BEST-SELLING author Tom Clancy has vowed to quit Paramount Pictures unless Australian Phil Noyce is axed as director of the film of his new work. Noyce has been signed to direct Clancy's Clear and Present Danger following his work on the author's other thriller, Patriot Games. The outspoken Clancy has branded the Australian ''a B-grade movie director''. ROLF Harris stormed straight into the British pop charts at Number Nine yesterday with his cover version of the Led Zeppelin hit Stairway to Heaven. The 62-year-old Australian, with his wobble-board backing and cries of ''sing-along'', hadn't even heardof the song before he was asked to perform it on TV in Australia. He admitted he was amazed at the response to the record. HOLLYWOOD has plans for a Look Who's Talking 3 this year. John Travolta and Kirstie Alley have signed for the latest instalment which will see Mollie (Alley) lose her job while James (Travolta) is a successful airline pilot. AMERICA'S favourite cartoon family The Simpsons has made the move to comic books. Matt Groening's trademark black humour will be evident as the first edition follows the adventures of costumed crusader Bartman and his battle to save Radioactive Man. OFF-SCREEN lovers Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger will star in a remake of the 1972 hit The Getaway, which featured the highly successful husband and wife team of Steve McQueen and Ali McGraw. Baldwin will recreate McQueen's role as a master thief who will do anything to get out of prison. DUSTIN Hoffman is in final negotiations to make his directorial debut with a movie called Little Big League. The script is about an 11-year-old who inherits his grandfather's baseball team.