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For years, Cattrall has made clear that she doesn’t want to be part of a third movie or a reboot.A ‘Sex and the City’ reboot without Samantha? Fans aren’t pleased, but it can still be fabulous.|Lisa Bonos|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
Democrats have called for a reboot to the programs, while Republicans have done the opposite.Fed leaders more optimistic on jobs, GDP growth at final 2020 policy meeting|Rachel Siegel|December 16, 2020|Washington Post
He said there are “all kinds of institutional reboots that have to be done” that would require “some re-engineering.”Obama, in Washington Post interview, rejects criticism he didn’t push hard enough for Democratic policies|Michael Kranish, Paulina Firozi|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
On the reboot, Zack is now the governor of California who landed the job with a very on-brand scheme.The new ‘Saved by the Bell’ has a big advantage over other reboots: It’s really good|David Betancourt|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
It’s perhaps best known for offering “Star Trek” shows, but its lineup also includes “The Good Wife” spinoff “The Good Fight” and a reboot of “The Twilight Zone” from Jordan Peele.
Another side of Spider-Man that might be interesting to explore in a reboot is seeing him as an adult.
Another angle Robinov suggests as a possibility for Peter Parker/Spider-Man is a franchise reboot tackling Spidey as… an adult.
Fox also owns the rights to The Fantastic Four and a reboot of that series is already scheduled for release in 2015.The Coming Civil War: Iron Man Vs. Captain America 3|Rich Goldstein|October 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As was a follow-up to the new Killer Instinct, which was definitely the biggest surprise reboot of last year.
This spurred Creative Director Adam Isgreen, who also worked on Killer Instinct, to outline of a Phantom Dust reboot—just in case.
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Cultural definitions for reboot
A term that comes from computer usage. To reboot a computer is to start it up again after a computer crash. Hence, “reboot” has the connotation of starting a process over again.