Feb 13: That’s Entertainment!

Entertainment Editors

* At long last, George Lucas is releasing the original Star Wars trilogy to DVD. Out Sept. 21, the new four-disc set holds the promise of “making-of” documentaries, interviews, and, of course, the Force.

* In an effort to turn the tide of public scrutiny from exposing herself during Super Bowl halftime show, Janet Jackson is set to record a song about the ordeal for her new album. Whether or not it makes it onto the forthcoming release, it is sure to be a titillating piece.

* Having assisted U2 with most of their albums, Steve Lillywhite is set to follow suit and produce the band’s new album, set to come out later this year. However, unlike the majority of their records, it will be the first time Lillywhite has solely produced them since 1982.

* As predicted by every critic under the sun, the 46th Annual Grammy Awards were very generous to Beyoncé Knowles. Winning such enthralling categories as “Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals” and “Best Contemporary R&B Album,” the awards are further proof that Destiny’s Child is all but toast.

* In other Grammy news, alt-rock masters Foo Fighters won the award for “Best Rock Album” for the second time in their career. Going against such mind-blowing acts as Evanescence, Matchbox Twenty and Nickelback, the award was really anyone’s call.