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Netflix and- *gunshot*


Rated Ages 6+
(He, Him)
Enola Holmes comes out 9/23.

Interesting tidbit about the production, via Polygon;

While reimaginings of Sherlock Holmes are a dime a dozen, the Conan Doyle Estate had a particular issue about this version. The estate filed a lawsuit against Netflix, saying that because the film depicts Sherlock Holmes as having emotions — yes, you read that right — it violates copyright, since they claim that the character only has emotions in the stories published between 1927-1928, which still belong to the estate.


Smol Monster
(She/her, they/them)
Well, that's the first Holmes-related property I've had the slightest interest in since the Robert Downey Jr movies...

It feels like they designed this for me, specifically.