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Biggest Hit: "True Grit," $171.2 million
Latest Miss: "Ender's Game," $61.7 million
What's next: "3 Days to Kill," "Barely Lethal," "Can A Song Save Your Life?"
Why they are on the hot seat: Steinfeld has had only three major releases in her career, so this may all appear a tad premature. However, red flags went up when Seinfeld's first headlining gig, "Romeo and Juliet," barely got released and earned just $1.1 million last Fall. It was followed up by "Ender's Game," another major disappointment. She's booked a number of indie films that haven't been released yet, but only "Barely Lethal" (which doesn't appear to have a distributor) finds her as the leading lady. She's working a lot - which is smart - but whether she'll ever transition to a real movie star remains to be seen.
- Gregory Ellwood