Many sectors of the economy are still struggling, but Hollywood studios are sure doing fine. Comcast (which now owns NBC Universal) saw its stock rise by 52 percent since the end of last year, and Walt Disney was up nearly 40 percent. Meanwhile News Corp. (parent company of Fox and FX) was up 37.4 percent and CBS (lucky owner of the freakishly profitable Two and a Half Men franchise) saw a 35.2% stock uptick. Apparently, investors are super excited about new Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon distribution and business models, The Hollywood Reporter discovered. The one outlier: Sony, whose movie and entertainment divisions were unable to offset large losses in its tech divisions, causing its stock to plummet 35.1%.