THR Heat Index
Charting the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Robin Roberts
The Good Morning America anchor lands a huge scoop with President Obama's same-sex-marriage interview, adding to GMA's recent momentum in its ratings battle with NBC's Today.
DOWN: Rebekah Brooks
Rupert Murdoch's former aide faces prosecution with her husband and four others for allegedly perverting justice in the widening News Corp. hacking scandal.
UP: Victor Willis
The Village People singer wins a key court ruling allowing him to take back rights to songs including "YMCA" in a case with big implications for the music business.
DOWN: Johnny Depp
Dark Shadows underwhelms with a $29.7 million domestic bow, tarnishing the A-lister's star power. Worse, critics mostly disliked the Tim Burton collaboration.
UP: Live Nation (LYV)
Miller Tabak's David Joyce reiterates "buy" and $18 long-term target after the concert firm offers strong guidance.
DOWN: Electronic Arts (EA)
The gamer forecasts a loss of 40 to 45 cents a share and sales of $500 million, disappointing analysts on both fronts.