Totally missed this one: You’ve Got Mail, starring Meg and Tom Hanks, was recently released on Blu-ray! The disc comes packed with loads of extra’s. If you have the Deluxe Edition, those will look mostly familiair. Here’s more information on the disc from the DVD-talk site:
“For starters there’s an audio commentary with Writer/Director Nora Ephron and Producer Lauren Shuler Donner. There’s also a music-only track for the film, a theatrical trailer, and a music video for Carole King “Anyone of All”.
For meatier content there’s “Delivering You’ve Got Mail”, which is a interview of sorts where Ephron, Hanks, and Ryan talk about various aspects of the film at length. “You’ve Got Chemistry” looks at the on screen chemistry of actors such as Hanks and Ryan, though many other Hollywood pairings are featured more prominently. “HBO First Look: A Conversation with Nora Ephron” features more of Ephron talking about the film prior to its release. “Discover New York’s Upper West Side”, which is a tour of sorts that takes viewers to different locations of the film’s shooting.
All these features are well and good, but one of the biggest treats was the inclusion of the 2002 DVD release of “The Shop Around the Corner”. This 1940 movie directed by Ernst Lubitsch stars Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, and Frank Morgan. This is the film that inspired You’ve Got Mail and it’s a worthwhile romantic comedy in its own right.”