THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Andrew Garfield
Tobey who? With strong reviews and a $339 million worldwide opening for The Amazing Spider-Man, audiences clearly have embraced the lanky Brit as the new Peter Parker.
DOWN: Charlie Sheen
Anger Management ratings slide 40 percent from its premiere to 3.4 million viewers in week two -- still strong, but further erosion could jeopardize the show's future after its 10-episode trial run.
UP: Channing Tatum
Hollywood's hottest star scores big by co-financing and starring in Magic Mike, which should top $100 million at the domestic box office. That's a lot of dollar bills for his G-string.
DOWN: Laura Lancaster
NBC's head of drama programming departs the network after six years amid a string of such ratings and critical disappointments as The Playboy Club and Prime Suspect.
UP: Netflix (NFLX)
Citigroup's Mark Mahaney keeps "buy" recommendation and $130 price target on the subscription service.
DOWN: ReadlD (RLD)
Imperial Capital initiates coverage with "in-line" rating and a $14.75 price target, suggesting little upside for the 3D company over the next year.
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