Not her actual eyes, though, those are pretty haunting too!
Lana Del Rey's song Big Eyes from the upcoming Tim Burton flick has been released, and it is magical! But not in a glittery magic kind of way.
The film is about Margaret Keane, who was known for her big eyed children paintings in the 1950s and ‘60s.
The song Big Eyes plays about halfway through the movie, but we have a peek at it before the Christmas film debut.
Hit ‘Play' (above) and be haunted by LDR's crooning!
We hope the fact that this information was NOT supposed to be public knowledge doesn't hinder this possible changing of the guards in this storied franchise!
More hacked emails from Sony have been released and one exchange between Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal and former executive vice president of production for Columbia Pictures Elizabeth Cantillon revealed some awesome possible news regarding The Wire actor Idris Elba.
And Idris potentially becoming the next James Bond after whenever Daniel Craig decides to step down from the iconic role!
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Here's what Amy's email said
DAMN! This is a historical period we can TOTALLY get behind!
Kate Winslet stars in the upcoming A Little Chaos where she plays Madame Sabine De Barra, a candidate up for consideration to become the landscape architect of the Palace of Versailles.
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The flick was directed by none other than Alan Rickman, who also stars as King Louis XIV, and it looks like it's gonna be a full of tragedy, love, sexytimes, and flowers.
Seriously, there looks like there's gonna be a lot of floral shots in this film!
Ch-ch-check out Kate in the trailer (above)!!!
Remember when Will Ferrell was dressed up like Justin Bieber?
Well, now we get to see that costume in action!
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The trailer for the funnyman's and Kevin Hart's new flick Get Hard has been released, and we are cracking up!
Whoever made this laugh-happy duo a silver screen reality deserves a raise!
In the trailer, rich exec Will gets tips from Kevin about how to survive a maximum security prison, and hilarity ensues!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and get excited for the release in 2015!
Sony and The Interview aren't the only movie-related topics making headlines this week.
That's because the parents of the man who is accused of shooting up the Aurora, CO, movie theater during the Dark Knight Rises premiere have decided what they want for their son.
Robert and Arlene Holmes believe that their 27-year-old son should be institutionalized for the rest of his life because they say his crime was an act of insanity.
Earlier today, President Obama remarked that he thought Sony made a mistake in pulling The Interview from theaters.
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Now, Sony CEO Michael Lynton has issued his own response, and claims that the company had no other option but to pull the movie as a direct result of theaters refusing to show it: