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Killers -- A vacationing woman meets her ideal man, leading to a swift marriage. Back at home, however, their idyllic life is upset when they discover their neighbors could be assassins who have been contracted to kill the couple.
Killers -- Spencer Aimes is just your average, undercover, government-hired super-assassin accustomed to a life of exotic European locales, flashy sports cars and even flashier women. But when he meets Jen Kornfeldt, a beautiful, fun-loving computer tech recovering from a bad break-up, he finds true love…and happily trades international intrigue for domestic bliss.

Three years later, Spencer and Jen are still enjoying a picture-perfect marriage – that is, until the morning after Spencer’s 30th birthday. That’s when Spencer and Jen learn he's the target of a multi-million dollar hit.  Even worse, the hired killers have been stalking the happy couple for years, and could be anyone: friends, neighbors, the grocery store clerk, even that crabby old guy shuffling across the street.

Now Spencer and Jen are on the run for their lives. As their suburban paradise turns into a paranoid game of dodge-the-bullet, they must find out who wants Spencer dead and why, all the while trying to save their marriage, manage his pain-in-the-ass in-laws, keep up neighborly appearances…and just plain survive.

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Release Date:
4 June 2010 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
One Day Is Enough For You! See more »
Plot:
A vacationing woman meets her ideal man, leading to a swift marriage. Back at home, however, their idyllic life is upset when they discover their neighbors could be assassins who have been contracted to kill the couple. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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2 wins & 3 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Ashton Kutcher ... Spencer

Katherine Heigl ... Jen

Tom Selleck ... Mr. Kornfeldt

Catherine O'Hara ... Mrs. Kornfeldt

Katheryn Winnick ... Vivian

Kevin Sussman ... Mac Bailey

Lisa Ann Walter ... Olivia Brooks

Casey Wilson ... Kristen

Rob Riggle ... Henry

Martin Mull ... Holbrook

Alex Borstein ... Lily Bailey

Usher Raymond ... Kevin the Manager (as Usher Raymond IV)

Letoya Luckett ... Amanda (as LeToya Luckett)

Michael Daniel Cassady ... Milo

Larry Joe Campbell ... Pete Denham

Mary Birdsong ... Jackie Vallero

Ric Reitz ... Dougie Vollero

John Atwood ... Don Nootbar
Bruce Taylor ... Mr. Stafford
Sharan C. Mansfield ... Mildred

Anna Colwell ... Pretty Girl (as Anna Coldwell)
Adeline Gorgos ... Gorgeous Blonde

Ariel Winter ... Sadie
Jean-Charles Fonti ... Jean Paul
Nazareth Agopian ... Jaspar Leveneux
Christophe Carotenuto ... Leveneux's Adjutant
Blandine Bury ... Leveneux's Mistress
Ghislain Carosio ... Courier
Michel Bellier ... Maitre D'
David Marchal ... Waiter
Pascal T'Hooft ... Guard (as Pascal Trhoof)
David Mitnik ... Gagged Man

Winston Story ... Eurocreep

Lauren Glazier ... Stewardess
George Duskin ... Trap Shooter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cesar Aguirre ... Party Guest (uncredited)

James Belyeu ... Block Party Patron (uncredited)

Mariann Gavelo ... Club Chick (uncredited)
Chris Gombash ... Carwasher / Jogger (uncredited)

Golden Gysel ... Model (uncredited)
Ashley Harvin ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Keith Allen Hayes ... Patron (uncredited)

Rob Healy ... Club Dancer (uncredited)

John Ierardi ... Mike Model (uncredited)

Amir Kovacs ... Doctor (uncredited)
Casey Larios ... Funky Dancer (uncredited)
Manny ... EU Model (uncredited)

Lynn McArthur ... Neighbor / Party Guest (uncredited)

Matt Murphy ... European Model (uncredited)

Cody Rowlett ... Neighbor / Party Guest (uncredited)
Little Sebastien ... Employee at Design Firm (uncredited)

Amanda Talamantez ... Night Club Patron (uncredited)

Jawad Talpur ... Construction Worker / Man at July 4th Street Party (uncredited)
Ralf Wancha ... Airplane Passenger (uncredited)

Matt Zemlin ... Upscale Model (uncredited)

Directed by
Robert Luketic 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Bob DeRosa (screenplay) and
Ted Griffin (screenplay)

Bob DeRosa (story)

