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Zac Efron shares pic in Ted Bundy’s infamous VW Bug

They say it was Ted Bundy’s good looks that lured victims to their last ride.

And Zac Efron certainly had that part down as he shared another behind the scenes look at Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile on Tuesday.

The 30-year-old posted an Instagram shot behind the wheel of the serial killer’s Volkswagen Beetle, in which at least a dozen of his victims met their doom.

Lethal Beetle! Zac Efron shared a pic behind the wheel of Ted Bundy’s infamous VW Bug as he filmed serial killer biopic on Tuesday

‘#BugLife #behindthescenes’, he tagged it.

The movie tells the story of Bundy’s crimes from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer, who for years refused to believe he committed the killings.

Ultimately, though, she was the one who turned him in to law enforcement. 

Killer: Filming on Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile , directed by Joe Berlinger, got underway last week

Killer: Filming on Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile , directed by Joe Berlinger, got underway last week

'Meet Ted': Zac shared the first photo of himself in his latest role last week, tweeting a black and white snap showing him posing for Bundy's mug shot

‘Meet Ted’: Zac shared the first photo of himself in his latest role last week, tweeting a black and white snap showing him posing for Bundy’s mug shot

Handsome: It is said Bundy's charm and good looks helped lure many of his victims to their doom, traits Efron will have no problem portraying

Handsome: It is said Bundy's charm and good looks helped lure many of his victims to their doom, traits Efron will have no problem portraying

Handsome: It is said Bundy’s charm and good looks helped lure many of his victims to their doom, traits Efron will have no problem portraying

Kloepfer is played by Lily Collins, 28, who also shared a couple of photos from the set via social media.       

The film which is being directed by Joe Berlinger also stars John Malkovich as the judge who presided over Bundy’s televised trial in 1979 and imposed the death sentence on him.

Filming began last week, and Berlinger has also been keeping fans up to date with behind the scenes snaps too.

True story: The movie tells the story of Bundy's crimes from the perspective of Kloepfer, who for years refused to believe he committed the killings. Ultimately, though, she was the one who turned him in to law enforcement

True story: The movie tells the story of Bundy’s crimes from the perspective of Kloepfer, who for years refused to believe he committed the killings. Ultimately, though, she was the one who turned him in to law enforcement

The girlfriend: Kloepfer is played by Lily Collins, 28, who also shared a couple of photos from the set via social media 

The girlfriend: Kloepfer is played by Lily Collins, 28, who also shared a couple of photos from the set via social media 

In one he posed with Westworld’s Angela Sarafya, who plays Kloepfer’s longtime girlfriend Joanna, who was the reason Bundy’s girlfriend finally started to question his intentions. 

Bundy was executed in 1989 at the age of 42 at Florida State Prison after being found guilty on charges of assaulting and murdering multiple girls and women.

Shortly before his execution, he confessed to 30 killings. Authorities believe he may have been responsible for many more.

Co-star: Westworld's Angela Sarafya plays Kloepfer's longtime girlfriend Joanna, who was the reason Bundy's girlfriend finally started to question his intentions

Co-star: Westworld’s Angela Sarafya plays Kloepfer’s longtime girlfriend Joanna, who was the reason Bundy’s girlfriend finally started to question his intentions

History: Bundy was executed in 1989 at the age of 42 at Florida State Prison after being found guilty on charges of assaulting and murdering multiple girls and women

History: Bundy was executed in 1989 at the age of 42 at Florida State Prison after being found guilty on charges of assaulting and murdering multiple girls and women



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