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With a lineup of new additions coming to Netflix in July, the streaming platform will also say goodbye to scores of titles this upcoming month.

 

Movies leaving the streamer throughout the month include 47 Meters Down, The Iron Lady, Solo: A Star Wars Story, Inglourious Basterds, Ex Machina, The Incredibles 2, The Spectacular Now and Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. Additional features saying goodbye to Netflix are Scary Movie 2, Salt, Godzilla, Obvious Child, Room, Her, The Edge of Seventeen, Sex and the City 2,Ant-Man and the Wasp and the Back to the Future trilogy.

In terms of TV shows, The Fosters seasons one through five and QB1: Beyond the Lights season one will leave Netflix this month.  Continue reading for a complete list of TV shows and movies set to leave the streamer in July. 

Leaving July 4

Blue Valentine

Leaving July 5

The Fosters: Season 1-5

The Iron Lady

Leaving July 8

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Leaving July 9

47 Meters Down

Leaving July 11

The Adderall Diaries

Enemy

Ginger & Rosa

A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III

Locke

The Spectacular Now

Under the Skin

Leaving July 12

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

Leaving July 15

Forks Over Knives

Leaving July 18

Laggies

Life After Beth

A Most Violent Year

Obvious Child

Room

Tusk

Leaving July 21

Bolt

Inglourious Basterds

Leaving July 25

Dark Places

Ex Machina

Mississippi Grind

Leaving July 26

Country Strong

Leaving July 28

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Her

Leaving July 29

The Incredibles 2

Leaving July 31

Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part II

Back to the Future Part III

Can't Hardly Wait

Casper

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Chernobyl Diaries

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

The Edge of Seventeen

Freedom Writers

Godzilla

Guess Who

Hancock

Hitch

The Interview

Jarhead

Jarhead 2: Field of Fire

Jarhead 3: The Siege

Open Season

The Pianist

The Pursuit of Happyness

QB1: Beyond the Lights: Season 1

Resident Evil: Extinction

Romeo Must Die

Salt

Scary Movie 2

Searching for Sugar Man

Sex and the City 2

Stuart Little

Twister

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

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MGM Says Starz Waited Too Long to Sue Over Exclusive Movies

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How is it possible that in this day and age a sophisticated television network can spend many millions of dollars for the exclusive rights to hit movies only to allow those same films to appear on other channels and streaming services for years without objection? This question might be headed for an actual answer.

Back in May, Starz sued MGM for allegedly not honoring an exclusivity pact. Starz Entertainment says it had a deal for MGM's library, including recent James Bond movies as well as Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Bull Durham,Rain Man, Thelma & Louise, Mad Max, The Terminator and many others. As the complaint states, "Unbeknownst to STARZ, by at least 2015 (and potentially earlier), MGM began granting licenses to the STARZ-exclusive Pictures to other competing content services during the very time periods in which STARZ had the exclusive rights."

2015, you say? Meaning a half a decade when those movies were available elsewhere? Was this really such a secret? Starz is only suing about this now?

In a motion to dismiss filed on Monday, MGM says that's "Starz’s theories of injury and damages are thus premised entirely on the open and public nature of the claimed breaches and infringements," adding, "[N]ot only were sophisticated industry participants apparently aware of MGM’s alleged misconduct, Starz also alleges that when ordinary consumers searched for movies or television shows online, the search results necessarily revealed MGM’s breaches."

MGM requests dismissal on the basis that Starz waited too long to file a complaint in California federal court.

"Whatever motivated Starz to file this lawsuit now, its claims are massively overstated and commercially insignificant," the motion states. "And while MGM will fully expose a host of other fatal defects in Starz's larded-up Complaint in due time, this motion properly seeks dismissal of hundreds of incurably time-barred claims as a matter of law before the parties and the Court expend significant time and resources on meritless litigation."

MGM's attorneys at Gibson Dunn write that Starz's license window on many of the titles closed on March 24, 2016, and that the suit covers old alleged sins. The motion continues, "Although Starz pleaded that MGM violated its rights starting in 2015 or earlier, it has failed to identify any title for which an alleged infringement or breach occurred within either limitations period except for Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. This defect in pleading warrants dismissal of 339 of the 340 titles at issue in the Complaint."

Read the full motion here.

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