According to the Hollywood Reporter, Lana Del Rey sign two songs on the soundtrack of “Big Eyes”, the next film by Tim Burton.
After “Young and Beautiful” in “The Great Gatsby” and “Once upon a Dream” from “Evil” Lana Del Rey is about to collaborate again with the seventh art. In fact, the Hollywood Reporter that the singer understands the depressive tendencies could sign not one but two songs on the new and highly anticipated film by Tim Burto: “Big Eyes”. Producer Tim Karaszewski was even given to the site and he said that the eccentric director “showed him the movie and fell in love.” The little lucky!
Suddenly, the young woman co-wrote two songs: “Big Eyes” (with Daniel Heath) and “I Can Fly” (with Rick Nowels), which will appear on the soundtrack of the expected movie in US theaters, the December 24 and French cinemas on 25 March.
The producer is delighted with the work of Lana Del Rey and believes that the title track “Big Eyes”, “perfectly expresses what Margaret feels, it’s like a monologue of his inner thoughts.” For those who are not yet aware of the synopsis, the film tells the story of the painter Walter Keane (Christopher Waltz) and his wife Margaret (Amy Adams). The action takes place in the 50s and 60s and the two artists through a difficult period after known success through their portrait of children with big eyes.
The producer adds, “everything revolves around a woman who is not his way.” A little history Lana Del Rey who sees his career stagnate after the release of his third album “Ultraviolence”, which unfortunately did not find the expected success with only 65,000 copies sold. The interpreter of “West Coast”, rest assured, everything could soon change: it could be nominated for the upcoming Oscars, again according to the Hollywood Reporter very knowledgeable.