A morning mix of entertainment headlines...

Travolta and Preston at “The Savages” premiere. (DANNY MOLOSHOK/REUTERS)

For the first time since his masseuse controversy, John Travolta walked a red carpet in Los Angeles, and he brought wife Kelly Preston with him. Prior to the premiere of Travolta’s “The Savages,” the couple posed for multiple photographs in which they kissed and demonstrated their affection for one another. They did not pause for interviews, which allowed Travolta to avoid questions about the withdrawn sexual battery lawsuits, as well as a newly filed federal lawsuit in which a former Royal Caribbean cruise worker says Travolta made unwanted sexual advances toward him. As part of “The Savages” promotional blitz, Travolta is scheduled to appear on “The Late Show with David Letterman” later this week. Here’s another photo of the red carpet Travolta/Preston love fest.(E! Online)


Chris Brown and Drake, alleged nightclub adversaries, have been offered $1 million to engage in a pay-per-view boxing match, according to the New York Daily News. Of course, Brown’s rep tells the News that he has “never heard of the offer,” but boxing promoter Don Feldman said the invitation stands and that he’d like Rihanna to be the ring girl. Because that wouldn’t be inappropriate or anything. (New York Daily News)

Zach Galifianakis has reportedly gotten engaged to girlfriend Mary Lundberg. (Celebuzz)

Jason Lee and his wife, Cera, have welcomed a son. And guess what? His name is totally normal: It’s Sonny Lee. The boy, born June 16, is Lee’s third child. He has daughter Casper, 3, and son Pilot Inspektor, 8, from his previous relationship with Beth Riesgraf. (People)

Zooey Deschanel is apparently dating the guy who wrote the screenplay for “Dear John.” (Us Weekly)

A guy who looks like Kenny Chesney was recently kicked out of a Kenny Chesney concert for looking too much like Kenny Chesney. (WKRN)

On the third anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death yesterday, Randy Jackson visited his brother’s grave and took pictures with Michael Jackson fans, including an impersonator. The impersonator is a little creepy. (TMZ)

Aaron Sorkin apparently repeats himself a lot. Vulture demonstrated this, as does the supercut below.

The trailer for “Alex Cross” features Tyler Perry being suave and Matthew Fox looking really scary.