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creation that is created again or anew

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In Brazil, second-tier nets remake Mexican soaps and old local ones for lack of access to top writers and resources.
6 ( ANI ): A new addition has been made in the long list of remakes of international movies and it is none other than 'The Fault in our Stars'.
Veteran actor Sylvester Stallone is hoping that India doesn't wreck the character of Rambo in the upcoming Hindi remake of the popular Hollywood action film of the same name.
The director, who previously directed 'Sherlock Holmes' movies and 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword,' is set to direct the live-action remake of 'Aladdin,' The Hollywood Reporter revealed.
Most recent critical treatments of Chinese-Hollywood film remakes acknowledge an interdependence between the post-1997 Hong Kong cinema and Hollywood.
But while Bollywood is forced to give official credence to Hollywood remakes, inspirations from other languages including Korean are yet get their due.
Although Nintendo has not made any official announcement regarding the matter just yet, it has gone on record saying that these games will be remakes.
studios, the remakes business has expanded in the past few years, attracting a fresh breed of industryites looking to explore diverse international grounds.
HOLLYWOOD is aping itself this year with a huge list of remakes and re-imaginings of former hits and classic films heading for the big screen.
Ms Smith said remakes of popular British programmes had to maintain a British sensibility or the ultimate effect was lost.
While horror films and comedies are often remade and do well at the box office, remakes of dramas can be a risky proposition commercially, as was illustrated in May with the major failure of ``Poseidon,'' a new version of 1972's ``The Poseidon Adventure'' and with the current flop ``Wicker Man.
Second in the list of Top 10 Worst Remakes poll, was Gus Van Sant's attempt to remake the Alfred Hitchcock horror Psycho for a new audience.
Alfie came sixth in the top ten Worst Remakes poll, carried out by DVD rental firm ScreenSelect.
It topped the 10 Worst Remakes Poll carried out by DVD rental firm ScreenSelect.
In these images the movement of the body remakes the surrounding space, and remakes itself, as body, through the absorption of that same space.