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- His self defined mission: "To reanimate with all the intensity I can summon those distant cries from the slaughterhouse.
- Can Pixar reanimate the Magic Kingdom? Staying in Toon This year a record number of animated features will be released.
- Basically, Nolan's job is to revive a troubled studio franchise, and you can feel him struggling to reanimate the neurotic dislocations of Tim Burton's 1989 Batman.
News & Articles
- Princess Diana to Be Brought Back From the Dead First
A deeply macabre Vanity Fair/60 Minutes poll asked Americans which deceased celebrities they would bring back from the dead first. (This is, by the way, exactly how I envision Vanity Fair editorial meetings. "Who should we reanimate this month?") Thirty-five percent chose Princess Diana, thereby validating Vanity Fair's September issue and ... More »
Sept. 3, 2013 - New York Magazine
- Dmitry Medvedev in BusinessWeek
Even when our country's ambassador was not in Kiev, I would wake up thinking about Ukraine,Medvedev said. "Now we have fundamentally different possibilities...... We will need to reanimate Russian-Ukrainian relations."
- Quique Sanchez Flores in Goal.com
On his new experience, Flores said: "My biggest goal is to work very hard, just like it happened in the teams where I have been, to meet the club's goals." "The idea of creating a competitive team to reanimate a force with Benfica's...
- Romano Prodi in Telegraph.co.uk
It will be very hard for him,Prodi said, "but he is such a man that he may even be able to reanimate the England team."