Among those answering Hollywood casting calls:

Eddie Albert and son Edward will team for the first time in "The Girl From Mars," set to air in March on The Family Channel . . .

Shooting has begun in New York on "Missing Pieces," a comedy starring Robert ("Batman," "Tucker") Wuhl, Eric Idle and Lauren Hutton . . . Kevin Costner has reached the halfway point in filming "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" . . . Julie Roberts is toying with playing Tinker Bell in "Hook," the Peter Pan takeoff with Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook and Robin Williams as a somewhat grownup Peter . . . Gregory Peck has signed to star with Danny DeVito in "Other People's Money," to be directed by Norman Jewison.Vanessa Williams joins Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson in "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man," now filming in Arizona . . . Christine Ebersole, Rosie O'Donnell and Sam McMurray have signed to star in the upcoming CBS-TV series "Stand By Your Man" . . . Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor have begun work on "Another You," now filming in Los Angeles.

Robert DeNiro, Nick Nolte and Jessica Lange have begun work on a remake of the 1972 thriller "Cape Fear," with Martin Scorcese directing. It's the seventh time DeNiro and Scorcese have teamed up . . . Daniel Day Lewis ("My Left Foot") has signed to make a new version of James Fenimore Cooper's "The Last of the Mohicans." When that's done, he'll start work on "The Age of Innocence," about high-society life . . . Fox TV is developing a late-night talk show for Ron Reagan, son of the ex-president. The show is due to air on Fox stations next fall . . . Christopher Reeve is reviewing a script for "Superman V" but says he's undecided about whether he'll make the movie.

Danny Aiello, Anthony LaPaglia and Lainie Kazan are headed for Wilmington, N.C., to start work on the comedy "29th Street" . . . Garry Marshall, Carrie Fisher, Sally Field and Whoopi Goldberg have joined an ensemble cast for "Soapdish," a satire about the lives of the crew of a daytime TV series . . . Rosanna Arquette, David Bowie, Shelley Winters and Marlee Matlin have signed to make "The Linguini Incident" in New York City . . . Veronica Hamel is wrapping up work on "Stop at Nothing," a TV movie for the Lifetime cable network.

ABC-TV has ordered nine more episodes of James Earl Jones' "Gabriel's Fire," and CBS-TV OK'd at least five more episodes of Sharon Gless' "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill."