Morning Links: Demi Lovato & Ryan Phillippe Dating, Official Trailer for ‘Dark Knight’ Released

● Whether their romance is “hot and heavy” or “they were just hooking up,” the fact remains that Ryan Phillippe, at 36, is exactly twice Demi Lovato’s age. [Us] ● There’s been an up-tic in graffiti this past year and officials can’t tell if it’s a result of high unemployment rates, because everyone thinks they’re artists now, or because maybe kids will be kids. [NYT] ● Spike Jonze’s new Beastie Boys video is all action figures, only a little bit about the song, “Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win,” and actually pretty awesome. [BeastieBoys]

● Already incarcerated on gun charges, Ja Rule might be seeing two more years for tax evasion. “I didn’t know how to deal with these finances, and I didn’t have people to guide me, so I made mistakes,” he said in regards to several years worth of unfiled taxes. [NYP] ● A Queens teen died from injuries after being struck by a car carrying NBA star and adopted Kardashian Lamar Odom. “My thoughts and prayers are with the young boys family,” tweeted Odom. [NYDN] ● You didn’t spend your last pennies on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows did you? Because it’s time to start thinking about how The Dark Knight is going to end. The first official trailer for the final segment: [EW]

Links: Roman Polanski Friends & Foes, Jessica Alba Gets Focked

● Did you hear Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian aren’t really married? Oh wait, yeah they are. [TMZ, People] ● Speaking of the wedded couple, OK! isn’t too happy with them after having to fork over an additional $50,000 (on top of their $250,000 for exclusive wedding photos) in order to buy back the paparazzi shots of the couple. [NYPost] ● It only took one day for the “Free Roman Polanski” backlash to happen; although filmmakers like Woody Allen, David Lynch, and Martin Scorsese are for his release, French director Luc Besson and the Polish Prime Minister think that the man who made Chinatown isn’t above the law. [Timesonline]

● Jessica Alba is set to star in the third installment of Meet the Fockers as a “pharmaceutical rep whose looks wreak havoc on the male characters.” [RiskyBusinessBlog] ● Kristin Cavallari has some standards — that’s why she declined being another notch on John Mayer’s well worn belt. [People] ● Rose McGowan and Robert Rodriguez have called it quits; the couple no one remembers were engaged has broken up. [Radar]

Links: Courtney Love + Hugo Chavez, Lindsay Lohan’s Carjacking

● Is Courtney Love angling to be Mrs. Hugo Chavez? The singer was certainly impressed by the charm he turned on at the premiere for Oliver Stone’s documentary about the Venezuelan president. [NYDailyNews] ● The helicopters present at Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom’s wedding disrupted actor Danny DeVito’s quiet Sunday night, and he let everyone in the Twitterverse know. [Twitter] ● Speaking of: It should come as no surprise that there was a “Hollywood nightclub” theme to Khloe and Lamar’s wedding reception. No word on if Lindsay Lohan was there to give it an “authentic” club feel. [People]

● Seth Rogen fulfilled one of his dreams by writing and acting in the season opening episode of The Simpsons, saying about the experience that he “can die a happy man now.” [Stuff] ● New week, new Lindsay Lohan drama. The man who rented to Lohan a series of high-end cars (think Bentley and Rolls Royce) is after the $12K he says she owes. [TMZ] ● Movie legend Tony Curtis reveals in his latest autobiography, which seems like his 10th, that Marilyn Monroe was pregnant with his child but miscarried during the filming of Some Like It Hot. [DailyMail]

Links: Khloe Kardashian Wedding, Mackenzie Phillips’ Family Secret

● Despite what Perez Hilton reported via his Twitter, Jaclyn Smith of Charlie’s Angels fame did not try to kill herself in Honduras. [Twitter, ET] ● Khloe Kardashian may or may not be getting married to Lamar Odom this weekend, but at least her mom Kris approves, saying quickie weddings are “romantic,” and adding that’s how she and Bruce Jenner did it. [Us] ● Kevin Federline is finally going to do something about that K-Fat moniker by joining his first baby mama, Shar Jackson, on Celebrity Fit Club. [TMZ]

● Fidel Castro might be a communist dictator, but that doesn’t mean he can’t enjoy the tunes of Latin singing sensation Juanes, calling his concert “extraordinary.” [ColombiaReports] ● Did the New York Times just leak that Philip Seymour Hoffman will star in the Let the Right One In remake? [NYT] ● That big family secret Mackenzie Phillips is set to reveal on today’s Oprah might be the fact that in a drug-induced blackout, she had sex with her dad, Mamas and the Papas founder John Phillips. [People]