"Never say never and I certainly don't judge anyone who does it. But most of the characters I play are going through some kind of emotional turmoil, so my job requires me to have expression," Watts told Good Health magazine.
"If my face was froze, what right do I have to play that part? All the women who haven't anything to their faces are still able to play great roles. And some of the ones who have done something have messed it up they look freakish. "Anyway, for me it's about playing women with rich lives and the longer the life, the deeper the wrinkles."
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