Everything Leaving HBO Max in March 2021

March is just around the corner and that means HBO Max is about to give its streaming roster a bit of an overhaul. There are a lot of new movies and TV shows coming to the service over the course of March, including Godzilla vs. Kong and Zack Snyder's Justice League. Unfortunately, there are also quite a few movies set to leave the streamer as well.

On Wednesday morning, HBO Max revealed the full list of movies and shows arriving on the service in March, as well as the roster of films set to leave. Sadly, there are some big names on the latter.

The month of March kicks off with HBO Max bidding farewell to Shazam!, one of the more acclaimed DC films of the last decade. Later in the month, both the Alien and Die Hard film franchises will be leaving the service, along with quite a few other films.

Here are all of the movies leaving HBO Max in March:

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March 1:
Shazam!, 2019 (HBO)
March 12:
Vacation, 2015
March 13:
The Curse Of La Llorona, 2019 (HBO)
March 14:
Judas and the Black Messiah, 2021
March 22:
Pokemon Detective Pikachu, 2019 (HBO)
March 28:
Tom & Jerry, 2021
March 31:
Alien, 1979 (Director’s Cut) (HBO)
Alien 3, 1992 (Extended Version) (HBO)
Alien Resurrection, 1997 (Extended Version) (HBO)
Aliens, 1986 (HBO)
All The Right Moves, 1983 (HBO)
Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, 2011 (HBO)
Any Given Sunday, 1999
Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero, 1998
Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason, 2004 (HBO)
The Bush Years: Family. Duty. Power., 2019
The Chronicles Of Riddick, 2004 (Director’s Cut) ( HBO)
Die Hard 2, 1990 (HBO)
Die Hard With A Vengeance, 1995 (HBO)
Die Hard, 1988 (HBO)
Edtv, 1999 (HBO)
The End: Inside The Last Days Of The Obama White House, 2017
Grudge Match, 2013 (HBO)
Habana Boxing Club, 2018 (HBO)
Hours, 2013 (HBO)
The Last Emperor, 1987 (HBO)
Last Knights, 2015 (HBO)
Love & Basketball, 2000
Michael, 1996
Mrs. Doubtfire, 1993 (HBO)
The Night Before, 1988 (HBO)
P.S. I Love You, 2007
Purple Rain, 1984
Queen & Slim, 2019 (HBO)
Revolutionary Road, 2008 (HBO)
Richard Jewell, 2019 (HBO)
Ruby Sparks, 2012 (HBO)
See No Evil, 2006 (HBO)
Sleight, 2017 (HBO)

Which of these movies are you most disappointed to see leaving HBO Max next month? Let us know in the comments!