By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated April 12, 2002 10:57 AM

BORN: Actress GEENA DAVIS, 46, and her (fourth) husband, physician REZA JARRAHY, 30, welcomed their first child, a daughter, Wednesday at a Los Angeles area hospital, her publicist told the Associated Press. The baby’s name and weight have yet to be disclosed, but, said the rep, “I hear the little girl is as beautiful-looking as her mom.” Also newly parented: Lilith Fair creator SARAH McLACHLAN, 34, and her drummer-husband, ASHWIN SOOD, who welcomed India Ann Sushil Sood, born on Saturday in Vancouver, British Columbia, according to a statement released Thursday by the singer’s label, Arista Records . . . SETTLED: After long legal arguments, MGM has agreed to let New Line Cinema parody its 1964 James Bond film “Goldfinger” in the title of the new “Austin Powers” sequel, which will be called “Austin Powers in Goldmember,” reports Reuters. Mike Myers, 38, stars as Powers. Part of the deal stipulates that “any future titles that may be construed as parodies of James Bond titles will be subject to MGM’s approval,” according to a joint statement from the studios (New Line, like PEOPLE, is part of AOL Time Warner) . . . SECURED: Robert De Niro’s first-ever Tribeca Film Festival will host the New York premiere of George Lucas’s “Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones” on May 12, four days before the film officially opens, reports the AP. The $500 and $1,000 tickets for the premiere will benefit the Children’s Aid Society. Meanwhile, the film’s complete script and soundtrack apparently were leaked to “Star Wars” fan Web sites over the weekend. Reps from LucasFilms have confirmed their authenticity . . . JUDGED: The Wall Street Journal has rated the best hotel room service in the country. And the winners are (in alphabetical order): The Breakers in Palm Beach, Fla.; the Four Seasons in Seattle; and the Trump International in New York, which were cited for spoiling guests, providing flawless service and offering to upgrade guests to better rooms if the staff happens to forget their salad. Not even Mom ever did that.