According to a press release published this morning, Rupert Grint's latest film "Comrade" has been given a new title - "Into the White."
On the name change, director Petter Naess explained:
"Comrade was a good title for an exciting and amazing story from the 2nd World War II. In the work of the film, we found that Into the White is a title that suits the film better. It sounds good and is more precise with respect to the film's storyline and theme: two English and three German pilots who shoot each other down and landed in the Norwegian mountains, where they encounter a white and unknown landscape in the face of nature and the enemy."
"Into the White" will be released in Norway on 9 March 2012, a month later than was originally reported.
What do you think of the new title? Love it or prefer the original?