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Why Hollywood Keeps Remaking A Star Is Born

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Sign up for SKILLSHARE: https://skl.sh/screenprism23 | [NO 2018 SPOILERS] The new A Star Is Born (starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga) is the 4th version of this movie, so we have to ask: why does Hollywood keep remaking it? What's so timeless about this story? Support ScreenPrism on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=7792695 Sign up for exclusive updates: http://bit.ly/2oVVB1Q If you like this video, subscribe to our YouTube channel for more. Like ScreenPrism on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/screenprism Follow ScreenPrism on Twitter: http://twitter.com/screenprism Visit ScreenPrism.com: http://screenprism.com/
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ScreenPrism (1 month ago)
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William Craig (2 days ago)
If you're going to do a remake, it should at least feel like a totally different movie, which the new version does, at least until the last act.
Logan Ali (9 days ago)
money
Fatma Atma (10 days ago)
It was remade in Bollywood and was a superhit there too. Its cheesy and people like sappy cheesy romances where lead women thinks she can fix a broken man. Lol. Its an old trope duhhh...
Mark Enfinger (22 days ago)
I love everything y’all put out. I watch em at right when they come out.
Dragoneta Slayer (23 days ago)
The wizards of oz’s casual attitude to drugs really did ruin the rest of her life
I actually think this movie should be remade every twenty years because at the core of the story it’s still the same. Woman are still judge for the way they look, the way the act, and what they sing and men still hide away their feelings and sometimes that leads to depression and in other cases drugs and drinking leading to a path of suicidal thoughts. It is a story that needs to be told and I like the fact that it is updated to go with the times. Yes the story changes but the core is the same and that is the important part. That is the part that needs to be told over and over again because it might help one person and sometimes that is enough.
Oma Rumunna (24 days ago)
👏nicely said
Ronnie James Dio (25 days ago)
It keeps being remade because it is a feminist utopian fantasy where the rise of the female can only happen with the ritual suicide by the older alpha male
Oma Rumunna (24 days ago)
wtf⁉ lol... crazy.
Sam (26 days ago)
yay
Oh K (27 days ago)
Another white movie...ughhh
veronicajade20 (29 days ago)
You need to ask why Hollywood keeps making the same exact stories over again and again. It’s propaganda. There are other authors out here besides Jane Austen. 🙄
martyna (30 days ago)
Great video and 2018 version is the best by far.
Renate Seldon (30 days ago)
Barbra and Kris. Period.
Helgali (1 month ago)
Gaga has said (in Colbert?) her washed out face isn't her "real" face, that it is a mask still. That her makeup and style is more "her" than her real face.
TweckArt (1 month ago)
short answer: its a versatile plot that can be formed and made interesting in many ways.
I don't want to be biased or anything being in this generation but the 4th star is born is the best of all star is born's
nelliebly (1 month ago)
The Judy Garland version was delayed because Warner Brothers decided that after much of the movie had been filmed, it had to be scraped in order to do it over in CinemaScope. The movie was well liked by audiences, and with much critical acclaim. However Jack Warner didn't like the running time, being 3 hours, and cut it so it would have more showings in a theater per day. And that killed it. But you can now see the restored version. When Grace Kelly got the Academy Award for best actress instead of Judy, Groucho Marx called it, "The biggest robbery sine Brink's." I'm torn with this new movie. Part of me doesn't want it to do better than the 1954 version. Because Judy and the movie itself, got robbed. The other part of me wants it to get an Academy Award so they will finally stop making this movie again. The 1937 version was fine. It holds up. The Devil is in it's details. The 1954 version I can understand, it's practically Judy's life story. She lived every moment. She could have written the script. The 1976 version is so bad it's painful to watch. Its just one big mess. I'll have to see this new version at some point to compare. I do like Lady Gaga. I would be more enthusiastic about it if, the woman played the heavy this time. That would be interesting, at least something new. Something the other versions either didn't consider or were to scared to attempt.
