Plus: Exclusive details about the film's 20th anniversary Blu-ray release

By Oliver Gettell
Updated January 03, 2017 at 04:22 PM EST
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Two decades after it had you at hello, Jerry Maguire is coming back. The big-hearted romantic dramedy starring Tom Cruise as a conscience-stricken sports agent is getting a 20th anniversary Blu-ray re-release, and EW has exclusive details.

Due Jan. 3, the special edition features a fully remastered version of the film and new bonus material, including the three-part retrospective Jerry Maguire: We Meet Again, nearly an hour of never-before-seen deleted and extended scenes, and a gallery with rare photos of the cast and crew.

In an excerpt from the bonus material, writer-director Cameron Crowe discusses the unique chemistry between Cruise and a then-unknown Renée Zellweger.

“They were both so different, Tom and Renee,” Crowe recalls. “Both coming from different sides of the world professionally, I think. There they were in one frame, and they looked so right together, yet they were so different. They completed each other, and that was the kind of line in the script that I always had in my head.”

The Jerry Maguire anniversary Blu-ray will initially be available exclusively at Best Buy, as a limited edition that includes a booklet with an introduction by Crowe, the 25-page mission statement featured in the film, and the original soundtrack CD.

Watch Cruise, Zellweger, and Crowe in the video above, and check out the Blu-ray packaging below.


Jerry Maguire

  • Movie
  • R
  • 138 minutes
  • Cameron Crowe