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Zac Efron and Lily Collins were in London to premiere their new film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile," about notorious real-life serial killer Ted Bundy. To prepare for the role, Efron studied archive footage of Bundy, while Collins was able to personally meet with the real Elizabeth Kloepfer.
"I've started singing every song whenever a line makes reference to one."
The six-part adaptation is the latest take on the famous story.
The drama starts filming next month.
'Once people have seen the movie, a lot of apprehension they may have had having just seeing the trailer had dissipated.'
Lily Collins has spoken out on the controversial Netflix film ‘To The Bone’, in which she stars as Ellen, a 20-year-old anorexia
What has also angered me and many others about this film, is that it simply reflects the huge misconceptions around eating disorders that are already prevalent in our society. For example, Ellen's character is your stereotypical young white woman, who is tragically misunderstood and hit with this hideous anorexic affliction leaving her with an emaciated body frame.
'There is a strong likelihood that people who have been affected by eating disorders would find the film highly distressing or triggering.'
Eating disorder charity Beat have released a statement on Netflix’s controversial new release ‘To The Bone’, admitting “disappointment