Tress Braga (1 month ago)
Hollywood trash strikes again. Boring.
Настя Малех (1 month ago)
Crap born
LightShadowButterfly (1 month ago)
I, for one, am not upset at the remakes. It captures more audiences. I have seen, I think, the two first ones, and I can say that the story is very emotionally stimulating. It is very upsetting, but I think people need to see it. However, I don't think many people would pay it any attention if it weren't remade. Some people like remakes because they don't know that there is an original or refuse to watch it because the production value is not up to their standards, at least with videos like this, maybe some people will even recognize it as a remake. I guarantee you many people will think this is an original film, just as they do with covers of songs. Am I upset that people don't recognize some songs and movies as remakes? Yes, yes I am. However, at least people get to read the lyrics or watch the movies and feel a similar emotion to those that other people felt when they saw the original. Crappy reboot that doesn't have the same emotions or commentary? Trash it. Remake that evokes even the slightest bit of emotion as the original? Totally okay. It would be a problem if it were the same story like every 5 years, but the last one of these was in the 70s.
Hey! (1 month ago)
I can't get over how Beautiful Gaga is in this film....
Hey! (1 month ago)
I LOVE the 1937 version!
Katrina (1 month ago)
intersting, because she definitely has altered her face.
Lucy Newlin (1 month ago)
THE ARTIST is another telling of this story, and I haven't seen it included in these discussions.
Eric Woodard (1 month ago)
People in the comments hating on remakes, this movie is proof that not all remakes are bad. It is so damn good in every way
nishanoire (1 month ago)
Move Your Feet: Emilio and Gloria Estefan Story -- same thing, but...not sad.
Colt Classics (1 month ago)
A think Hollywood just wanted to take another look at it.
Messylin (1 month ago)
Unlike the Disney live action remakes, chances are 99% of those seeing the newest Star Is Born have never watched the three preceding versions.
whitney (1 month ago)
another possible answer: lots of people want to be famous so, they make movies that give relatable “ordinary girls” fame
mysummertouch (1 month ago)
Please compare vanity fair movies
mysummertouch (1 month ago)
Really? That’s lady Gaga???? I would never know that.
Sam Bizz (1 month ago)
Even with just a few clips. The just garland seems the best of the original three.
MsJuliadanny (1 month ago)
This time, to cash in to Lady Gaga huge fan base 😂😂
Smriti Dewan (1 month ago)
Aashiqui 2 from Bollywood
theladynim (1 month ago)
The Artist and LaLa Land also foolow this formula to an extent
Nur Ain Izzati (1 month ago)
So it's like ahs coven when one supreme rises the current one fade
Nur Ain Izzati (1 month ago)
Ps sorry if someone already do this one
Aastha Lalit (1 month ago)
On top of the 4 hollywood remakes there are the 2 bollywood ones too... Ashiqui 1 & 2. Exact same story smh
Remus (1 month ago)
For Oscars! =)
lili al (1 month ago)
Gaga is pure plastic in and out in an empty shell.
Matthew 1926 (1 month ago)
They keep re-making it. Because every generation likes a version of its own. That is about cost of a dream vs. love , watch out " La La Land ". Of course , if you are like me , why can't the lovers have both ?
David Crews Ph.D. (1 month ago)
....because Hollyweird has no originality anymore....
Marsha Creary (1 month ago)
Great video!
Marsha Creary (1 month ago)
16:18-16:25 He's Unemployed? How long has he been unemployed?
Marsha Creary (1 month ago)
:11 That mask makes sense
Syrus Angi (1 month ago)
So although the movie has been remade a lot, the story still expresses a realistic side of fame, showbiz and it's relationship among the characters that can be adapted to any time no matter how old it gets so far the passion and determination is there. Or Hollywood is just being lazy again( Just kidding)
mightytaiger (1 month ago)
She is not insecure, she is honest with herself. Her nose is big and she is rather ugly and obnoxious. She should try being honest with the public for once and stop with the fake and fairly debunked narrative of the struggling waitress who achieved fame. She went to the same school as Paris Hilton for fuck's sake. She's a fucking phony.
lili al (1 month ago)
She is a narcissist with multiple personalities.
