- v. To shoot again, especially of video recording.
- n. An instance of reshooting.
- v. shoot again
- re- + shoot (Wiktionary)
“A reshoot is normally done if the scene and all subsequent takes are completely unusable, if it is a new scene, or if it’s cheaper to reshoot than to do the CGI or ADR.”
“Yet I’m hearing that just such a massive reshoot is what is on the table right now.”
“It's no secret that MTV producers stage (or as they say, "reshoot") some scenes in their”
“One more thing, one of the Masters at a High Power Match loaned some ammo to a friend not thinking if he had to reshoot a portion of the match for a range alibi.”
“I had to really beg my assistant director to try to convince the producer to let us reshoot the scene.”
“Summit could have worked it out they could have filmed her scenes in preproduction or during the reshoot period as so many other productions have done so i.e. The Dark Knight and Avatar.”
“Star Wars Uncut is a project to cut up and reshoot Star Wars using volunteers to film 3 fifteen-second clips.”
“And if so, could that be part of the reshoot plan — make the film feel more current?”
“But the biggest misconception concerned the specific scenes alleged to be those in need of a reshoot.”
“IndieWire is reporting that Summit Entertainment has confirmed that pick-ups (not a reshoot) on The Twilight Saga: Eclipse are happening, but director David Slade will be at the helm.”
Looking for tweets for reshoot.