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Netflix’s New Releases Coming in April

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will be added to Netflix in April 2020.

‘Sherlock Holmes 3’ Finds Its Director With ‘Rocketman’ Filmmaker

'Rocketman' director Dexter Fletcher has found his next gig: the third installment in Warner Bros.' 'Sherlock Holmes' series.

‘Arthur & George’: TV Review

Whodunit author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle turns detective in PBS' three-part miniseries.

Lucy Liu: “I Don’t Really Compare Myself” to Other Watsons

The 'Elementary' star believes Jude Law, who plays Watson in Guy Ritchie's movie series, and Martin Freeman from 'Sherlock' all bring something unique to the character.

Making of ‘Lego Movie’: 7 Years, a Trip to Denmark and a Race Against the Disney-Lucasfilm Deal Clock

Producer Dan Lin saw his 5-year-old son playing with the famous brick toys at home when an epiphany hit: "I thought, 'Wow, what a creative toy. There should be a movie.' "

Eddie Marsan Joins Jessica Biel, Patrick Wilson in Psychological Thriller

The actor has recently appeared in "Ray Donovan" and "The World's End"

In ‘Sherlock Holmes’ Rights Dispute, Conan Doyle Estate Slammed Again

7th Circuit Judge Richard Posner compares Sherlock Holmes licensing to extortion.

Conan Doyle Estate Loses Appeal Over ‘Sherlock Holmes’ Rights

7th Circuit Judge Richard Posner rejects the distinction between "complex" and "flat" characters if it means "nearly perpetual copyright."

Conan Doyle Estate: Denying Sherlock Holmes Copyright Gives Him ‘Multiple Personalities’

The author's heirs come up with a theory that's certain to be controversial to save the famous character from the public domain.

Sherlock Holmes: A Step Closer to Being Ruled in the Public Domain

Conan Doyle Estate, Ltd. has so far refused to answer a lawsuit brought by a Holmes expert.

‘Sherlock’ Finds New Villain for Season 3

"Borgen" star Lars Mikkelsen will be Sherlock Holmes' nemesis in upcoming run.

Book Editor vs. Doyle Estate: Is Sherlock Holmes Still in Copyright?

Movies. TV shows. Books. A new lawsuit explores whether there are elements of the popular detective story that are not in the public domain.