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Remake

To make new; to reconstruct.
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While a genre undergoes the remaking process, it inevitably encounters a "crisis of representation" as it becomes "destabilized, hybridized, and reformulated" (12).
In addition to expanding the number of people using the resource, Remaking America Now, is also looking for potential sponsors and hosts to launch the National Conference.
Raiders of the Lost Text: Remaking as Contested Homage in Always.
THERE'S NOTHING wrong with remaking John Carpenter's 1976 action thriller ``Assault on Precinct 13.
It appears that Telugu filmmakers are showing interest in remaking the film.
It's nice to learn about all these deals, but didn't the summer teach us that remaking movies can be even riskier than shooting them from scratch?
On TV, the WB is remaking old skeins like "Family Affair" and "The Lone Ranger.
This is not the first time that Rohit Shetty is remaking a Tamil project.
In a nutshell: Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks have a good time remaking the 1979 comedy - and the feeling is contagious.