A lot of titles are leaving your favorite streaming service this July. Yes, I am talking about none other than HBO Now. You can decide for yourself if the decision is wrong, and titles like “Unfaithful,” “Evil Dead Ii,” “Rooster Cogburn” and “Beautiful Creatures” are in the news. With summer upon us, it’s more important than ever for HBO Now to find a way to convince its viewers to stay home instead of going outside where the sun shines with its full brightness. That is only possible when the streaming service provides us with a bunch of exciting series and movies.

‘Unfaithful’ – 2002 movie

The Verge reports that “Unfaithful” is leaving HBO Now this month.

Released in 2002, this American thriller was directed by Adrian Lyne, and the cast included Richard Gere, Dominic Chianese, Chad Lowe, Olivier Martinez and Diana Lane. It was an adaptation of a French novel titled “The Unfaithful Wife,” and the story was about a couple living in New York City. “Unfaithful” grossed over $50 million in the United States and a total of $119 million worldwide.

‘Evil Dead II’

Though “Evil Dead II” has received positive reviews from audiences and critics, the film is reportedly leaving HBO Now this week. This American comedy was directed and co-produced by Sam Raimi, and it was a sequel to the 1981 movie titled “The Evil Dead.” The film explored the life of Ash Williams who took his girlfriend, Linda, to a cabin in the woods where he ended up battling demons.

Bruce Campbell, Sarah Berry, Dan Hicks, Kassie Wesley, Ted Raimi, Denise Bixler, Richard Domeier, and John Peaks played the leading characters.

‘Beautiful Creatures’ – 2013 film

This American film was based on a novel of the same name by Margaret Stohl. Directed by Richard LaGravenese, “Beautiful Creatures” starred Alden Ehrenreich, Emma Thompson, Jeremy Irons, Alice Englert, Viola Davis, Eileen Atkins, Thomas Mann and Emmy Rossum.

HBO Now purchased the streaming rights to “Beautiful Creatures” in 2010, and now the film is leaving the streaming service, The Verge reports. David Denby from The New Yorker writes that “Beautiful Creatures” is a “wonderful classic movie,” and he encourages viewers who missed it to check it out.

‘Rooster Cogburn’

Released in 1975, “Rooster Cogburn” was an adventure film directed and co-produced by Stuart Millar, the film was about an aging lawman whose badge got suspended for a string of arrests.

“Rooster Cogburn” was based on a novel of the same name by Charles Portis, and it featured John Wayne, Katharine Hepburn, Anthony Zerbe, Richard Jordan, Paul Koslo, Tommy Lee, Jon Lormer and Lane Smith.

According to The Verge, “Batman Returns,” “The Color of Money,” and “Hard to Kill” would also leave HBO Now during this month.

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