- v. present participle of reboot.
“– I reckon they fit in with the rabid mac-fans … rebooting is not a sin.”
“It is a great honor to reach an agreement with Legendary Pictures, the parent to many a blockbuster film, and we are delighted in rebooting the character together to realize its much anticipated return by fans from all over the world, comments Hideyuki Takai, President of Toho Co.,”
“WB is apparently interested in rebooting the franchise, and they're talking to Oren Uziel about writing it, Bloody-Disgusting reports.”
“Thank god Warner Brothers saw the potential in rebooting the series with "Batman Begins".”
“Restarting interbank lending is the first step in rebooting the entire banking system.”
“Jim Ritchey: Even in my excursion into 'rebooting'--my Lama is the reincarnation of the 1940's Lama--it all revolves around his remembering who he was--in a 'mash-up' universe that combines both the pulp and the Spark Publications versions--where he Dumont succeeds in his original mission after the last published story, to become a Guru of sorts, and spread the good news of Lamaism'.”
“While most fans seem highly opposed to the idea of rebooting horror franchises, Fuller and Form seem to have done a great job with the new Friday the 13th, so maybe this isn't that bad after all?”
“I talked to more than one Comic-Conner who wasn't totally sold on the idea of rebooting Spider-Man at this stage, regardless of how it's handled.”
“Even though I'm appalled by the idea of rebooting the Spider-Man franchise far too soon, the thought of Lerman as Peter Parker gives me a slight change of heart.”
“Have you considered the idea of rebooting to safe mode?”
Looking for tweets for rebooting.