To honor Walker's memory

Cody and Caleb Walker, who acted as stand-ins for their late brother, Paul Walker, in the blockbuster actioner Furious 7, want the film to be worthy of Paul's legacy. The latest entry in the Fast & Furious franchise, which opens Friday, was still in production when Paul died in a car crash.

"I haven't seen the film in full. I've seen bits and pieces," Cody tells E! News. "To be honest, I'm a little nervous to see the completed project from an emotional standpoint."

Added Cody, "So far, from what I've heard and seen, I think Paul would be proud."

Report: Portia & Ellen over

Despite repeated denials, reports persist that celebdom's premiere lesbian couple, Ellen DeGeneres and spouse Portia de Rossi, have split up in all but name. The National Enquirer - which boasts that one of its undercover operatives ( whoa!) conducted "an exclusive, weeklong investigation" into the couple - says Ellen, 57, only pretends she's still living with Portia. She often is seen driving away from their West Hollywood manse to a pad of her own. A divorce might plunge the pair into an all-out war over their $220 mil fortune.

Bethenny: TV not for kids!

She was pretty much a TV staple when she was a baby, but don't expect Bethenny Frankel's daughter, Bryn Hoppy, who turns 5 on May 8, to be on the Real Housewives of New York City. Bethenny, 44, who will be back on the reality show when it returns April 7, won't subject her cub to the circus.

"Kids with microphones on them, it's not natural," Bethenny tells USA Today, denying reports that it was the child's dad, Jason Hoppy, who made the decision.

Gossip petits fours

Hurt Locker star Jeremy Renner and estranged wife Sonni Pacheco have reached a divorce settlement after a bitter custody dispute. TMZ says that they'll share custody of their 2-year-old daughter, Ava, and that Jeremy will pay Sonni $13,000 a month in child support. . . . The stepchildren of non-celeb civilian Kim Howe, who died Feb. 7 in a three-car accident, are filing a wrongful-death suit against Bruce Jenner, who sparked the event when his car slammed into Howe's Lexus. . . . Lil' Wayne may be facing a lawsuit from a man allegedly assaulted by the star's bodyguards at a concert last month in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., TMZ reports. . . . Harvey Weinstein on Wednesday refused to comment to TMZ about allegations he groped a model. The prolific Hollywood genius has previously denied he assaulted Ambra Battilana, 22. New York police are investigating.

Brad, Angelina face fears

People mag says Brad Pitt cut short business trips to spend every moment with Angelina Jolie Pitt, 39, when she underwent preventive surgery to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after another cancer scare.

Tests have proved she's cancer-free, but doctors deemed the procedure wise.

Those dastardly Kardashians!

Former Kardashian nanny Pam Behan's scandalous tell-all memoir, Malibu Nanny: The True Adventures of the Former Kardashian Nanny, is being developed as a cable TV movie, says RadarOnline. The book portrays Kris Jenner and her K-girls as heartless, fame-hungry opportunists. So, what else is new?