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If you are an author and have written an original work, and the title is your own original title; then you are protected under copyright law. If your title contains a variation of an existing title, then you enter into an area of copyright infringement; and the owner of the original copyright can choose to seek a judgment against you in civil court, especially if it is covered by trademark as well as copyright. Most movies are covered under trademark to protect the interest of the production/film corporation that funded the movie. But unless you give away, or sell your copyright, the original author retains all rights of their own creative work. I hope this is helpful, have a blessed day!