A morning mix of entertainment headlines...

Lindsay Lohan. (POOL/REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian)

Gallagher is out of the medically induced coma he was placed in last week after suffering a heart attack. The comedian’s promotional manager told the AP he’s awake and telling jokes. It’s unclear how long the watermelon-smasher will be hospitalized. (Associated Press)

21 Jump Street” topped the weekend box office with $35 million, knocking “The Lorax” into second place. “John Carter” fell to third, adding only $13.5 million to bring its meager revenue total to $53.2 million earned. (Associated Press)

Rosie O’Donnell’s talk show on OWN, a program that was supposed to mark her comeback to the gab-and-grin format, has been canceled. The last episode will be taped March 20, for airing on March 30.

In case you’re wondering exactly what went wrong with “The Rosie Show,” the Daily Beast has an interesting postmortem. Spoiler alert: It’s depressing. (The Hollywood Reporter; The Daily Beast)

Mr. and Mrs. Smith show a little PDA, after the jump.

As further proof that their marriage is “in tact,” Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith kissed for the Kiss-Cam during a Philadelphia 76ers game over the weekend. (People)

Jerry Lewis celebrated his 86th birthday over the weekend in New York City. (Lifeline Live)

George Clooney’s current girlfriend Stacy Keilber is reportedly in talks to join the “X Factor,” maybe as the host. (Page Six)

Watch new trailers for “Snow White and the Huntsman” and “Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter” below.