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As such, each remake becomes a "re-version" of the previous film, and taken as a whole, these re-versions "offer divergent location-specific visions that compete with and critique each other" (80).
7 HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1999) PETER Vincent was at his scary best in the 1959 movie about a former insane asylum and Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush revved up the scream factor in the remake.
From 2012, ReMake Electric plans to sell through established distribution companies in a bid to create a more global presence," states Cartic.
The Italian Job' (2003) was another to do justice to the story's first appearance in 1969, while Martin Scorsese's classic 'Cape Fear' (1991), a remake of a 1962 Gregory peck hit, rounded off the top five greatest ever remakes.
Director David Fincher rounds off the year with Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig in a remake of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
Two years ago there was again speculation that Sky TV was working on a remake, but this again came to nothing.
The remake of the 1949 political drama that starred Broderick Crawford and John Ireland had been due to come out last December, but director Steven Zaillian needed more time for editing.
Jackson has confirmed he will produce the pounds 25 million remake of the film about a mission in which the British Royal Air Force bombers destroyed German dams using bouncing bombs.
The outspoken Dubliner promised this week that fans of the original TV show from the 80's would not be disappointed with the high-tech remake.
Other remake flops included Alfie, starring Jude Law, a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, Thunderbirds and Charlie's Angels, which featured Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu
Considering conventional practices of marriage and sex foundational to male power over women in antebellum America, Weld and Grimke saw their personal romance as a site of social engineering where they might redeem both; their courtship was an opportunity to remake marriage into an feminist institution and sex into an egalitarian act they shared and enjoyed as equals.
While both of the films are remakes (The Good Thief is essentially a remake of Jean-Pierre Melville's Bob le flambeur [1955] and Soderbergh's a remake of the Rat Pack original [1960] of the same name), Soderbergh went the Hollywood route and packed the cast with marquee-busting egos like Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Matt Damon.