Kanye West On 'The Cleveland Show,' N.W.A And Freddy Krueger: Three To See

Every morning, MTV News delivers the top news stories in music, movies and pop culture hot and fresh for your reading and watching pleasure. We then bring together a trio of the biggest headlines for "Three to See," the daily digest of the top stories making noise on our site and across the Internet. This morning, stories on Miranda Cosgrove, the Flaming Lips and Steven Spielberg lead the way.

Kanye West Guest Stars On "The Cleveland Show"

On Sunday night (May 2), rapper/producer/fashion plate Kanye West made an appearance both in voice and in image on the hit animated series "The Cleveland Show," a "Family Guy" spinoff. West appeared as a rapper named Kenny West who challenged Cleveland Jr. to a battle that included some top-shelf Auto-Tuning.


N.W.A. Biopic In The Works

Screenwriter Andrea Berloff ("World Trade Center") has been charged with penning a biopic about iconic rap collective N.W.A. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film (tentatively titled "Straight Outta Compton") will follow the group's career arc from their formation through their break-up and the death of co-founder Eric "Eazy-E" Woods.

"A Nightmare On Elm Street" Scares Up Big Box Office Numbers

Freddy Krueger cut through the competition to take home the top spot at the box office this weekend. The remake of the horror classic took in $32.2 million, easily earning the top spot on the chart. Family flick "Furry Vengeance" limped its way to fifth place with $6.5 million, and the comic book adaptations "Kick-Ass" and "The Losers" continued to disappoint (though the impending release of "Iron Man 2" should change the fortunes of films based on funny books).