El Goose (1 month ago)
Damien Rice & Lisa Hannigan Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi Jack White & Meg White
Elisha Gomez (1 month ago)
STOP DO NOT WATCH THE VIDEO BECAUSE IT SPOILS THE ENDING DESPITE THEIR WARNING!!
Monisha Sharmin Khan (1 month ago)
there is also a Hindi​ remake of the movie
Murrv Vmurr (1 month ago)
🤓eat a sock "Grace of my Heart" ! Why does no one count that one?
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
3:05 Wait so there's 4 movies? One more to check out. Just found out about the Bollywood movie. Checking that out too.
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
+ The Bollywood version/movie is Aashiqui
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
sorry plus this year's 5.
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
Hey. I just wanted you to look at me... 😂 I know that didn't make sense but honestly *GREAT VIDEO!*
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
+ Germinatta... ?
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
When I think Garland I kinda think (a very lil bit) Streisand and when I think Streisand I kinda think Gaga(/Joanne/...Germatti?) ...in terms of talent ...and the times -of course. The original actress gives an old Judy vibe as well but I think it's just me.
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
0:10 or comic book classics.
paleobc65 (1 month ago)
Wtf I thought a star is born was its own original thing 😭
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
+ 😳
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
+ too
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
Honestly I did to at first. Mines embarrassing because I studied media. I didn't remember/connect the Streisand award.
I think remakes aren't harmful as people think but every single one of them must bring something refreshing to the screen or they just look like copycats
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
👏true
Bradley Brown (1 month ago)
Ask why we've had countless Batman and Spiderman reboots
Castlevania Skeletor (1 month ago)
KRIS KRISTOFFERSON ❤️ love him.
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
he's cool
Shreya G (1 month ago)
There’s Indian version too 😂
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
just found out...
Starfall (1 month ago)
Hollywood is obsessed with Hollywood
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
aren't we all😊
Alejandro Morales (1 month ago)
Because they want money and something to do that makes more money. Simple
Ayinde Stevens (1 month ago)
I'm just glad Karina Longworth got the shoutout! Her Podcast is awesome!
Ayinde Stevens (1 month ago)
Oma Rumunna you will not be disappointed!
Oma Rumunna (1 month ago)
checking her out
1969ChargerRTSE (1 month ago)
Because its the same old trope that women love. A successful man comes and rescues a damsel who isnt appreciated in her lower class. Women feel they are continually undervalued and are always looking to climb up that social ladder. The film would never work if it was a burned out female superstar lifting up a lowly man to superstardom. Its a Cinderella story pure and simple and women eat it up.
Mallosteric (1 month ago)
Counterpoint: the most pandering, girliest, unnecessarily sequelized film of all time, High School Musical has that exact plot. The burnt out actress drama teacher gets the pretty boy ingenue to pursue his dreams of acting and symbolically dies via him graduating from school. Or those dumb Twilight movies (which are arguably even more pandering) have the once-happy girl move away from home (away from popularity/fame and comfort) and meet an attractive, yet socially ostracized man and save him from the pressures of his society with the power of love which gains him popularity and acceptance. And then you have stuff like the James Bond movies (which were traditionally marketed towards men) that ALWAYS have the older, world-weary man rescue some chick and lift her up into luxury and agency. Ya know?
Write Heroes (1 month ago)
Looks a good film.
Eugenia Willis (1 month ago)
I'm proud to say I've only seen the first two movies and that's all I'm gonna see. they're SO good!
