John Travolta channeled his inner goombah yesterday when he flew from Hollywood to Howard Beach to kiss the ring of John Gottiâ€™s widow.
The sit-down was called to get Victoria Gottiâ€™s â€śblessingâ€ť for her sonâ€™s planned biopic, which is scheduled to start shooting in January, a production source told The Post.
The pilgrimage brought Travolta to the Queens home where the late crime boss heâ€™ll be portraying lived while ruthlessly running the Gambino crime family.
The â€śPulp Fictionâ€ť star arrived bearing tribute -- a gold gift bag -- for his meeting with the mob matriarch and other key players involved in the movie.
He was greeted with handshakes and hugs from John â€śJuniorâ€ť Gotti and several other men who were outside when he showed up at 4:30 p.m.
The group then disappeared inside Victoriaâ€™s white clapboard home for more than two hours.
The star summit must have gone well. At one point, two kids ran to a neighborâ€™s house to get more ice.
Travolta emerged from his first face-to-face meeting with the domineering Gambino queen, whose notorious hubby died in prison in 2002, shortly before 7 p.m.
Travolta showed he has a better sense of omerta than most of todayâ€™s wiseguys do -- he wouldnâ€™t say nuttinâ€™ when asked if Mamma Gotti gave him her OK.
All the star would give up was that he was at the home doing â€śresearch for the movie.â€ť
He and his movie â€śsonâ€ť Junior then took off together in a black Grand Cherokee Laredo. A source said they were headed to Long Island to have dinner with Juniorâ€™s sister, former reality-TV star Victoria Gotti.
Producer Marc Fiore was also at the confab.
â€śGotti: In the Shadow of My Father,â€ť which is being directed by Oscar winner Barry Levinson, is set to start shooting in New York City in January.
Travoltaâ€™s wife, Kelly Preston, is set to play the elder Victoria, and â€śX-Menâ€ť actor Ben Foster will play Junior.
The cast also includes â€śGodfatherâ€ť star Al Pacino as Gambino family underboss Aniello â€śNeilâ€ť Dellacroce; Lindsay Lohan as Juniorâ€™s wife, Kim; and Chazz Palminteri as the late mob boss Paul Castellano, whose infamous 1985 rub-out in front of Sparks Steak House was believed orchestrated by the elder Gotti and paved the way for his takeover of the Gambino crime family.
Junior arrived early at his momâ€™s house yesterday and was joined there by defense lawyer Charles Carnesi, who brought a box of Italian pastries.
Carnesi -- who helped Junior win three of four racketeering mistrials by arguing the mob scion quit the Mafia in 1999 -- is being considered to play himself, a source said.