Before Netflix had the chance to release ‘Enola Holmes’, the Conan Doyle estate has sued the streaming platform for copyright infringement and trademark violations.

The Doyle Estate currently has ownership of the original stories created between 1923 and 1927. In the lawsuit against Netflix, they claim that emotions play a role into the difference between public domain stories and copyrighted ones.

The film has plans to release in August, but the Doyle Estate’s claims will possibly push its release back.

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