THR Heat Index
Tracking the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman
The Paranormal Activity 3 directors' first big feature delivers the franchise's top opening weekend at $52.6 million domestic, more than the rest of the Top 10 combined.
DOWN: David Hill
The Fox Sports chief is enduring flat World Series ratings (13.5 million viewers), which sting even more because the games have disrupted momentum for a strong crop of new shows like New Girl and The X Factor.
UP: Steven Spielberg
Great initial reviews of The Adventures of Tintin silence skeptics ahead of the 3D motion-capture film's Oct. 26 rollout in Europe.
DOWN: Lindsay Lohan
A few months ago, the troubled actress hired new reps and was prepping a comeback film. Now she's back in court and agreeing to pose nude in Playboy. What happened?
UP: Take-Two Interactive (TTWO)
The company tweets that Grand Theft Auto V is on the way. The previous GTA took in $500 million in its first week.
DOWN: DreamWorks Animation (DWA)
BTIG analyst lowers price target because "creative output is not monetizing anywhere near historic norms."