An original film that was no longer available to watch just a month after its release.
In recent months, there has been a lot of concern around the future of certain streaming titles amid the unusual removal of them.
The fury started when it was revealed that Hemlock forestone of Netflix’s original titles, will be taken down. lily hammer almost received the same treatment until lead star Steven Van Zandt stepped in.
Then there’s the series of scripted TV series from Max, formerly known as HBO Max, after being acquired by Warner Bros Discovery. However, in what could be one of the most egregious examples, a movie that was released on Disney+ just 48 days ago will be removed from the service.
Sci-fi adventure directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez, titled craterStarring McKenna Grace and Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi, it follows friends from a mining colony on the moon in 2257. The film had a budget of $53.4 million and was written by John Griffin. , the man behind the successful horror series Fromavailable to stream in the UK NOW.
No official reason was provided as to why crater will be removed from the service, but independence Disney+ has been reached for comment. It is believed to be an attempt to cut costs associated with licensing agreements.
The move happened on June 30th, after the recent removal of the ban Willow series, a spin-off to the 1988 film of the same name. Brian K Vaughan’s adaptation of Y: The Last Man and documentary series The World According to Jeff Goldblum has also been removed from service.
Based on What’s on Disney Plusanother title that has been removed is the show Hilary Swank Alaska Daily. The streaming service has also confirmed that the drama The company you keep And Watchful eye will no longer be added to the service in July as planned.
However, Netflix is getting a boost following the news that HBO shows will be made available to stream on the service for the first time.
crater Other credits of director Alvarez include Stanford Prison Experiment and the second season of Prime Video back home.
Find the full list of every movie and TV show removed from Netflix this month here.