He is not talking specific people yet, but is talking about his attendance.

It appears as if this former A+ list tweener actor turned A-/B+ list adult actor who has been the subject of a few podcast episodes is starting to warm to the possibilities of talking about his underage years and those parties he attended. He is not talking specific people yet, but is talking about his attendance. / Friends are a little worried for this former A list tween/teen Disney actor turned A-/B+ list adult actor. He has been crazy about collecting snuff films as of late and seems obsessed with them.

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It appears as if this former A+ list tweener actor turned A-/B+ list adult actor who has been the subject of a few podcast episodes is starting to warm to the possibilities of talking about his underage years and those parties he attended.

He is not talking specific people yet, but is talking about his attendance.

Zac Efron

Friends are a little worried for this former A list tween/teen Disney actor turned A-/B+ list adult actor.

He has been crazy about collecting snuff films as of late and seems obsessed with them.

Zac Efron

Zac Efron Had Trouble Separating Himself From Ted Bundy In Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, And Vile

Zac Efron will always be known for breaking into song as teen heartthrob Troy Bolton in the High School Musical movies, Link Larkin in Hairspray, or alongside Hugh Jackman and Zendaya in The Greatest Showman, among his other acting projects. Getting the catchy showtunes of his past out of his head was nothing compared to playing his darkest role yet, serial killer Ted Bundy.

During the recent London premiere of Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, And Vile, the actor opened up about how portraying Bundy became a challenge due to its sinister subject. In his words:

“I’ve never played a role in which I really have to separate myself from [him] when I go home at night, and it was almost impossible. I’d like to say that I did it successfully, but I couldn’t.”

It’s no surprise that getting into the frame of mind to play a serial killer would mess with one’s head a bit, and Zac Efron experienced this firsthand while working on his upcoming Netflix project. The drama chronicles the crimes of the infamously attractive Bundy, who later confessed to 30 homicides he committed across the United States in the ‘70s.- Source