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It’s no mystery that traditional Sherlock Holmes was a meanie.
That’s according to the late British author Arthur Conan Doyle’s estate, which is now suing Netflix and other producers over the upcoming film “Enola Holmes,” which depicts the famous London detective as too caring and kind, and respectful of women, according to CNN.
Earlier Sherlock Holmes novels – many in the public domain and free of copyright protections – portray the sleuth as aloof and lacking in empathy and making the character too nice is a violation of Mr. Doyle’s copyright, the author’s estate is arguing.
The film, based on a series of novels by Nancy Springer and slated for a September release on Netflix, follows the legendary detective’s younger sister, a character created by Ms. Springer, CNN reported.
Age may be a closely guarded secret among Hollywood celebrities, but they can’t prevent movie websites from revealing it to the masses, according to a court ruling Friday.