Hollywood returns yet again to the remake well. This time, the bucket is filled with Alex Raymond's 1934 creation, Flash Gordon. "In the wake of 'Iron Man's' success, studios are showing a heightened appetite for branded fare that could be made into a franchise," says Variety. I question Hollywood's thought process: Studios make movies for the audience that most often comes to the multiplex, namely 12-year old boys. What 12-year old boy knows who Flash Gordon is? Or Bewitched? Or Sgt. Bilko? And why isn't said 12 year old boy playing Grand Theft Auto IV instead?