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remake in Film topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremakere‧make1 /ˈriːmeɪk/ noun [countable]  AMFAPMa record or film that has the same music or story as one that was made beforeremake of a remake of ‘Cape Fear’
Examples from the Corpus
remakeWalsh recognizes that fans will despise any attempt at a remake.If you play a baddy, try to ensure that it's Vito Corleone in the next Godfather remake.They make remakes of old songs that had radio airplay, and were Top 10 on the charts.All are credited with faithfully carrying out what was proclaimed as the ultimate post-cold war management remake.But the remake, ranging from farce to a touch of sentiment, isn't at all bad.Mitchum has a cameo in the remake of "Cape Fear."