Exclusive “Copperhead” Photo Update #4: Shots of Kauffman, Brown, Arnaud, and More!

Here is our biggest photo update yet, fresh from the set of Copperhead. We now have our first up-close look at some of the actors/actresses as well some of the crew-members. These were taken by their wonderful still-photographer, and I must say, they are outstanding shots! Enjoy! (Please click for a higher resolution; I tried posting them with a larger size but it would slow down your page loading time.)

Screenwriter Bill Kauffman:

Actor Casey Brown, in the role of Jeff Beech, right after being hit with chalk dust:

Director Ron Maxwell:

Actors Hugh Thompson (Hurley) and Josh Cruddas (Jimmy) sitting on top of a camera-rigged wagon:

Actor Francois Arnaud as Union soldier Warner Pitts (a HIGHLY anticipated picture!):

Actresses Andrea Lee Norwood (Till) and Mary Fay Coady (Janey) sheering sheep:

Director of Photography Kees Van Oostrum:

For all the latest news, updates, pictures, and historical essays regarding the movie Copperhead, please click here to be directed to the special page we have set up on this blog for it. Also, make sure to check out their official website!

5 Comments Add yours

  1. 20poorandfabulous says:

    Looks great!!

  2. muffinthemule says:

    Thanks for the fantastic pictures (the beaming Warner Pitts one particularly appreciated!) and the fascinating videos which I have been enjoying over the past weeks. Looking forward impatiently to more sneak-peeks and exclusives. Also, I would renew my plea for an interview with the wonderful Monsieur Arnaud regarding the character he is portraying.

    1. I will see what I can do about that last request there. 🙂

  3. Francois Arnaud has been great to the fans of the Borgias. He has taken time from his busy schedule to chat with fans on the Borgias wiki. I feel we will be seeing a lot of Francois through the next few years. (Contact his agent for requests)

  4. Adel says:

    I love Francois Arnaud!!! So please, more pictures from him!!!!!
    Thanks.

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