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Entertainment Hulu: Movies Leaving in July

06:25  30 june  2020
06:25  30 june  2020 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

Hulu will cut off older Roku players after June 24th

  Hulu will cut off older Roku players after June 24th Hulu will stop working on some older Roku player models on June 24th, according to a recent update to a Hulu help center page originally noticed by Ars Technica. Affected models are the Roku Streaming Player (models 2400 to 3100) and the Roku Streaming Stick (model 3420 or older). After June 24th, users of those models may see error messages, won’t be able to sign in or may see the app disappear altogether. Instead of the latest Hulu app, these models use the Hulu classic app and don’t have access to premium add-ons or live TV.Newer Roku models support the latest Hulu app, but must be updated to firmware 8.1 or higher to get it.

Hulu has some extra competition with the launch of Disney+ and HBO Max, but that hasn’t kept it from delivering plenty of compelling TV series and movies to subscribers. The streaming video service has an impressive list of new offerings for July 2020, from original films to critically acclaimed series.

A new Hulu original movie "Palm Springs" drops on July 10, and a new episode of "Into the Dark" called "The Current Occupant" premieres July 17. Movies leaving Hulu on July 31 include "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight," "Thelma & Louise" and "Wayne's World." See the full list of everything

This July is the last chance (for now) for Hulu subscribers to watch Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, among other films.

Lionsgate's The Forbidden Kingdom, featuring Jackie Chan and Jet Li, is also leaving the streamer at the end of the month. Chan and Li come together onscreen for the first time ever in Rob Minkoff's time-traveling adaptation on the Monkey King and Jade Warlord fable.

As for horror fans, there are a few weeks left before seeing Freddy Vs Jason and Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare depart from Hulu. For families, 2009's 3D computer-animated science fiction comedy Planet 51 will remain for one more month as well.

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Hulu ’s original programming is taking a bit of a summer break in July , with just two new releases on tap, though there are plenty of other previously aired series and movies being added. July 8. Bofuri: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, So I’ll Max Out My Defense: Season 1, Episodes 1-8 (Funimation).

July brings a long list of exciting original projects to Netflix, including modern reboots of Unsolved Mysteries and The Baby-Sitters Club, as well as the second season of surprise hit The Umbrella Academy. Original films The Old Guard and Desperadoes also arrive on the streaming service

Despite the many titles leaving, Hulu has a large number of new additions set to appear on the streaming service throughout the month.

Take a look below at the movies that will be leaving Hulu in July.

July 31

Batman Begins

Billy the Kid

The Chumscrubber

Constantine

The Dark Knight

Destiny Turns on the Radio

Diary of a Hitman

The Forbidden Kingdom

Freddy Vs Jason

Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare

The Graduate

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer

Lady in a Cage

A Life Less Ordinary

Men With Brooms

Moll Flanders

Mutant Species

Planet 51

Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown

The Skull

Slums of Beverly Hills

Soul Food

Sprung

Tamara

Tank Girl

Thelma & Louise

Universal Soldier

Wayne's World 2

HBO Max: Movies Leaving in July .
Take a look at the movies that will disappear from the premium outlet next month.Toward the beginning of the month, worldwide hit Crazy Rich Asians will depart the WarnerMedia streaming platform, as will, later in the month, rom-com When Harry Met Sally and the 1985 childhood classic The Goonies, starring a very young Josh Brolin.

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