THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
Mylo Xyloto, the band's third album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, breaks a global iTunes record by selling 500,000 downloads in a week.
DOWN: Bob and Jeanne Berney
The execs exit upstart distributor FilmDistrict, which they helped found in September 2010, after disappointing box office for fall films Drive and The Rum Diary.
UP: Charlie Collier
The AMC chief enjoys a 4.4 million-viewer bow for Hell on Wheels despite mixed reviews. The Western is selling well in such overseas markets as Australia and Latin America.
DOWN: Hilary Swank
Fallout from the Oscar winner's trip to Chechnya continues as she's let go by PR firm 42West amid clashes over how to handle the scandal. Time for a media mea culpa?
UP: Carmike Cinemas (CKEC)
After strong quarterly earnings, Wedbush Securities bumps target price by 18 percent to $10 a share.
DOWN: Sony (SNE)
The company says it will lose more than $1 billion this fiscal year on soft sales of TV sets.