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 don't know where the year went, but there are only 3 days until Halloween!!!
And to kick off the holiday season, what better way to celebrate than with music?
We've put together a little sampling of all the songs and music videos that you should totally have on your scary playlist this year!
So without further ado, let's have Michael Jackson kick off the festivities with Thriller:
Jeepers creepers…Where'd you get those peepers?!
Amy Adams' new flick, directed by Tim Burton, is all about looking into the soul through a set of Big Eyes - and it looks amazing!
This film tells the true story of kooky artist Margaret Keane, who would paint children's portraits with oversized eyes!
This inneresting movie also features a conniving Christoph Waltz, Krysten Ritter, and Jason Schwartzman, and comes out Christmas Day!
We can't predict the future, but Oscar buzz seems eminent for Amy in this one!
Ch-ch-check out the artistic magic (above)!
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The Tim Burton-produced Alice In Wonderland: Through The Looking Glass is set for principal photography this week, which means the cast is on lock.
Among the celebrities bringing their talents back to Wonderland are Anne Hathaway, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and Mia Wasikowska.
The sequel to Disney's 2010 live-action feature is set for release in May of 2016, so it's still going to be a while until we get to see what the interesting cast of characters is up to.
This isn't just an honest trailer, this is a brutally honest trailer.
Remember that one Planet of the Apes reboot with Mark Wahlberg? Yeah, we're trying to forget it too.
Aside from having one of the most illogical, laughable endings in film history, this movie has so many more awful moments that thankfully the good people over at ScreenJunkies are here to remind us of!
Ch-ch-check out their honest trailer that you will want to watch (unless you're Tim Burton)…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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