James Hetfield, the lead singer of the rock band Metallica, for the first time play in a movie. The singer will appear in “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile”, a film about the life of serial killer Ted Bundy, played by Zac Efron. Messages Deadline and Rolling Stone.
The rocker plays Bob Hayward, the first police officer who the serial killer is arrested. Hayward and arrested Him for traffic violations and discovered a number of suspicious tools in his car. The agent decided to continue to investigate.
The 54-year-old Metallica frontman granted previously contributed to various series and movies, including the Showtime series “Billions”. This, however, he was always seen as himself, or he spoke in a voice in of a animatiepersonage. This is the first time that he was in a film will be shown. He previously worked together with director Joe Berlinger to the Metallica documentary “Some kind of Monster”. “I have hundreds of hours spent with James and the rest of Metallica,” said Berlinger in a statement. “Because of this, I have his charisma and powerful presence of close experience. It seems to me, therefore, that he is also credible can convey in a dramatic role.”
In addition to Hetfield and Efron will also have Lily Collins, Jim Parsons, and John Malkovich in the film. It is not yet known when the film, which is currently being recorded, in the cinema. Ted Bundy murdered in the 70s, some thirty young women and abused a number of them before and after their death.