Film remakes, adaptations and fan productions [electronic resource] : remake/remodel / edited by Kathleen Loock, Georg-August University of Göttingen, Germany, and Constantine Verevis, Senior Lecturer, Monash University, Australia.
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Introduction: remake/remodel / Kathleen Loock and Constantine Verevis -- Adapt. Toto, I think we're in Oz again (and again and again): remakes and popular seriality / Frank Kelleter -- Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Bond, the Deerstalker, and Remediation / Stephanie Sommerfeld -- A battle on two fronts: Wuthering heights and adapting the adaptation / Amy Martin -- Of political visions and visionary politicians: adapting All the king's men to the big screen / Birte Otten -- Remake. Remaking The Stepford wives, remodeling feminism / Kathryn Schweishelm -- The return of the pod people: remaking cultural anxieties in Invasion of the body snatchers / Kathleen Loock -- Cyber-noia? remaking The Manchurian candidate in a global age / Sonja Georgi -- A personal matter: H Story / Constantine Verevis -- Remodel. Remaking texts, remodeling scholarship / Robin Anne Reid -- "Prince Arthur spotted exiting Buckingham Palace!": the re-imagined Worlds of fanfic trailers / Sibylle Machat -- You'll never see this on the silver screen: the film trailer as a template for the appropriation and transformation of Hollywood movies / Lili Hartwig -- Spoofing "Spidey", rebooting the Bat: immersive story worlds and the narrative complexities of video spoofs in the era of the superhero blockbuster / Daniel Stein.