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
A mattress next to the mammoth smoker where briskets, pork ribs, and sausages slow-smoke their way to recasting San Antonio as a destination barbecue city.
This is the last season the current cast will play their characters; the show will be recast with older actors for Season 3.
Original cast members Cruz Gonzalez-Cadel and Phoebe González were unable to continue with the production and so their roles were recast for the Goodman remount.
Taking a strong musical personality like Beethoven and recasting it into something original yet still recognizably Beethoven?
In fact, like a scene out of HBO’s Westworld, that very red-headed character has been recast as a pirate and promoted to be in charge of the new auction.
After its bid for Office Depot failed, Staples Chief Executive Officer Ron Sargent stepped down and the company scrambled for a Plan B. Under new CEO Shira Goodman, Staples closed stores and sought to recast itself as a source of business services.
Third, the U.K. will have to recast many of its relationships with other parts of the world, including seeking new bilateral trade deals or replacing old ones.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Uber is enabling passengers to tip its U.S. drivers with a tap on its ride-hailing app for the first time, part of a push to recast itself as a company with a conscience and a heart.
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First Known Use of recast
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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