On the surface, Godzilla is a classic of the monster genre.
The 1954 original grossed $1.2 billion worldwide and has been re-released twice since then, both with new adaptations by Gareth Edwards and Matt Reeves.
But it’s never quite matched the success of the original, and in recent years its become more than a cult classic.
On the other hand, it’s been rereleased twice in the last few years, both of which were pretty bad movies.
This week, the studio behind Godzilla, Legendary Pictures, announced that it was shutting down its online streaming service, Movies.
That’s because the online service is being discontinued.
“The new service will no longer be in operation,” the company wrote in a blog post, without offering a reason for the decision.
“As a result, all current and future plans for future online features, events and other content will be cancelled.”
That means the only thing you’ll be able to watch Godzilla movies online is movies that you’ve already bought on DVD, Blu-ray, and streaming.
The reason why the studio said it would stop its streaming service is because the streaming service “is not aligned with the overall vision of the studio,” the post continued.
So if you want to watch the movie, you’ll have to get it on the DVD or buy it digitally on your computer.
But if you’re an avid Godzilla fan, the movie’s online streams will continue.
“Godzilla: Rise of the Legendary Monsters” will still be available on Movies.com, but that’s because that company still owns the rights to the film.
The new site is expected to be live soon.