I like everyone ideas.
I agree that Hitch would have a hard time with the "movie milieu" today. But being such an avant guarde
person and so willing to take the risk, and given that he enjoyed making movies and making us "feel", I would like to think he would be making great movies still. It is fun to imagine how Hitchcock would twist a sci fi/cyber punk thriller, with great chase scenes into a polished thriller/ psycho killer/ suspense masterpiece.
I would love to see a collaboration between Hitchcock and Simon Pegg, or Tim Burton.
I think that music by Stewart Copeland, Danny Elfman, Moby, or Serj Tankian would make for an interesting Hitchcock soundtrack.
Costume designs by Erdem, Balmain's Olivier Rousteing, John Galliano would be fabulous in adaptations of William Gibson, Carl Hiaasen, Storm Constantine, or even Elmore Leonard. And Carrie Anne Moss, Milla Jovovich, Helen Mirren, Susan Sarandon, Diane Keaton or Joan Cusack sporting Erdem, or Comme Des Garcon would make great spies/ or mystery women or deranged relatives.
As for leading men I could see Edward Norton as the suave killer next door, or in a remake of Dial M for Murder, I think he would even be good as the cop. I can see Clive Owen as a peeping tom type, Christian Bale as "the wrong" man.
I can only imagine...