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Remake

To make new; to reconstruct.
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Wood, from Spennymoor, County Durham, said she was disappointed that so many old shows were now being remade.
I read the script from collections of screenplays and I liked it so much that we adapted it and remade Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin," said the actor.
1 -- 3 -- color) The remake of ``All the King's Men,'' starring Jude Law and Sean Penn, above, is a gamble because remade dramas don't always catch on with audiences who recall the original.
While the majority of recycled, previously purchased source material (particularly from those films that had done fair to poorly at the box office) made its way into B-unit production (Balio 100), high profile titles were sometimes remade to take advantage of new technologies and practices.
This book shows that Wright's constant, and constantly-refashioned, preoccupation was to recover for architecture its unique representational role so that the world might be remade.
Originally produced by Telefe for broadcast in Argentina, "Amor en Custodia" was remade for airing in Mexico and the United States.
Now, latest reports have emerged that the comedy drama flick might be remade in Telugu.
The movie that featured Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra in the lead roles is likely to be remade.
DAD'S ARMY: Classic British sitcom was remade as a pilot called The Rear Guard.
THE remake of that movie gem, Alfie, was pathetic, the remade Italian Job a travesty and now they're said to be remaking The Birds.
THEY remade The Ring, they remade The Grudge, now they're remaking The Eye next year.
Y'know, that was done pretty damn good the first time, and as an audience I really didn't want to see that movie remade.