THR Heat Index
Charting the week's ups and downs in the business of entertainment.
UP: Bob Greenblatt
The NBC chief's The Voice returns huge and Smash debuts to a strong 3.8 rating in the 18-to-49 demo, NBC's first nonsports win in the time slot since 2008. Can it hold the audience?
DOWN: Antonio Perez
The CEO of Kodak, which filed for bankruptcy and owes Hollywood studios millions of dollars, asks that the company's name be removed from the Oscars' theater.
UP: Sheryl Sandberg
Facebook's COO stands to make $1.6 billion from its IPO, which Forbes says would place her among the richest self-made women in America, above Meg Whitman ($1.3 billion) but below Oprah Winfrey ($2.7 billion).
DOWN: Roland Martin
The CNN analyst enrages GLAAD by tweeting, "If a dude at your Super Bowl party is hyped about David Beckham's H&M underwear ad, smack the ish out of him!"
UP: Viacom (VIAB)
After mixed quarterly results, Miller Tabak analyst David Joyce reiterates his advice to "buy" and expects the stock to hit $56 within 12 months.
DOWN: Electronic Arts (ERTS)
The video game maker reports strong quarterly earnings, but its forecast for the current quarter is below expectations.