THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Harvey Weinstein
He might have several films in the Oscar race, but Weinstein also is ramping up his TV presence, with a slew of projects, his first visit to the MIPCOM market and a new awards show for dancing.
DOWN: Tim Burton
The director's Frankenweenie opens to just $11.4 million despite decent reviews, his second 2012 disappointment after May's Dark Shadows.
UP: Queen Latifah
The actress-producer's Steel Magnolias reboot debuts to 6.5 million viewers on Lifetime, the network's third-most-watched telecast ever.
DOWN: Michael Camacho
The UTA reality TV power-agent resigns a little more than a week after his agency settles a conflict-of-interest lawsuit brought by a former client. Coincidence?
UP: Netflix (NFLX)
Morgan Stanley's Scott Devitt upgrades the subscription service, calling competition from Amazon.com's streaming-video service "overblown."
The maker of social games lowers full-year guidance due to weakness in some titles and delays in launching new ones.
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