Produced by
Scott Aversano .... producer
William S. Beasley .... executive producer
Jason Goldberg .... producer
Mike Karz .... producer
Ashton Kutcher .... producer
Chad Marting .... executive producer
Peter Morgan .... executive producer
Karyn Murphy .... co-producer (as Karyn Spencer Murphy)
Michael Paseornek .... executive producer
Hernany Perla .... co-producer
Christopher S. Pratt .... executive producer (as Christopher Pratt)
Josie Rosen .... executive producer
John Sacchi .... executive producer
Daniel Thom .... co-producer: France
 
Original Music by
Rolfe Kent 
 
Cinematography by
Russell Carpenter (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Richard Francis-Bruce 
Mary Jo Markey 
 
Casting by
Deborah Aquila 
Jennifer L. Smith 
Tricia Wood 
 
Production Design by
Missy Stewart 
 
Set Decoration by
Michel Rollant 
 
Costume Design by
Johanna Argan 
 
Makeup Department
Richard Boggs .... hair stylist
Vanessa Davis .... hair stylist
Sean Flanigan .... hair department head
Sean Flanigan .... hair stylist: Ms. Heigl
Elizabeth Hoel .... key makeup artist
Irène Jordi .... key makeup artist: France second unit (as Irene Jordi)
Irène Jordi .... key makeup artist: France (as Irene Jordi)
Natasha Ladek .... wig maker: Katherine Heigl
Tracey Levy .... makeup artist: Mr. Kutcher
Juliet Loveland .... key makeup artist: additional photography (as Juliette Loveland)
Alain Luzy .... key hair stylist: France second unit
José Martin .... key makeup artist: France second unit
Tania McComas .... makeup artist: Ms. Heigl
Tania McComas .... makeup department head
Vickie Mynes .... key hair stylist
Ai Nakata .... key hair stylist: additional photography
Nina Paskowitz .... hairstylist: Mr. Kutcher
Donna M. Premick .... key makeup artist: Atlanta second unit (as Donna Premick)
Scott H. Reeder .... key hair stylist: Atlanta second unit (as Scott Reeder)
Michael Ross .... mold maker
Shunika Terry .... assistant hair stylist
 
Production Management
Benoit Auriol .... production manager: France
Francesca Bartolucci .... assistant unit manager
Franco Della Posta .... production manager
Rosemary Lara .... director of production
Mark W. McCoy .... post production manager (as Mark McCoy)
Curtis A. Miller .... production director (Lions Gate Films)
Carl Pedregal .... post-production supervisor
Sharyn Shimada-Huggins .... production supervisor
Donna Sloan .... executive in charge of production: Lions Gate Films
Mike Upton .... unit production manager: additional photography
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mallorie Ballestra-Duquesnoy .... third assistant director
Delphine Bertrand .... third assistant director
Doug Coleman .... second unit director
Aurore Coppa .... third assistant director: second unit
Vanessa Djian .... second assistant director: France
Zach Hunt .... second second assistant director
Gil Kenny .... first assistant director: France
James LaRocca .... first assistant director: second unit
Jon Mallard .... first assistant director
Marjorie Marramaque .... second assistant director: second unit
Shanalyna C. Palmer .... second second assistant director: second unit
Tyler Romary .... second assistant director
Ethan Ross .... second assistant director: second unit
Chad Wheeler .... additional second assistant director
 
