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 about Eminem and Jay-Z's performance on top of the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater for "The Late Show with David Letterman," the restrictions on Michael Jackson memorials and the cast of M. Night Shyamalan's next film project lead the way.
Michael Jackson Fans Face Restrictions Over Memorials
The one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death is coming up this Friday, June 25, but fans seeking to memorialize the late singer at his final resting place in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California are facing strict guidelines. Fans will be allowed on the grounds but will not be permitted to go near the mausoleum (where Jackson's body is). They will also not be allowed to let loose doves, release balloons or perform songs or dance routines.
Eminem And Jay-Z Hit The Roof For "The Late Show With David Letterman"
On the day of his new album's release, Eminem headed to the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform with friend and collaborator Jay-Z. The duo performed three songs, which will air on this Friday's (June 25) episode of "The Late Show With David Letterman."
Bruce Willis, Bradley Cooper Sign On To Next M. Night Shyamalan Film
Though his new blockbuster "The Last Airbender" opens next week, director M. Night Shyamalan is already getting a cast together for his next project. "The Hangover" star Bradley Cooper, Gwyneth Paltrow and Bruce Willis are all "loosely attached" to headline Shyamalan's new movie (the title and plot details of which remain mysterious).