about to close on a deal for U.S. and some international rights to the famous drama Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. This drama series stars the famous Zac Efron who has portrayed the role of a serial killed Ted Bundy. A source close to the Hollywood Reporter told them that the deal would be finalised at around $9 million.

The director Joe Berlinger excels in his skills for directing crime series. In the past he has shown his true potential to the audience and that is the reason behind Netflix acquiring his docuseries. The films covers the criminal activities of Ted Bundy from the perspective of his girlfriend. Elizabeth Kloepfer, the girlfriend of Ted Bundy, refused ot believe the truth behind the personality of Ted Bundy for years. Lily Collins played the role of the girlfriend of Ted Bundy. This series once uploaded to the Netflix would face new heights of fame.

The series Extremely Wicked was produced by the skilled Nicolas Chartier, Michael Costigan, Ara Kesishian and Michael Simkin. There were executive directors involved to make this serious perfect namely Jason Barrett, Berlinger, Jonathan Deckter and Michael Werwie. CAA Media Finance and UTA were involved in the negotiations for movie rights sale. They negotiated on the behalf of the filmmakers. Voltage is the company which is handling international sales of the rights.

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