Art Department
Christopher Amerson .... painter
Scanlan Backus .... prop maker
Andrew Baris .... art department production assistant
Cameron Beasley .... set designer
Heather Bowers .... on-set dresser
Tony Bridgers .... construction general foreman
Michael Brushaber .... painter
Shane Buckallew .... lead plaster foreman
Brett Chapman .... set dresser
Susan Chooljian .... buyer
Joseph Conenna .... buyer
Lee Cunningham .... props
Roberto DiCamillo .... buyer
Warren Drummond .... storyboard artist
Doug Fick .... set designer
Daniel B. Foster .... set dresser
China Fox .... assistant property master (as China Iwata)
Douglas Fox .... property master
Carol Francoso .... scenic artist
Michael Gowen .... construction buyer
Shawn M. Gray .... props assistant
Geoffrey S. Grimsman .... assistant art director
Steve A. Hagberg .... construction coordinator
Daphne Hayes .... set dresser
Sammy Ray Hill .... stand-by greens
Brady Holden .... painter
Justin C. Hosp .... set dresser
Chris Hunter .... storyboard artist
Peggy Johnson .... paint gang boss
Thomas V. Johnson .... lead scenic
Julie Kobsa .... second unit property master
Rich Koll .... construction foreman
Eliot Levin .... set dresser
Anthony Liberatore .... storyboard artist
Robert Lucas .... leadman
Hugh D.G. Moody .... assistant art director
Swift Moseley .... key greensman
Ruffin Moye .... greensman
Blake Myers .... b-unit set dresser
Mark Nave .... construction foreman
David J. Negron Jr. .... storyboard artist
Nick Nelson .... painter
Joe O'Shea .... construction medic
Sebastien Ordonez .... assistant art director: Nice
Melchizerdec Pemberton .... painter
Taraja Ramsess .... on-set dresser
Bob Renna .... draper: additional photography
Bob Renna .... drapery foreman: additional photography
Christian Schoubye .... set decoration production assistant
Mike Sullivan .... scenic charge
Linda Verzi .... set decoration buyer
Greg Waddle .... standby greens
Robert Williams .... construction gang boss
Brett Bowden .... lead scenic: reshoots (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Michael Babcock .... sound designer
Michael Babcock .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Babcock .... supervising sound editor
Christopher Barrick .... sound mix technician
Michael P. Clark .... sound utility
Tim Gedemer .... sound effects editor
Lee Gilmore .... sound effects editor
Eric Gotthelf .... adr mixer
Ian Herzon .... sound effects editor
Bryan Jerden .... sound effects editor
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Fabien Kharat .... boom operator
Tim LeBlanc .... additional sound re-recording mixer
Colt Logan .... boom operator
Christopher Mills .... efp sound
Alyson Dee Moore .... foley artist
Ed Novick .... production sound mixer
Tom Ozanich .... sound re-recording mixer
Troy Porter .... adr mixer
John Roesch .... foley artist
Frank Smathers .... co-supervising sound editor
Dean St. John .... adr mixer
Trevor Stott .... additional boom operator
Hugo Weng .... dialogue editor
Lars Bjerre .... dialogue denoising (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
John S. Baker .... special effects supervisor: second unit
Brian Bero .... special effects foreman: Los Angeles
Mike Brown .... special effects: Los Angeles
Tony Centonze .... shop supervisor
Morgan Guynes .... special effects technician
William D. Harrison .... pyrotechnician
Karen Anne Kershaw .... special effects purchaser
Ronald W. Mathews .... special effects coordinator: Los Angeles
Clay Pinney .... special effects coordinator
Joshua Pinney .... special effects supervisor
Lisa Reynolds .... special effects technician
Bob Riggs .... assistant special effects supervisor
Matthew Scurry .... special effects technician
Bob Shelley .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Graeme Baitz .... digital compositor
Jamie Baxter .... digital compositor
Scott E. Baxter .... visual effects artist
Trinh Baxter .... digital artist
Michael Best .... gaffer: kerner optical
Annalyn Betinol .... rotoscope artist
Jason Bidwell .... compositor: Asylum FX
Jason Brackett .... best boy: kerner optical
Rhodem R. Capilla .... roto artist
Elohim Cervantes Tampus .... visual effects artist
Diana Cheng .... visual effects coordinator
Ian Chriss .... visual effects electrician: Kerner Optical
Jan Cilliers .... compositor: Asylum VFX
Patrick Clancey .... digital opticals
Tom Cloutier .... key grip: kerner optical
Caitlin Content .... compositor
Nick D'Abo .... miniature supervisor: kerner optical
Ayse Dedeoglu .... visual effects production manager: Kerner Optical (as Ayse Arkali)
Michael Dillon .... digital intermediate assistant producer
Keegan Douglas .... digital compositor
Patricia Rose Duignan .... visual effects executive producer: Kerner Optical
Kelly Fischer .... digital compositor: LOOK Effects
David Geoghegan .... digital compositor
