THR Heat Index
Charting the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Julia Louis-Dreyfus
The Veep star scores her 13th Emmy nomination, tying Lucille Ball as the most-nominated comedic actresses ever. (She's won twice, for Seinfeld and The New Adventures of Old Christine.)
DOWN: Rupert Murdoch
Amid the hacking scandal, the News Corp. mogul steps down from a number of boards overseeing his print newspapers, further distancing himself from the publishing business he once cherished.
UP: Anne Hathaway
A sassy performance as Catwoman in the megagrossing Dark Knight Rises draws strong reviews, erasing memories of last fall's flop One Day and the Oscars co-hosting debacle.
DOWN: Fred Willard
Fired by PBS after getting arrested for lewd conduct in an adult movie theater, the 70-something actor at least wins points for tweeting a funny response: "Lousy film."
Morgan Stanley says "bears are overlooking" positive trends for the mobile-games maker.
Martha Stewart (MSO)
Macy's wins an injunction that blocks J.C. Penney from selling some Stewart products.