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Irene Raya Bravo
Universidad de Sevilla
España
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2070-303X
Núm. 14 (2017), Artículos del monográfico, Páginas 45-57
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/fjc2017144557
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Dentro del ámbito audiovisual, la expansión de los relatos se materializa a través de remakes, adaptaciones y franquicias ficcionales. En este contexto, los remakes o nuevas versiones son fórmulas muy recurrentes porque recuperan contenido familiar para la audiencia, y a la vez lo reinventan para captar la atención de nuevas generaciones. No obstante, la fórmula del remake ha ido cambiando en el nuevo milenio, adaptándose a las nuevas tendencias na-rrativas. Como consecuencia del auge de la intertextualidad y el valor en alza de la nostalgia, en los últimos años se han producido numerosas películas a medio camino entre el remake y la secuela, tales como Star Wars: El despertar de la fuerza o Terminator Génesis. En particular, el objetivo de esta investigación es realizar un análisis comparativo entre Parque Jurásico y Jurassic World, pues, aunque esta última prolonga el discurso original a modo de secuela, también ofrece una reinterpretación de la primera película.

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