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Films are already leaving Disney Plus, and complicated streaming deals explain why

Films are already leaving Disney Plus, and complicated streaming deals explain why
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Disney Plus, Disney's $7 a month streaming service, launched in November with promises of old and new content.




Fans are already noticing that some films, including "Home Alone" and "The Sandlot," have disappeared from the streaming service.




Unlike competitors HBO and Netflix, Disney Plus does not release monthly updates with information about what content will be leaving the service.




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Disney Plus is a Disney fan's dream streaming service, as long as they weren't planning to watch "Home Alone" or its sequel, or any of the other movies that have quietly been removed in the last few weeks.
Subscribers on Reddit noticed that certain films had been removed, with no official statement from Disney, including "Home Alone," "The Sandlot," and "Pirate of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," making 12 films total that fans noticed were removed.
Disney Plus doesn't release monthly lists of content leaving the service the way that competing Netflix and HBO do, Polygon reported. Disney never promised that all content would permanently stay on the service, but in a November statement, a spokesperson clarified that animated classics like "Snow White" will remain available.
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