What's Leaving Hulu in March 2021

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Wedding Crashers
New Line Cinema

Chances are you've been streaming more movies than ever before and adding new titles to your Hulu watchlists. Well beware: Some of the titles that you've added could be leaving Hulu for good! March will be your last chance to stream Coneheads, Wedding Crashers, Boogie Nights, three different Austin Powers titles and more great movies.

We've got the full list of titles below. This could be your last chance to watch these comedies, dramas and thrillers before you have to pay to see them somewhere else, so click on over to Hulu and watch your favorites right now, before they're gone.

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Pigeon Kings (March 16)

The 2020 documentary spotlights a community of men in the South Central neighborhood of Los Angeles who keep and train pigeons for competitive sport. It is the first title to leave Hulu in March. 

The Cooler (March 30)

Alec Baldwin, William H. Macy and Maria Bello star in the 2003 romantic drama about a casino worker who seems to be a jinx on the gamblers around him. That is, until he starts to fall in love. 

The Cooler

American Gigolo (March 31)

Richard Gere plays a male escort suspected of murder in this 1980 crime drama. Supermodel Lauren Hutton, Nina van Pallandt, Bill Duke and Héctor Elizondo also star in the movie that popularized the Blondie song "Call Me." 

American Gigolo
Paramount Pictures

As Good As It Gets (March 31)

In this 1997 drama, an abusive and lonely writer (Jack Nicholson) must soften if he wants to win the affections of his favorite waitress (Helen Hunt). Can he do it? Stream this title on Hulu and find out.

Attack the Block (March 31)

John Boyega, Alex Esmail and Leeon Jones play teenagers who must defend their south London neighborhood from evil aliens in this 2011 sci-fi thriller. Don't forget to stream this title on Hulu by the end of March.

attack the block
Film4 Productions

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (March 31)

Don't miss the 1997 Mike Myers-led spy comedy before it leaves Hulu this month. Elizabeth Hurley, Seth Green and Robert Wagner also star. 

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (March 31)

In 1999, Mike Myers gave the world his second Austin Powers movie. This time, he shared the screen with Heather Graham, Rob Lowe and Will Ferrell.

Austin Powers in Goldmember (March 31)

Marathon all three Austin Powers movies before they leave at the end of the month. The 2002 title stars Mike Myers, Beyoncé, Michael Caine and Fred Savage. 

Boogie Nights (March 31)

The 1997 Paul Thomas Anderson film is a must-see. The movie about adult film actors features an iconic cast, including Mark Wahlberg, Julianne Moore, Heather Graham, the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, William H. Macy, Don Cheadle and John C. Reilly. 

Boogie Nights 
New Line Cinema

Coneheads (March 31)

This extremely quotable 1993 comedy was inspired by the Saturday Night Live sketch of the same name and stars SNL alums Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin. Chris Farley and David Spade also star.

NBC Films

Dead Poets Society (March 31)

Robin Williams plays an English teacher who inspires his students through unorthodox teaching methods in this 1989 coming of age drama. Robert Sean Leonard and Ethan Hawke also star.

Dead Poets Society
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution

Good Luck Chuck (March 31)

Every woman who dates Charlie (Dane Cook) meets the love of her life once they break up. After word gets out, he starts getting used by women who want to settle down. But when Charlie meets Cam (Jessica Alba), he wants to make her his one. Stream this 2007 comedy on Hulu to find out if he can lock it down for good. 

I Can Do Bad All By Myself (March 31)

Taraji P. Henson stars in this 2009 Tyler Perry musical comedy about a nightclub singer who finds herself caring for three children. Mary J. Blige and Gladys Knight also star.

Love and Basketball (March 31)

Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps play childhood friends who share a passion for basketball in this 2000 film. Things become complicated as the two fall for each other and their passion for the game takes them on different paths. 

Mars Attacks! (March 31)

This 1996 Tim Burton sic-fi comedy about an alien invasion stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Pierce Brosnan, Glenn Close and Jack Nicholson. 

Mars Attacks! 
Tim Burton Productions

Night at the Museum (March 31)

Ben Stiller plays a security guard working the graveyard shift at New York's Museum of Natural History, who discovers that the statues come to life at night. The 2006 comedy also stars Robin Williams, Rami Malek and Ricky Gervais. 

Rushmore (March 31)

The 1999 Wes Anderson indie was Jason Schwartzman's film debut. When teenager Max Fischer (Schwartzman) and rich industrialist Herman Blume (Bill Murray) fall for the same elementary school teacher (Olivia Williams), they fight to win her affections. Hilarity and chaos ensue.

Buena Vista Pictures

Superbad (March 31)

You've got to stream this buddy-comedy one last time before it leaves Hulu. Jonah Hill and Michael Cera play high school friends trying to lose their virginity before they go their separate ways to college. They spend one of their last days together scheming to buy alcohol to impress girls at a party. The 2007 title also stars Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Bill Hader and Seth Rogen. 

Sony Pictures

The DUFF (March 31)

In this 2015 coming of age movie starring Mae Whitman, DUFF stands for "designated ugly fat friend." Can this DUFF (Whitman) reinvent herself and save her senior year? Stream it and find out. 


The Truman Show (March 31)

In this 1998 movie, Jim Carrey's entire life has been a TV show, only he doesn't know it. Things take a drastic turn once he starts to realize that something is amiss. Ed Harris and Laura Linney also star.

The Truman Show
Paramount Pictures

Wedding Crashers (March 31)

The comedy is coming to Hulu in March and leaving at the end of the month. That makes March the first and last time you can watch Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn play friends devoted to crashing weddings for free food and available women in this 2005 comedy. 

Wedding Crashers 
New Line Cinema

West Side Story (March 31)

The 1961 movie-musical starring Natalie Wood, Rita Moreno and Richard Beymer is a theatrical masterpiece. Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim created a timeless score that will have you singing and dancing along to songs you didn't realize you still knew all the words to. 

West Side Story 
20th Century Studios


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