How can movie remakes win over new and existing fans?
27 Jan 2022
How can movie remakes win over new and existing fans?

Reboots, remakes, and sequels routinely dominate the box office, attracting fans eager to see the evolution of their favourite characters and new interpretations of beloved tales. But how can filmmakers prevent the onset of blockbuster fatigue while mobilising fans to rewrite past wrongs?

Jack King

Jack King is a culture journalist for British GQ, Vulture, the BBC, The Face, Inverse, The Guardian, and more. His focus is on film, television, and all things moving image, with a particular interest in queer cinema. Commercial clients have included the likes of CIRCA and the BFI.

Hanna Flint

Hanna Flint is a London-based critic, journalist, and host covering film and culture for nearly a decade. Her reviews, interviews, and features have appeared in Empire, The Guardian, Elle US, British GQ, BFI, Sight & Sound, Front Row, Radio Times, BBC Culture, and other publications. She is a host at MTV Movies, co-host of the weekly film review podcast Fade to Black, co-creator of The First Film Club event series and podcast, and member of London's Critics Circle. She is a voice for gender equality, diversity, and inclusion in the entertainment industry and an advocate for MENA representation as a writer of Tunisian heritage.

Marianne Eloise

Marianne Eloise is a journalist and commentator on neurodivergent issues. She has written for publications including The Cut, The New York Times, Courier, Dazed, Vulture, i-D, The Guardian, and Mic.