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Now Available on Blu-ray and DVD: The Devil Wears Prada - 10th Anniversary Edition

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Back in 2006, the modestly-budgeted adaptation of Lauren Weisberger's 2003 novel The Devils Wears Prada became something of a phenomenon. Starring Meryl Streep as fashionista Miranda Priestly, the film wound up grossing an incredible $326 million worldwide before becoming an enduring home video favorite. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has now issued a 10th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray and DVD (Digital HD download included with either format). Strangely, despite updated cover art, the special features on the release are the same as the decade-old initial version.

Those features include: audio commentary (by a number of participants, including director David Frankel and screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna), deleted scenes with optional director's commentary, a gag reel, and a pop-up trivia track (on Blu-ray only). The DVD carries over five featurettes from the 2006 edition: "The Trip to the Big Screen," "NYC and Fashion," "Fashion Visionary," "Getting Valentino," and "Boss from Hell."  

The Devil Wears Prada also stars Anne Hathaway, already an established star, and—in her breakout role—Emily Blunt. It's a saucy, sassy film, with Andrea Sachs (Hathaway) making her mark after a rocky start at Miranda's Runway magazine. Definitely worth checking out, but if you already own the previous Blu-ray edition, this new one isn't necessary (or even recommended) by any means.

Luckily the SRP is low (look for deals, I'm currently seeing the BD at $7.99 and the DVD at just $3.99), so if this isn't already part of your collection then go for it.

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