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No matter what changes occur in Hollywood, one thing is for sure: audiences love Batman. Whether it's Adam West's campy '60s incarnation, or Christopher Nolan's gritty modernism, the Dark Knight is a fan favourite. In 1989, Michael Keaton played the caped crusader opposite Jack Nicholson's Joker, while Val Kilmer and George Clooney put on the mask in the 1995 and 1997 respectively. For many, though, Christian Bale's version is the definitive so far. Picture: Facebook
Henry Cavill currently dons the cape most famously worn by Christopher Reeve in 1978
Back in 1962, 007 hit the big screen for the first time in 'Dr No', with Sean Connery starring as the suave spy. These days, Daniel Craig plays James Bond, but the MI6 agent has also been portrayed by George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan.
Ralph Macchio played the Karate Kid in the now-iconic movie back in 1984. Will Smith's son Jaden played the role in a 2010 re-boot.
Arnold Schwarzenegger played Douglas Quaid in the absurdly violent 1990 original, while Colin Farrell took on the role in 2012. Suffice to say, with a 12A remake, it was altogether more wholesome!
Stephen King's novel has had a big-screen makeover twice - first in 1978, and again in 2013. Sissy Spacek portrayed the troubled teen in the original, while Chloe Grace Moretz takes the lead in the remake.
Leonard Nimoy is the ultimate Dr Spock for 'Trekkies', but Zachary Quinto has raked in the plaudits for his version in JJ Abrams
Okay, so you can't see the actor under the suit... But the outfit has evolved! Paul Verhoeven's 1987 original is getting an update this year, with Joel Kinnaman replacing Peter Weller in the titular role. Picture: Facebook
Not only is John Wayne is a hard act to follow, the legendary actor won Best Actor at the Oscars for his role in 1969 cowboy film 'True Grit'. Rather than attempt to emulate, Jeff Bridges's Rooster Cogburn was closer to the character in Charles Portis's novel. Picture: Facebook
It's hard to believe it's now been thirty years since Kevin Bacon made his name as the all-singing, all-dancing Ren in 'Footloose'. In 2011, Craig Brewer directed a remake with Kenny Wormald. Largely a faithful refresh of the original, it was a hit in its own right. Picture: Facebook