reteam

reteam

(ˌriːˈtiːm)
vb (tr)
to team up again
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The 50-year-old director, who's highly praised for his Johnny Cash biopic 'Walk the Line', would reteam with Elizabeth Gabler's Fox 2000, along with producers Andrew Lazar and Cathy Konrad, reports the Hollywood Reporter.
BLOW DRY: It's Strictly Ballroom with extra Final Net as lesbian couple Natasha Richardson and Rachel Griffiths reteam Richardson's ex-husband (Alan Rickman) for one last stab at the British National Hairdressing Championship.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' director also wanted to control over marketing, in negotiations with the studio to reteam with "The Social Network" writer ron Sorkin and producer Scott Rudin, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
A huge hit, 45 episodes were made between 1969 and 1974, as well as five films (they recently announced plans to reteam for a major gig in 2014).
Jeremy Garelick wrote the script and will direct the project, which would reteam Vaughn with the man who co-wrote his 2006 hit, The Break-Up.
Bourne director and actor Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon reteam to ask the important questions about the Iraq war.
Next she'll reteam with Harron to star in a long-in-the-works biopic of kinky '50s pinup Bettie Page, and she's adapting the Jerzy Kosinski novel Pinball for A-list director Gary Fleder (Kiss the Girls).
Flight star Denzel Washington (above) is impressively drunk on duty in this thumping action thriller from Tony Scott, who would reteam with Denzel on Unstoppable and Deja Vu.
MERYL Streep is in talks to reteam with her Mamma Mia
Drew, who gave birth to second child Frankie last month, says, "It was great to reteam with Adam.