Showtime: Movies Leaving in April

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'Girl, Interrupted' (1999)

Take a look at the films that will disappear from the premium outlet next month.

Showtime is saying goodbye to a number of titles in April.

The network announced a list of movies that are set to disappear throughout next month.

The 2015 horror film The Hallow will be the first title taken off on April 4, followed by Nowhere Boy on April 8. Jake Gyllenhaal starrer Jarhead will say goodbye on April 11, while films such as District 9 and Gangster Land will depart on April 14. 

Other pics such as Cabin Fever; Frank Miller's Sin City; Girl, Interrupted; Hotel Artemis; Made of Honor; Rambo; The Singing Detective; Stone; This Isn't Funny; Timeline; and Total Recall will disappear on April 30. 

Though a number of titles are leaving, Showtime has announced a myriad of new additions set to debut on the premium outlet in April.

Take a look below at the movies that will be leaving Showtime in April.

Leaving April 4 

The Hallow 

Leaving April 8 

Nowhere Boy 

Leaving April 11 

Jarhead 

Leaving April 12

Kirk Fox: That Guy 

Leaving April 13

7 Days in Entebbe
Unlocked 

Leaving April 14

District 9
Gangster Land 

Leaving April 17

Nine

Leaving April 19

Piranha (2010) 

Leaving April 24

The Rocketeer 

Leaving April 30 

Analyze This
Beyond Borders
Bigfoot and the Burtons
Billy Elliot
Blood and Chocolate
Blue Streak
Cabin Fever
Frank Miller's Sin City
Girl, Interrupted
Hotel Artemis
Made of Honor
Our House
Pathology
Platoon
Rambo
Scrooged
The Singing Detective
Stone
This Isn't Funny
Timeline
Total Recall
The White King