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'The Great Gatsby' Copyright Expires, Now Fans Demand A Muppet Version (www.nme.com)

The Great Gatsby, along with other literature copyrights granted in 1925, has now expired. Those stories are now public domain and free to copy, modify, and explore without consulting the lawyers first, and this sudden freedom often breathes new life into an old tale.

Now, one group of fans is eager to see a very specific spin on this classic story. And it’s hilarious.

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Posted by JP Williams

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Lyndsie
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Lyndsie (@speakofqueen)
3 months ago

Well, Muppets do make a lot of things better, so why not? lol

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