Sherlock Holmes Creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Heirloom Foundation will be suing Netflix, Legendary, writer Nancy Springer, writer and director of the upcoming Enola Holmes movie. As noted by the publication Deadline, they are all named defendants in the claim for copyright and trademark infringement.
The claim claims that while most of the original Sherlock Holmes stories published prior to 1923 have already gone public, the last 10 stories published between 1923 and 1927 are not. The writer's heirs believe that Springer's books and the movie "Enola Holmes" contain elements of later stories.
The lawsuit emphasizes that after Conan Doyle lost his eldest son during the First World War, he returned to write stories about Holmes, but it was not enough for him that the character was the owners of the most brilliant rational and analytical mind. Holmes must be human, that is, demonstrate completely human connections and a level of empathy. "
The painting, based on the series of books "The Secrets of Enola Holmes", will be presented to viewers in autumn 2020.
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