Meryl Streep donates $10K to school on behalf of Viola Davis; Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyonce to star in Ryan Murphy musical

February 29, 2012

Meryl Streep is congratulated by Violet Davis before accepting the Oscar. (Mark J. Terrill/AP)

Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon and Cameron Diaz will star in a Ryan Murphy-directed/co-written musical comedy, “One Hit Wonders.” The film, about three washed up pop stars who form a super group, will also star Beyonce and feature music by Andy Samberg and the Lonely Island. (Deadline)

Whitney Houston’s death will be ruled an accident, a source tells E! News. (E!)

The National Association of Theatre Owners will recommend theaters give “Bully,” a documentary that followed bullied kids for one school year, an NC-17 rating if the Weinstein Co. releases the film without a rating. The Weinstein Co. lost an appeal with the MPAA to change the rating from R to PG-13. (Deadline)

A marriage confirmation, after the jump.

Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied are in fact married, according to jeweler Jamie Wolf, who told Us Weekly she created their rings. Apparently, jewelers like to blab about their famous clients’ engagements. (Us Weekly)

Kelsey Grammer and ex-wife Camille have reportedly reached an amicable custody settlement. (People)

Snooki of “Jersey Shore” grossness is expecting a child, according to Page Six. The reality star denied she was pregnant earlier this month. (PageSix)

Zach Galifianakis gives an E! reporter a hard time the Oscars. (HuffPost)

Watch Jon Hamm and Jared Harris talk about the upcoming season of “Mad Men” while giving absolutely nothing away, below:

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