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What sucked in 2013: Watts started the year off great. She earned her second Academy Award nomination for "The Impossible," what followed was not so great. A week after she got an Oscar boost, her mom/son/romance switching drama "Adore" earned horrible reviews at the Sundance Film Festival. In fact, HitFix even interviewed her in Park City about the film and you can certainly tell she wasn't thrilled to be there. She fared no better during the second half of the year when her Princess Diana biopic "Diana" earned even worse reviews than "Adore." The British drama was so bad it bombed on both sides of the Atlantic.
What could turn things around in 2014: Anything has to be better than 2013. Next year Watts appears opposite Melissa McCarthy and Bill Murray in "St. Vincent De Van Nuys," Alejandro González Iñárritu's comedy "Birdman" alongside Emma Stone and in Noah Baumbach's new dramedy "While We're Young" with Ben Stiller and Amanda Seyfried.