ACTOR Al Pacino was back on the Greenwich Village set of his new movie less than 24 hours after picking up his Oscar. Crew members sporting baseball caps shouted out to him, and passers-by applauded the actor every time he emerged from his trailer. He is filming the Brian De Palma-directed Carlito's Way, with Sean Penn and Penelope Ann Miller. TALK is that Billy Crystal's Oscar stint was his last. But he said one of his best Hollywood moments was backstage when Federico Fellini told him he was one of the greatest car drivers around. ''He thought the show was like a car and I was the best driver.'' JULIAN Lloyd Webber, the cello-playing brother of the popular composer Sir Andrew, has scathingly described fans of his sibling's work as cretins. In an interview with Classical Music Magazine, Julian, 41, declared: ''If I go somewhere to play the Shostakovich or the Honegger concertos, the last thing I want to hear is some cretin banging on about whether or not I like Starlight Express.'' MADONNA is said to be talking with Arden about marketing her own perfume. The aroma? New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams suggests ''something that smells like young boys''. OPERA singer Rolf Bjorling died of heart failure at his home in Stockholm, Sweden. He was 64. Bjorling started his career in the United States in the 1950s. He sang with the German Opera in Berlin in the early 1960s, then joined the Royal Opera in Stockholm, where he worked for 20 years. WALLACE Stegner, 84, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1972 for Angle Of Repose and the National Book Award five years later for The Spectator Bird, was in guarded condition after being moved from intensive care at a Santa Fe hospital in New Mexico. The novelist was injured on Sunday in a car crash. BATMAN film director Tim Burton and his wife, Lena, have filed divorce papers in a Los Angeles court. The two, married just over three years, cite those dreaded ''irreconcilable differences''.