Netflix Canada removing Leonardo DiCaprio movies, 'Superbad' and Selma Blair's 'Hellboy' in November – Yahoo News UK

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Leonardo DiCaprio fans only have a few days left to watch some favourite films with the actor on Netflix Canada, before Catch Me If You Can and Shutter Island are removed on Nov. 2.
Another loss coming for Canadians is the Oscar-winning film The Hurt Locker, directed by Kathryn Bigelow and starring Jeremy Renner.
Additionally, the Downtown Abbey film, which came out in 2019, will also be removed from Netflix Canada at the beginning of November, but the series will remain on the streaming platform.
The Guillermo del Toro movie Hellboy, starring Selma Blair and Ron Perlman, will also be removed on Nov. 1.
If comedies are more your speed, you'll want to head to Netflix to catch pop culture classics like The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Superbad and Without A Paddle, before they leave the streaming sit.
Luckily Lindsay Lohan fans have a new Christmas movie to look forward to in November, Falling For Christmas, starring the The Parent Trap icon, because her film Just My Luck is leaving Netflix next month.
With Halloween just around the corner, this may be the last year you're able to watch horror films like Seed of Chucky and the famed R.L. Stine Goosebumps series from 1998.
Nov. 1
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
Aagey Se Right
ABCD: Any Body Can Dance
Arjun: The Warrior Prince
Austin Powers in Goldmember
The Blue Lagoon
Chance Pe Dance
Christmas in the Heartland
The Craigslist Killer
Dance With Me
Dangerous Beauty
Deep Water
The Devil’s Tomb
Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal
Dhoondte Reh Jaoge
Downton Abbey
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
Eagle Eye
Edge of Fear
Evil Dead
The Family Court
First Daughter
The Forgiven
The Golden Path
Hotel for Dogs
How Do You Know
The Hurt Locker
Husbands in Goa
I Still See You
Jack and Jill
The Judgement
The Juror
Just My Luck
Kai Po Che!
Katt Williams: The Pimp Chronicles: Pt. 1
Katti Batti
L.A. Confidential
The Legend of Zorro
Life in a… Metro
The Little Nyonya
The Man Who Invented Christmas
Marc Maron: Thinky Pain
Miniforce X
Murder on Her Mind
My Best Friend’s Wedding
Nitro Rush
No One Killed Jessica
Our Ladies
Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!
Paan Singh Tomar
Pettersson and Findus 2
Seed of Chucky
Sigaram Thodu
The Truth
Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds
Welcome to Sajjanpur
What Women Want
Without a Paddle
Nov. 2
Catch Me If You Can
Crocodile Dundee 2
Four Brothers
From Dusk Till Dawn
Mossad 101
Shutter Island
Nov. 3
The Star
Nov. 15
At The Dolphin Bay
The Method
My MVP Valentine
Westside Story
The Yard
Nov. 19
For Life
There were no long faces to be seen as a horse literally walked into a bar in an Irish town on October 31, amid joyous celebrations to welcome home US Grand National winner Hewick.The seven-year-old horse was led into The Pint Depot in Bagenalstown, County Carlow, by his trainer John “Shark” Hanlon on his return from the US, where he scooped $155,000 in prize money. Hanlon bought the champ for just €850 ($844), Irish media reports said.Video shows Hanlon guiding his superstar steed through the doors of the pub, where Hewick lapped up a pint of Guinness.A version of the video on TikTok quickly went viral, clocking up hundreds of thousands of views. Credit: John Hanlon via Storyful
‘He had a way of asking very penetrating questions, often without necessarily meaning to,’ said star
A merger would have ‘impoverished our democracy’, US judge finds
A North Yorkshire farm that stretches for 100 acres, includes a four-bedroom main house and planning consent for three houses, has come on the market for a hefty price tag.
Environment minister Mark Spencer has been accused of 'ignorance on many levels' after joking about a 'little man in China'.
A council cannot confirm there will be no cuts to library services.
The autumn statement this month will likely encompass "rough" tax rises as the Treasury seeks to fill a multi-billion "black hole" in the nation's finances, Sky News has been told.
The Twilight Sad have been confirmed amongst an incredible lineup for next year’s Celtic Connections.
Reports suggest suspect 42-year-old David DePape was carrying zip ties, duct tape and a possible list of targets when he attacked Paul Pelosi in his San Francisco home in California on October 28.
Children as young as nine were prescribed puberty blockers at a Scottish gender identity clinic branded "Sturgeon's Tavistock," a report has revealed.
Italian study finds mysterious ‘third sounds’ are far more discernible on antique and better-quality instruments
Motorists are facing slow traffic due to an incident.
Watch them before they go
Larry Byrne of the Covid-19 Bereaved Families of Justice says the group is hoping for "justice" as Module 2 of the public inquiry into the Government's handling of the pandemic asks to see Boris Johnson’s WhatsApp messages.
San Francisco DA says 'political rhetoric' must be toned down after attack on Paul PelosiCNN
Guests at Shanghai Disneyland in China lined up near the resort’s exit following its sudden closure in line with local COVID pandemic measures on Monday, October 31.Footage posted on the Chinese social media platform Xiaohongshu shows guests at the park after nightfall lined up in groups by the exit.Shanghai Disneyland announced around 12 pm on Monday that the park would be closed “in order to follow the requirement of pandemic prevention and control.”Two new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Shanghai on October 31, local authorities said on Weibo.Areas in Pudong New Town, where Disneyland is located, were classified as medium-risk areas on October 31, local authorities said on Weibo. Credit: @5908930282ec392389393c19 via Storyful
This Morning's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby dress as the Addams Family for Halloween
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag backs Marcus Rashford after his side’s 1-0 win against West Ham. Rashford notched his 100th goal for United with a brilliant first-half header, which extended his side’s unbeaten run in all competitions to eight matches.
The Game Of Thrones prequel recently aired its finale – and many fans are already wondering about its return.
A rally is being held in Darlington town centre to protest against the current cost-of-living crisis and the want for a general election.


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