“Copperhead” to Change Name; Add “The War at Home” to Title

As posted earlier on their official blog

With post-production underway, the title of Copperhead has now been changed to more accurately reflect the subject matter, as it is now Copperhead: The War at Home. This is definitely a fitting change and one more specific to general audiences as now you do not need to be a fan of history or the Civil War to at least have an idea of what the film is about. This is a timeless tale of the effects of war on the homefront, a situation that is not isolated to the Civil War alone—every war, no matter what the time period in history, produces the same effects of families torn apart by a violent struggle. While one rages on the battlefields, another one rages on at home.

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7 thoughts on ““Copperhead” to Change Name; Add “The War at Home” to Title

  1. Michael

    Sounds like a great idea. Most important is getting this project in the theaters! If the title change helps, I’m that much more excited! As Grant said, “Keep moving on!” From all I see, this is going to be a great film. MFB

    1. Agreed! And thanks for commenting!

      BTW, I didn’t want it to seem like my post on the TA/GvL name change was an attack, I was just a little disappointed, but you clarified the situation in your rebuttal to that poster. I was going to say it then, but I wanted to stay out of it and leave the floor to the two of you. 🙂

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