Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen many films and shows removed from Disney+ around the world, and unfortunately, one of the titles removed is “Life-Size 2”, which stars Tyra Banks and was originally released on FreeForm in the US. The film is no longer available on Disney+ in many countries, including the United States, Canada and in the UK. The film is still currently available on Disney+ in some countries including Australia.
The film tells the story of Grace Manning, who is in the middle of her quarter-life crisis, realizing she is in over her head as CEO. To make matters worse, her wild-child ways are causing the company’s stock to plummet. With the help of her young next-door neighbor, Grace’s old Eve doll magically awakens to help get Grace back on track and give her the confidence to be the woman and leader Eve knows Grace can be.
“Life-Size 2” also stars Francia Raisa, Gavin Stenhouse, Hank Chen, Alison Fernandez, and Shanica Knowles.
Unlike most other removals in the United States, which are done either due to an existing contract with another company like Starz or HBO, or due to it being a limited release, like a holiday special, the reason for this removal is unknown. However, it could be down to Disney trying to reduce costs, such as in residual payments to cast/crew or server costs. Unfortunately, Disney doesn’t inform subscribers in advance of removals, which other streaming services do. So subscribers would be unaware of the embedding removal.
It’s currently unknown if “Life-Size 2” will be returned to Disney+.
Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom.