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 roles of Tim Allen’s character’s daughter and grandson will be recast, the website reports.
For most of the 19th century, Hamilton was derided as a crass elitist; the Hamiltonian revival of the last decade has now recast Madison as the villain.
The very definition of the nearly century-old Miss America pageant has been recast into a scholarship competition that instead highlights women's talents, philanthropy and leadership.
The increase also reflects a shift to heavier paper stock and a larger page format intended to spotlight its photojournalism while recasting the magazine as a more premium product.
Fixing cities’ size recasts the role of the suburb.
Both songs were transformed beautifully and plotted a path for a lovely potential album of his songs recast with that musical backing.
The series is reportedly in the process of recasting both roles for its return to the small screen.
The show had to recast the role, of a football player and frequent foil to Archie, due to Butler’s commitments on the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why.
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RECAST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of recast for English Language Learners
: to change the actors in (a play, movie, or television show)
: to give a new role to (an actor)
: to present (something) in a different way
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