Definition of "re-shoot" [re-shoot]

  • In film making, when the crew redoes a scene or scenes already shot once, to replace or augment the original footage. (verb)

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Use "re-shoot" in a sentence
  • "But one had to wonder why, from among countless possible films to re-shoot, Lurie of all people would pick this one."
  • "There were few rules, but one of them was that as the suit gets dirty and ripped, we can't go back and re-shoot."
  • "But before he starts thinking sequel, the filmmaker intends to do everything he can to organize a quick re-shoot with Mr. T to be inserted into the June 11th film."