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 Kanye West's free show with Lupe Fiasco and Common, casting news regarding the Paul Rudd comedy "My Idiot Brother" and plans for the anniversary of Michael Jackson's death lead the way.
Kanye West Plays Free Private Concert For Chicago High Schools
For the third year in a row, the Kanye West Foundation held its end-of-the-school-year "Stay in School" event, which featured West, Lupe Fiasco and Common performing a free concert for Chicago high school students who maintain excellent grades. West visited Farragut Career Academy, John Marshall Metropolitan and Percy L. Julian High School for mini-concerts at each location.
Zooey Deschanel, Rashida Jones Join Paul Rudd For "My Idiot Brother"
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Zooey Deschanel, Rashida Jones, Elizabeth Banks and Emily Mortimer have all joined the cast of "My Idiot Brother." The comedy will be directed by great music video director Jesse Peretz (Foo Fighters' "Big Me," the Roots' "The Seed 2.0") and stars Paul Rudd in the titular role.
Forest Lawn Cemetery Says Fans Will Have Access On Anniversary Of Michael Jackson's Death
The Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California announced that Michael Jackson fans will have access to the grounds to pay their respects and memorialize the singer on the one year anniversary of his death on June 25. Though they will be able to access the grounds, the actual mausoleum where the King of Pop rests will not be open to the public.