THR Heat Index
Charting the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Leslie Moonves
The mogul celebrates a 52-week stock high for CBS, the second-best performer on the S&P 500 since the market hit bottom in 2009.
DOWN: Eddie Murphy
The actor's A Thousand Words, which reportedly cost about $70 million to make, scores a rare zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and flops with a poor $6.2 million opening.
UP: Wes Anderson
The director scores the opening-night slot at the Cannes Film Festival for his dramedy Moonrise Kingdom. Can it replicate the success of last year's opener, Midnight in Paris?
DOWN: Rebekah Brooks
The former News International chief and Murdoch confidante is arrested for a second time as part of the widening phone-hacking probe in the U.K.
UP: Carmike Cinemas (CKEC)
Theater owner's fourth-quarter revenue gain of 3 percent to $120 million and $1.7 million net income exceeded expectations.
DOWN: Pandora Media (P)
After the web radio company's lackluster quarter, BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield reiterates its stock is worth just $3.75 a share.
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