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Remake

To make new; to reconstruct.
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Awarding the film four stars, The Daily Mail's Brian Viner said The Lion King "might just be the best" Disney remake yet.
remake is expected on Xbox One, PS4, and PC in 2020.
The Tamil remake titled 'Paris Paris' features Kajal Aggarwal in the lead.
Fans of the "Resident Evil" game series are already discussing on forums where Capcom should go next after the release of the "Resident Evil 2" remake. In one of the (https://www.resetera.com/threads/after-re2-remake-should-capcom-go-with-code-veronica-or-re-3.82413/#post-15235856) Resetera  discussions, moderator Dusk Golem claimed that "Resident Evil 3: Nemesis" is already in full development, citing anonymous sources.
According to Korean Film Council (KOFIC), Korea earned $1.49 million last year as film production companies of the two countries agreed on Korean film remakes, a 50.3 percent increase from the previous year.
It's been a while since the remake of Hollywood film 'The Fault In Our Stars' has been in news and now the remake is finally back on track with Sushant Singh Rajput on board to play the leading man in the Hindi remake of the hit film.
Most recent critical treatments of Chinese-Hollywood film remakes acknowledge an interdependence between the post-1997 Hong Kong cinema and Hollywood.
He next engages in a broad overview of other remakes in the book's longest chapter, followed by a chapter of interviews, a predictive chapter that speculates on the future of the phenomenon, a conclusion, and a list presenting all the horror remakes available as of the time of the book's writing.
Basking in the glory of the success of Singham Returns, Shetty has now joined hands with film- maker Karan Johar to remake Subhash Ghai's 1989 hit Ram Lakhan in association with Mukta Arts.
"Now that the studios hardly green-light any movies that aren't franchise-based or sequels, we're seeing more and more independent producers jumping into remakes," says Cecile Gaget, international sales chief at Gaumont, who's been selling re-do rights on a number of films, notably Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano's comedy blockbuster "The Intouchables" and Fred Cavaye's thriller "Point Blank," dealing with such outfits as the Weinstein Co., which is remaking "Intouchables" for the U.S.
MARTIN SCORSESE'S Oscar-winning The Departed has been named the best movie remake in a poll of film fans.