The numbers are in and the big question is finally answered... Well, kind of!
Was The Interview a success?
So, how much, exactly, did it make for Sony?
Much like the first male masseuse to accuse John Travolta of sexual assault and battery, the Royal Caribbean cruise line employee's case against the actor may crumble before a judge ever issues a ruling.
Fabian Zanzi made claims that Travolta asked him for a neck massage, then stripped down and offered $12,000 for some sex on the down low, but his initial incident report says differently.
In fact, there is no mention of anything too dirty, but it still is kind of weird. After asking for and recieving a short neck massage from Zanzi, Travolta "told him he was a beautiful person and invited him to return to visit him later that night."
We would think that an incident report would include any of the full frontal nudity that Zanzi most recently described, but "invited him to return to vist him later that night" still sounds pretty inappropriate to us. If anything, the incident report at least makes Travolta's advances sound a little more subtle.
Maybe he does have some game after all! LOL!
As far as Marty Singer is concerned, this evidence exhonerates his movie star client and explained:
"The incident report now confirms Mr. Zanzi fabricated his story about my client. He never stated that my client did anything wrong. Obviously, if he had engaged in any inappropriate conduct he would have reported it to his supervisors."
Either way, Travolta should just start hitting on people who aren't paid to serve him. We're sure there were a lot of people on that cruise who would have been willing to give Danny Zuko a neck massage!
[Image via WENN.]