Cycles, Sequels, Spin-Offs, Remakes, and Reboots: Multiplicities in Film and Television

Cycles Sequels Spin Offs Remakes and Reboots Multiplicities in Film and Television With sequels prequels remakes spin offs or copies of successful films or franchises dominating film and television production it sometimes seems as if Hollywood is incapable of making an original

  • Title: Cycles, Sequels, Spin-Offs, Remakes, and Reboots: Multiplicities in Film and Television
  • Author: Amanda Ann Klein R. Barton Palmer Sarah Kornfield Claire Perkins Faye Woods Kathleen Williams Kathleen Loock Amy Borden
  • ISBN: 9781477309001
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With sequels, prequels, remakes, spin offs, or copies of successful films or franchises dominating film and television production, it sometimes seems as if Hollywood is incapable of making an original film or TV show These textual pluralities or multiplicities while loved by fans who flock to them in droves tend to be dismissed by critics and scholars as markers of the deWith sequels, prequels, remakes, spin offs, or copies of successful films or franchises dominating film and television production, it sometimes seems as if Hollywood is incapable of making an original film or TV show These textual pluralities or multiplicities while loved by fans who flock to them in droves tend to be dismissed by critics and scholars as markers of the death of high culture Cycles, Sequels, Spin offs, Remakes, and Reboots takes the opposite view, surveying a wide range of international media multiplicities for the first time to elucidate their importance for audiences, industrial practices, and popular culture.The essays in this volume offer a broad picture of the ways in which cinema and television have used multiplicities to streamline the production process, and to capitalize on and exploit viewer interest in previously successful and or sensational story properties An impressive lineup of established and emerging scholars talk seriously about forms of multiplicity that are rarely discussed as such, including direct to DVD films made in Nigeria, cross cultural Japanese horror remakes, YouTube fan generated trailer mash ups, and 1970s animal revenge films They show how considering the particular bonds that tie texts to one another allows us to understand about the audiences for these texts and why they crave a version of the same story or character or subject over and over again These findings demonstrate that, far from being lowbrow art, multiplicities are actually doing important cultural work that is very worthy of serious study.

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