Everyone is talking about Zac Efron's butt in the new Ted Bundy film

Everyone is talking about Zac Efron's butt in the new Ted Bundy film

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile has been comfortably one of the most hyped and anticipated movies of the year, and it's largely due to the casting of the film's lead, Hollywood mega star Zac Efron, as notorious serial killer Ted Bundy.

Many were concerned that Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile would glamorise the monstrous Bundy, since the almost impossibly good-looking and glamorous Efron was to portray him.

And while it feels as though we heard the news that the movie was coming to Netflix a lifetime ago, it's actually come around pretty fast, and now Netflix users in the US are able to watch Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.

You can watch a sneak preview of Zac Efron in action right here:

Concerns over the film among some continued after the trailer's release, and Efron responded to the backlash in an interview, saying;

"Ted had this thing about him, this magic Ted Bundy facade. He has charm... It wasn't until after he fully admitted to everything that most of the world really believed Ted was even capable of these things. He pulled the wool over a lot of people's eyes."

This is the dramatic teaser for the movie:

"Initially, I had reservations about playing a serial killer," he continued;

I've seen people make horror films like this before... But] This movie was really about a human being, somebody that perhaps I would have been friends with - and a love story from a very unique perspective. I’ve never seen that before. It’s intriguing to me. I think it’s more psychological and even more kind of a mindf**k."

But, if social media is anything to go by, the main thing people have been concerned with since the film's release on Netflix is Zac Efron's bum.

As you can see, it's created quite the stir.

Zac Efron has received positive reviews of his portrayal of Ted Bundy, a monstrous serial killer who committed unspeakable crimes. Bundy broke the stereotype of villains looking ugly, as he was an attractive, charming young man.

This article was originally published on VT.