In 1998, writer-director Nora Ephron reimagined romance in the internet age, bringing rival bookstore owners together online in You've Got Mail.
Twenty years later and the internet has changed quite a bit, but fans of the film still swoon over Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan's AOL-driven romance.
Ryan, who previously starred opposite Hanks in the Ephron-directed Sleepless in Seattle, plays Kathleen Kelly, the owner of a boutique bookshop that's threatened by the success of a super-chain owned by Joe Fox (Hanks). While chatting anonymously online, the two fall in love without realizing they have competed IRL.
The Warner Bros. film grossed more than $250 million worldwide and landed on numerous lists of the best romantic comedies of all time.
Read on for a glimpse at where the stars of You've Got Mail have gone since leaving Ephron's Upper West Side.