Like most contemporary releases on DVD, Wonder Boys features a 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer and Dolby Digital soundtrack that are flawless. It's worth noting, though, that the film has been edited from its original theatrical version. The family of a star named in the original version as a celebrity suicide was unhappy with the inclusion, so the filmmakers overdubbed a different name for the video release. The edit is noticeable, but does not really affect the overall film. The "Cast & Crew Interviews" section listed on the package and in the special features menu is really a short, "making of" featurette that covers the basics of the film's production. A more creative inclusion is an "interactive map tour" of the Pittsburgh area with a short history and explanation for each location. The most insightful is the segment on the bridges, revealing an entire motif that adds depth to the film. Similarly, a menu of the film's music is also provided, with a short commentary by director Curtis Hanson for each selected song. The most time in this feature is devoted to Bob Dylan, who contributed an original song, the Oscar-nominated "Things Have Changed." The music video and a trailer are included as well. Wonder Boys had a lackluster performance at the box office, but hopefully the ingenuity of the supplements and the quality of the film itself will help it find an audience on DVD.