The primary trailer for No Man of God, the upcoming historic drama impressed by the imprisonment and judgment of serial killer Ted Bundy, has launched its first trailer. As an alternative of specializing in the crimes and seize of the killer, No Man of God will unveil the unusual relationship between Bundy (Luke Kirby) and Invoice Hagmaier (Elijah Wooden), the FBI agent he finally confessed to.
The trailer takes us to the second after Bundy was caught and convicted. The younger Hagmaier decides to speak to the serial killer and get a confession, which might carry peace to the households of the ladies Bundy murdered and in addition push the FBI agent’s profession. However, sadly, to get a confession, Hagmaier must get near Bundy, a harmful relationship that blurs the road between proper and unsuitable.
Ted Bundy’s crimes have been already tailored to movie a number of instances, most just lately within the Zac Efron-led Extraordinarily Depraved, Shockingly Evil and Vile. No Man of God, nonetheless, tries to current a special aspect of the story by focusing totally on what occurs after the killer is behind bars. This variation of scene permits the movie to discover the killer’s psyche as an alternative of recreating his crimes. It’s an attention-grabbing strategy, and with a forged reminiscent of this, we are able to have excessive hopes it would succeed.
Directed by Amber Sealey from a script written by Package Lesser, No Man of God is produced by SpectreVision, the corporate behind Mandy, Coloration Out of Area, and A Woman Walks House Alone at Night time. No Man of God will hit theaters and VOD this August 27. Examine the brand new trailer beneath.
This is the official synopsis of No Man of God:
In 1980, Ted Bundy was sentenced to demise by electrocution. Within the years that adopted, he agreed to reveal the main points of his crimes, however solely to 1 man. No Man of God is predicated on the true story of the unusual and sophisticated relationship that developed between FBI agent Invoice Hagmaier and an incarcerated Ted Bundy within the years resulting in Bundy’s execution.
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