Chad Michael Murray plays Ted Bundy in Voltage Pictures’ forthcoming spine chiller film American Boogeyman. Getting through the mainstream society stratosphere with One Tree Hill, Murray immediately discovered a seat in the class of 2000s youngster heart breakers. He later loaned his abilities to more obscure characters, most as of late getting back to The CW to channel dreadful clique pioneer Edgar Evernever on Riverdale. The film brags an untold point of view on the infamous story, zeroing in on the dauntless analyst and youngster FBI profiler who drove the manhunt for Bundy during the 1970s.
Screen Daily reports that the entertainer plays chronic executioner Ted Bundy in the forthcoming film American Boogeyman. American Boogeyman as of now has a release date through Fathom Events, set to debut in U.S. theaters on August 16. In the mean time, Voltage and Dark Star Pictures will deal with downstream rights, with a projected September debut. Voltage Pictures president and COO Jonathan Deckter elucidated the projecting decision with an assertion:
“Murray is so skilled and expertly catches Bundy’s appeal and enchanting nature, qualities that the infamous executioner misused to win the trust of his casualties just as society. It’s phenomenal to keep working with the exceptionally talented Lucas and Dan on this component and carry drawing in stories to the screen.”
The Dan he alludes to is Daniel Farrands (The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson), who sits in charge of the undertaking as author and chief. Voltage Pictures tied down the worldwide rights to his thrill ride, which is as of now in after creation. Murray drives the cast, which additionally outstandingly incorporates Lin Shaye (the Insidious establishment) and Holland Roden (MTV’s Teen Wolf).
Murray is not really the main realized name to loan their charms to Bundy. NCIS star Mark Harmon was one of the initial renowned entertainers to venture into the executioner’s point of view for a 1986 TV miniseries. The Stranger Beside Me tapped Billy Campbell to assume the insidious part in 2000. Most as of late, Zac Efron procured monstrous consideration for playing Bundy in Netflix’s 2019 Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. In light of past castings, one thing’s reasonable; matching a star name with Bundy’s is a certain route for American Boogeyman to stand out enough to be noticed.