THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: David Zaslav
The Discovery CEO's 2011 pay rises to $52.4 million, up 23 percent from 2010 and topping rival moguls Philippe Dauman (Viacom), Jeffrey Bewkes (Time Warner) and Robert Iger (Disney).
DOWN: Julia Roberts
The former America's Sweetheart disappoints with an $18.1 million domestic bow for Mirror Mirror, her second straight soft opening after last summer's Larry Crowne.
UP: Jim Bell
NBC's Today executive producer brings back Meredith Vieira to counter Good Morning America's Katie Couric stunt and beats the rival ABC show by about 400,000 viewers April 2, a larger margin than on the previous two Mondays.
DOWN: Veena Sud
The Killing showrunner's season two premiere suffers a sharp ratings drop from the first-season finale that prompted many fans to swear off the AMC drama. Turns out they did.
UP: Apple (AAPL)
Zachs Investment Research expects the new iPad to "boost revenue for the current quarter."
DOWN: Zynga (ZNGA)
The maker of games for hand-held devices says about 43 million shares will be sold in a secondary offering at $12 each.