Del Rey released the Grammy-nominated EP, Paradise (2012), to further positive reviews. In 2013, Del Rey ventured into film as she wrote, directed and starred in the short music film, Tropico (2013), and released "Young and Beautiful", the theme for The Great Gatsby (2013). Del Rey subsequently issued her sophomore major label effort, Ultraviolence (2014), to similar success as it topped the charts and spawned the hit single, "West Coast". That same year, Del Rey recorded the eponymous theme for Big Eyes (2014), which garnered her both Grammy and Golden Globe nominations. Shortly afterwards, Del Rey released the critically-acclaimed Honeymoon (2015) and Lust for Life (2017), the latter of which topped the charts in the U. S. and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album.