Muirghiel (1 month ago)
Fun fact: this movie has been remade in Bollywood, too, as Aashiqui 2.
andrewkful (1 month ago)
Meanwhile I never KNEW A Star Is Born is a remake until like 3 days ago!
amy clarke (1 month ago)
hm yeaah lazy 30s never seen it 50s the best i think 70s not seen it 10s not sure😣
Victor Flensburg (1 month ago)
Well, is it surprising that artists make art about making art? Just asking...
Rudie Obias (1 month ago)
I would also say THE ARTIST is kind of a remake of A STAR IS BORN, only with a happy ending.
loiracitr (13 days ago)
Beautiful movie!
Artsy Fartsy (1 month ago)
Holy shit, you're right.
Justin Mickens (1 month ago)
Clever marketing scheme defeated by Venom.
Nevie (1 month ago)
They have been peddling this BS since the 1930's?? Lmao
Sternia Hoenheim (1 month ago)
Lol did Gaga paid you to do this?
K Noelle (1 month ago)
Poor Judy Garland. Hollywood producers/executives/managers ruined her life, criticized her weight and put her on medication. Such a sad story. :(
MP420ful (13 hours ago)
She was a manufactured addict and she was so manipulated. It's very sad.
Friendship (3 days ago)
What's even worst: young Judy Garland and other stars were suffering for the production of Wizard Of Oz. No wonder why film-makers prefer to use CGI nowadays because they thought using traditional film-making was dangerous back then.
eppoif1 (1 month ago)
Yeahhh.. My heart just sinks a little thinking about how her life turned out.
K Noelle (1 month ago)
I feel like there are some romantic feelings between Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.
Kevin Refran Ripas (1 month ago)
Love your analysis!
Friday Movies (1 month ago)
5:14 And DEFINITELY 8 Mile 💁🏻‍♂️
вy૨ѳท (1 month ago)
They are clearly out ideas
madhuri dilipkumar (1 month ago)
It's Hindi version is Aashiqui 2, a blockbuster. Didn't know they had taken it from here.
madhuri dilipkumar (1 month ago)
+eppoif1 nope similar story. Musician hero dies at the end making a star of the heroine.
eppoif1 (1 month ago)
What's Aashiqui 2 about? Does it have a happier ending?
Lola Arcana (1 month ago)
I always thought being attracted to this story is part of being in the Hollywood bubble. I avoid this kind of film because it seems a bit pretentious for my liking.
nelliebly (23 days ago)
+kirch Steelers beat browns
kirch (23 days ago)
Lola Arcana yep hollywood loves films about hollywood 🙄
nelliebly (1 month ago)
The 1937 version is not like that. It has something the other versions lack. It's short, sharp, and concise. It's not a musical. And because it was made in 1937 the man killing himself because he doesn't want to be his wife's butler makes it more believable.
Julia Mimi (1 month ago)
Yeah, you captured exactly why Coopers and Gagas promotional campaign is so exhausting. They are so overly earnest in how they are trying to associate the movies theme to their own relationship. It ends up feeling insincere and cynical.
jmchez (1 month ago)
They made a version in the 1930's, 1950's, 1970's 2010's. So, every generation, except for the 90's. Wonder why. Maybe, it was for the best, as Madonna can't act her way out of a paper bag.
Louise Veronica (1 month ago)
madonna doesn't support the idea of a man (a Svengali) "creating" a female popstar, and has said that for years. at least she plays in original films and tries to experiment with film direction. gaga only seems to be able to be successful in paying homage or re-doing what's already been done. it's easier to "act" when you got four examples to look at and just copy it
GehenDieLeute (1 month ago)
Wow, and she didn't even get a nose job! Luckily a manly man was able to make her a success anyways! If I see any more of these saintly men save the "ugly duckling" stuff I'm gonna puke. This video could have used more of a critical viewpoint. Especially regarding the very exploitative nature of this woman-needs-a-man narrative. Yes, so very timeless.
