Zac Efron Issues A Cryptic Warning At 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile' Premiere
Zac Efron is warning people to stay alert and be wary of the people they invite into their inner circles. The actor, who plays the role of serial killer Ted Bundy in the new film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, opened up about the perils of making friends in today’s uncertain world.
"In a world where we swipe left and swipe right and you meet people, friends come and go, you really should pay attention to who you're with," Zac, 31, told ET at the Tribeca Film Festival screening of the movie.
"I learned this lesson the hard way," he added cryptically. "And hopefully nobody else has to."
The Disney Channel alum’s portrayal of the murderer came as a shock to both fans and critics alike.
However, Zac insisted that he’s not letting the feedback — positive or negative — get to him. "I think it's always nice to be acknowledged for any performance,” he said. “But I don't really read reviews or anything like that.”
"I'm very happy about what director Joe Berlinger and I set out to do, which was to make a movie about something that happened in real life that wowed the world."
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is slated to hit Netflix on May 3.