Examples of recast in a Sentence
The director decided to recast the movie with unknowns.
When she quit the movie, I was recast in the leading role.
The director recast some of the actors in the play.
You should recast the last sentence in your essay to make it clearer.
He recast his political image to fit the times.
Recent Examples of recast from the Web
The role of Dumbledore was recast after Richard Harris (the original Dumbledore) sadly passed away shortly after Chamber of Secrets was released.
Michael Strautmanis, the vice president for civic engagement with the Obama Foundation, says the new messaging is neither an attempt to recast the South Side or create allies among stakeholders in the community.
But in recasting inmate-musicians as talents in their own right, both Harbert and Brennan are careful not to gloss over the many incongruities at play.
Flynn has recast Erdogan from ISIS-coddling Islamist to scourge of terrorists.
In books like The Gutenberg Galaxy, McLuhan recast the conventional history of Western Civilization with a technological-determinist bent, tracing the movement from orality to literacy to post-literacy.
That show, more than anything, reversed Trump’s fortunes, recasting a local tabloid villain as the people’s prime-time billionaire.
That rethinking has led Mr. Tillerson, a former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, to leave many jobs unfilled and preside over a restructuring scheduled to begin next year that will shrink the department’s work force and recast its duties.
Instead of recasting him, though, producers decided to put him in a fat suit for the movie.
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