Tim Burton's New Film 'Big Eyes' Set for Christmas Day 2014 Release

May 1, 2014
Source: @ERCboxoffice

Tim Burton's Big Eyes

Briefly: How will you spend your Christmas Day? How about snuggling up with loved ones at the cinema for the latest Tim Burton movie. That's the plan for 2014, as The Weinstein Company has scheduled Burton's latest, titled Big Eyes, for release on December 25th, Christmas Day, 2014. The film stars Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams as real-life artists Walter and Margaret Keane, who became famous in the 1960's with their wide-eyed depictions of women and children. This was shot last summer mostly in/around British Columbia for a much lower budget than Burton's Dark Shadows, and this release date seems to indicate it might be more family oriented than some of his other recent work. With the release now 7 months away, we expect to see a trailer and poster hit sometime soon. Stay tuned for updates on the latest Tim Burton movie.

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  • C.j. Irving
    I LOVE Tim Burton's film making! I'm already SOLD!!
  • Cocaino Weaver
    A Tim Burton movie without Johnny Depp? Oh yeah the end has truly come.
  • Jon Odishaw
    I don't understand why people love him so much. I've tried but he makes the same movie over and over and it's always mediocre.
  • Brian Sleider
    Cool, another flop fest from this crappy film maker. At least Depp isn't in it.
  • DavideCoppola
    This could be really good! Look forward to seeing Christoph Waltz in a Tim Burton film!
  • Jasmine
    Burton's movies aren't for everyone, I get that. But freaking LOVE his movies, ther are NOT all the same. They're just not easy to appreciate. I cant wait to make my parents take me to see this-they don't get his movies either...




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