Alyssa Steed (1 month ago)
They seem to have forgotten the Bollywood version Aashiqui 2
Go Rav (1 month ago)
The fourth remake was Aashiqui 2.
Aryan Vyas (1 month ago)
Go Rav wouldn't call it a remake, that's just ripping off the original ideas. They didn't even sing their own songs and the chemistry was so dull
Sauron Merciful (1 month ago)
They keep on remaking a star is born because Holywood has run out of original ideas!!!
Kev E on (1 month ago)
She honestly didn’t deserve that Golden Globe she ruined the American Horror Story Resume smh I watched and was underwhelmed, they gave it to her for shock value and fashion only, not bare talent. Not kool Also this new version is just a new version of the old one.
Riesgo Garza (1 month ago)
Circlejerk hollywood?
Tiffany Von Walter (1 month ago)
I love her facial features. <3
Iman Zulaikha (1 month ago)
The husband acts like a devil seducing the woman to do sin. Propaganda maybe? Trying to get woman to chase after the worldly life?
Shotgun History (1 month ago)
White knight much?
Dakota Rain (1 month ago)
It is so sad how Judy Garland went down hill after “A Star is Born”, she was broke and only had her fans left
Jojo Siwa for the next A Star is Born remake!
lol yes :p
Eugenia Willis (1 month ago)
lol no
hehe CU M
maria marchese (1 month ago)
Because it's a safe bet. Or so.
D. W. (1 month ago)
Just saw the newest version. It's absolutely amazing. The chemistry that Gaga and Bradley have with each other and that ending... wow. Incredible incredible incredible. I've only otherwise seen the Garland version but I'm excited to dig back to the other two.
Fermin Jimenez (1 month ago)
Oh my gosh, this whole comparison is deep. Btw I Ioved the movie
Holly Huffstutler (1 month ago)
If you're talking about these remakes, Glitter and Up Close and Personal are absolutely still just Star is Born. The has been boyfriend/husband gets murdered instead of killing himself. Everything else is the same
momo glo (1 month ago)
Hollywood remakes anything and everything. I wasn't meant for this world. Our society openly supports a large cult of people that use their influence to sway the popular opinion. And the more you worship these false idols, the bigger the "superfan" you are.
Cecilie Lolk Hjort (1 month ago)
I've met enough guys who thought I was super talented and loved my work right until they found out I didn't want to date them that this story could never be endearing to me. I wish our society had changed enough for them to make a version where the big star is a woman and the rising star is a man, at least. The 'successful older man meets insecure younger woman and seduces her by liking her work (and her face)' trope is getting so old. Not to mention how closely it's connected to the whole mechanism of "I'll get you the part/contract if you put out".
Cecilie Lolk Hjort (1 month ago)
She talks about all those things and then proceeds to date the guy anyway? How would that make the movie more watchable, that sounds even more awful.
Sandpaper Snail (1 month ago)
Wow you should really watch the movie then bc her character Ally mentions all this from the jump
A Loaf of Bread (1 month ago)
omg YES
Cleo Li-Schwartz (1 month ago)
+
Lu Lu (1 month ago)
Exactly why I'm so put off by this movie and the hype around it. I've seen this movie three times and I don't see how a fourth time will change anything. Especially when, as evidenced by this video, Bradley Cooper is out there pretending he discovered Lady Gaga as an actress and nobody believed in her before and that he made her feel confident and beautiful in her own skin. As much as I disliked Gaga's acting performances, there's plenty of people out there who do believe in her, enough to get her awards. Not to mention the movie is supposed to act like a mainstream pop singer is a sellout which is what Gaga is in real life??? I don't even know why she agreed to do this because that alone is an insult to her in my opinion. I really don't think we needed another movie about how a man saves a woman and makes her into what she is
Andrianarinivo (1 month ago)
Rabbit with eye issues sees acting talent Lady Gaga ? Great ! No wonder he's captain of the guardians, he's clearly the most intelligent.

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