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James Bond and Happy Gilmore are both saying goodbye to Netflix in April.

Last call for "Casino Royale," "Happy Gilmore" and more on Netflix in April 2019

Diamonds are forever ... but Bond movies on Netflix are most certainly not. The Big Red Streaming Behemoth today received its license to kill off a bunch of movies and TV shows in April – and Bond is next on its hit list, with "Casino Royale," "Goldfinger," "The Spy Who Loved Me" and eight other 007 adventures biting the bullet.

Unfortunately, Netflix isn't done there with big-name blockbusters bailing off the streaming service. The Adam Sandler '90s double whammy of "Billy Madison" and "Happy Gilmore" will both go to their home at the start of the month, joined by the more R-rated, sex-obsessed shenanigans of "American Pie." And speaking of the '90s, if you're a well-reviewed movie from that decade and you're currently on Netflix, well, you probably aren't after April, as "Heat," "L.A. Confidential" and "Seven" (or "Se7en" if you're nasty) will all get the boot on April Fools' Day.

The good news is that you'll likely be able to find all of these movies streaming elsewhere. The bad news is that you'll probably need to get another service to do so, whether it's Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, Apple's future streaming network, Warner's future streaming network or whoever else is getting into the business. Get pumped for the future!

Anyways, here's the rest of everything leaving Netflix in April.

April 1

"American Pie"

"Billy Madison"

"Blue Mountain State" seasons 1-3

"Casino Royale"

"Diamonds Are Forever"

"Die Another Day"

"Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood"

"Goldfinger"

"Happy Feet"

"Happy Gilmore"

"Heat"

"I Love You, Man"

"L.A. Confidential"

"Live or Let Die"

"Luther" seasons 1-4

"Octopussy"

"Pokemon: XY" seasons 1-2

"Seven"

"Sex and the City: The Movie"

"The Living Daylights"

"The Man With the Golden Gun"

"The Spy Who Loved Me"

"The World is Not Enough"

"Wallander" seasons 1-4

"You Only Live Twice"

April 4

"Raw"

April 7

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars"

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" seasons 1-5

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions"

April 13

"Video Game High School" seasons 1-3

April 18

"Silver Linings Playbook"

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