Is it that you're hard up for new material? Or do you get great satisfaction out of destroying the image of a classic? I had the great pleasure of working last week with Gene Wilder as he was a guest star on Will & Grace. As I have heard a rumour about a possible re-make of Willy Wonka, I asked him if he had heard of anything. "I've been hearing that for the last 3 years," he said, "I think it's stupid", he added with sad eyes. I agreed with him and added, "How can you improve upon perfection?" Hollywood's track record with re-makes of classic films has pretty much been a disaster; witness great dissappointments in Planet of the Apes and The Time Machine. I know you guys can name more of them and I hope you do in this thread. I just want to take this opportunity to say to Hollywood, IF IT AINT BROKE, DON'T FIX IT!