Asiya Robinson, Rowan University
The Netflix series reignites the love for the original ‘Karate Kid’ films.
Tori Walz, Eastern Michigan University
The vague announcement of ‘And Just Like That’ has fans wondering what to expect from a reboot of their favorite late ’90s, early 2000s rom-com.
Angelica Rovinski, Arcadia University
The remake of the contemporary horror classic released earlier this year. But is there enough lore to keep the story interesting and new enough for its viewers?
Lauren Sung, University of Georgia
There’s a reboot of this iconic teen drama in the works, and although we don’t know much about it as of right now, what little information we do have doesn’t bode well.
Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
The original show creators have departed from the Netflix live-action remake, leading fans to speculate on what changes the media company wanted.
Caroline Forrey, Miami University, Ohio
Elizabeth Banks’ spy flick is the latest female-fronted film to crash at the box office.
Natalie Hoover, Point Loma Nazarene University
The return of our favorite eccentric alien is coming … soon.
Jamie Lovley, University of Maine
Reactions to the reboot range from completely overjoyed to utterly underwhelmed.
Benny Diaz III, Southern New Hampshire University
Three fan-favorite movies are getting the reboot treatment in 2018, including ‘The Predator,’ ‘Scarface’ and ‘Halloween.’
Could these cult classics grace the big screen once again?
Josh Lefkowitz, Temple University
Superhero reboots have become so commonplace that even the good ones feel tired.
Jacoby Bancroft, University of Nevada at Reno and Guest Contributor
Das Reboots are blitzkrieging American cinema, but should you be worried?
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