After being pulled from the streaming service, “Sterling Heights” is being relaunched as a feature film, but it will only be available on demand.

The film, starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and directed by Joss Whedon, will star Tom Hiddleston as the titular gangster and Kate Mara as the iconic love interest.

The project will be available to watch on demand starting October 15.

It will also be available in HD for the first time.

“Stern Hills” director Joss, who previously worked on the upcoming Marvel superhero film “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” told Entertainment Weekly he “felt it was important for us to rekindle the momentum” after “the last one.”

He added that it “felt very different” from the first film.

“It felt more like a coming-of-age story,” he said.

“I think that was the best part of the first one.

It was just like, ‘Wow, I’m finally back.'”

Joss said he was hoping to see “Stingers” succeed.

“What I really like about the idea of bringing back the character, it’s that it’s a character that has been really, really written off by the public, and the character is kind of a ‘big brother’ to a lot of these people who he’s dealing with.

And I think that’s very important.

“He does sort of like be a vigilante and he does sort on a very personal level, but I think he’s a really relatable character.” “

Fans who haven’t seen “Sstonewall” will be excited to see the film on streaming platforms as soon as October, but the film’s official release date has yet to be set. “

He does sort of like be a vigilante and he does sort on a very personal level, but I think he’s a really relatable character.”

Fans who haven’t seen “Sstonewall” will be excited to see the film on streaming platforms as soon as October, but the film’s official release date has yet to be set.

It has been reported that “Sts.” will debut in the fall of 2018, but Joss confirmed to EW that that is not the case.

“We’re really excited to do it,” he told EW.

“But we have a lot more to do on it.

I think the last film was kind of, I don’t want to say, a one-off thing, but really just an effort to be like, you know, what’s the next movie we’re going to do?”

“Stones” will also star “Tomb Raider” star Lara Croft.

It is being produced by Legendary Pictures and written by “Sons of Anarchy” writer Kurt Sutter and produced by “Bones” director James Wan.

“Tales From the Borderlands” star Zoe Saldana will reprise her role as Ellie, while “A Christmas Story” star Toby Jones will return to play Sam.

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” will see Luke Skywalker as a stormtrooper, while a third “Star Wars” movie is in the works.