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Remake

To make new; to reconstruct.
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He dropped the idea when he reportedly realised the remake rights were too costly.
The Remakes Market will spotlight 76 properties, from classic and contempo films to TV shows, docus, books, graphic novels and other print properties, and will host workshops and panels discussing adaptations of graphic novels and documentaries.
With hauls like that, remake rights have become more interesting, but their prices have not necessarily risen accordingly.
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But a welcome change in 'The Lion King' is that the remake incorporates more traditional African music, which the Broadway musical version does exceptionally.
New Delhi [India], Nov 17 ( ANI ): Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn's blockbuster 'Singham' is now all set for Punjabi audience with an official remake.
Talking to Media here on Wednesday, they said that stories of the old hit films were enough to remake them, adding that their cost would also be less than new films.
As per sources, 36 Vayadhinile Hindi remake will be also directed by Rosshan Andrrews, who made the film in Tamil.
The remake, which was released on YouTube on 19 March, has not gone down well with fans of the original version.
THE original Italian Job has been voted the best car film - and the 2003 remake of the 1969 classic as the worst.