‘Big Eyes’ Stars Amy Adams As 60’s Famed Artist Margaret Keane.

‘Big Eyes’ Stars Amy Adams As 60’s Famed Artist Margaret Keane.

This Christmas Hollywood’s favorite red head, Amy Adams turns blonde to play famed 60’s artist Margaret Keane, in The Weinstein Company film, Big Eyes. The true story covers the success, fraud and ultimate divorce of painters Margaret and Walter keane (played by Christoph Waltz), who became famous for paintings of small children with very large eyes in the fifties and sixties. Adams portrays the talented Margaret who was pushed out of the lime light by her husband, who didn’t believe anyone would buy painting by a “lady” – leaving fans to the belief that it was Walter who did all the painting.

Big Eyes Official Trailer

The Tim Burton directed film hits theaters on Christmas day and stars Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz, Danny Huston, Krysten Ritter, Jason Schwartzman and Terence Stamp. Amy spent time with the real life Margaret Keane, who still paints today in her 80’s, for the role.

We expect the movie will bring a resurgence of interest in the once familiar style of paintings for both former fans and newcomers alike. Get ready for those “Big Eyes”.

On the music side of things, director Tim Burton called on singer Lana Del Rey to record two songs for the film; the title track “Big Eyes” and “I Can Fly”. Check out the preview of “Big Eyes” by Lana below:

Studio: ©2014 The Weinstein Co.
Directed by: Tim Burton
Produced by: Tim Burton, Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski, Lynette Howell
Written by: Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski

Visit – Big Eyes Official

Photo: ©2014 The Weinstein Co.

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