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Biggest Hit: "Les Miserables," $148 million (U.S.)
Latest Miss: "Lovelace," $356,582 (U.S.)
What's Next: Seth MacFarlane's "A Million Ways to Die in the West"
Why she's on the hot seat: Seyfried admittedly starred in the blockbuster "Les Mis" in 2012, but it's hard to argue that it reached the box-office heights it did based on her starpower. More indicative of her recent career trajectory is a string of recent high-profile flops including star-studded nuptials comedy "The Big Wedding," critically-panned kidnapping thriller "Gone" and porn biopic "Lovelace," which brought in a mere $356K theatrically in the U.S. on a $10 million budget. Luckily her forthcoming filmography includes a role in Seth MacFarlane's highly-anticipated "Ted" follow-up "A Million Ways to Die in the West," which if all goes well could help turn her fortunes around.
- Chris Eggertsen