Cortney Haile .... visual effects executive
Spencer Hecox .... digital compositor
Geoff Heron .... pyro supervisor
Danny S. Kim .... visual effects artist
Ian Kirby .... digital compositor
Pierre Maurer .... modelmaker: kerner optical
Tony Meister .... graphic designer
Roger Mocenigo .... compositor: XY&Z
Steve Muangman .... digital compositor: Asylum Visual Effects
Cafe Noir .... title animator: Pic Agency
James P. Noon .... tracking
Gregory Oehler .... visual effects supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Eddie Offermann .... tools developer
Justin Pascal .... visual effects compositor
Vance Piper .... camera operator: kerner optical
Shaun Anthony Portillo .... roto artist
Salahuddin Razul .... roto artist
Blair Richmond .... digital compositor
Bryce Rieger .... digital compositor
Martin Rosenberg .... director of photography: kerner optical
Migs Rustia .... visual effects editor
Toshihiro Sakamaki .... modeler: Asylum
Jason Sanford .... visual effects producer
Kosta Saric .... visual effects editor: Asylum Visual Effects
Prateep Siamwalla .... tracking
Sharmishtha Sohoni .... visual effects: CIS Hollywood
Frank Spiziri .... visual effects coordinator: Asylum
Paul Stemmer .... visual effects editor
Stephanie Sweeney .... lead rotoscope artist: Asylum FX (as Stephanie Ide)
Darcie Tang .... visual effects producer: Asylum
Mike Uguccioni .... visual effects supervisor
Chris Van Dyck .... digital compositor
Marc Varisco .... visual effects supervisor: Asylum VFX
Kevin Wallace .... manager of operations: Kerner Optical
Ashley J. Ward .... visual effects coordinator
John L. Weckworth .... digital compositor
Sean Wehrli .... title designer & animator: Pic Agency
Matt Wilson .... digital compositor
Xye .... tracking
Ariana Young .... visual effects coordinator
Joel Bentow .... compositor (uncredited)
Elika Burns .... roto/paint supervisor: CIS Hollywood (uncredited)
Hugo Dominguez .... digital artist: Asylum (uncredited)
Felicia Faden .... matte painter (uncredited)
John Stewart .... second unit visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Joni Avery .... utility stunts
Rosie Bernhard .... stunt double: Alex Borstein
Alexandre Cauderlier .... stunt rigger: France
Alexandre Cauderlier .... stunts: France
Kevin Cauderlier .... stunt rigger: France
Kevin Cauderlier .... stunts: France
Patrick Cauderlier .... stunt coordinator: France
Jeff Chumas .... utility stunts
Doug Coleman .... stunt coordinator
Yan Dron .... utility stunts (as Yann Dron)
Jen Egan .... utility stunts (as Jennifer Egan)
Cheyenne Ellis .... stunt double: Katherine Heigl
Corey Michael Eubanks .... utility stunts (as Corey Eubanks)
Donna Evans .... utility stunts
Mickey Giacomazzi .... utility stunts
Karin Justman .... stunt double: Katheryn Winnick
Oliver Keller .... stunt double: Ashton Kutcher
Jennifer Lamb .... utility stunts
James Lew .... fight coordinator
Brian Machleit .... utility stunts
Allen Robinson .... stunt coordinator
Cody Rowlett .... stunt driver
Sébastien Seveau .... precision driver: France (as Sebastien Seveau)
Charles A. Tamburro .... stunt helicopter pilot
Bryan Thompson .... utility stunts
Marc Wolff .... helicopter pilot: France
Dean Bailey .... stunts (uncredited)
Dan Brown .... stunts (uncredited)
Ken Clark .... stunts (uncredited)
Eliza Coleman .... stunts (uncredited)
Meegan Godfrey .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Brieann Rich .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Michael Rich .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Nicholas Rich .... stunt driver (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Irie Bailey .... rigging electrician
Greg Baldi .... camera operator: second unit
Mike Barnett .... ultimate arm operator
Thomas A. Barrios .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Chris Birdsong .... grip
Quentin Bochini .... grip: France
Eric Bornes .... first assistant camera
Magali Bragard .... still photographer
Hugh Braselton .... second assistant camera
Scott Brinson .... lighting console programmer
Laurent Brisse .... electrician: France
Erik L. Brown .... first assistant camera: "a" camera and Steadicam
Grant Busbee .... rigging electrician
Alex Calderon .... rigging electrician
Richard L. Carden .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Bethany Carroll .... grip
Thomas Collignon .... camera operator: second unit
Rick Crank .... electrician
Erik Curtis .... underwater camera unit
Douglas A. Degrazzio .... digital imaging technician
Carmen Del Toro .... data wrangler
David E. Diano .... camera operator: "b" camera
Julie Donovan .... first assistant camera: 2nd unit
Rick Dungan .... digital imaging technician: b unit
Florent Duroc .... electrician: France
Wes Eastin .... grip
David Ellis .... electrician
Brian Evans .... gaffer: additional photography
Chris Fisher .... first assistant camera: second unit
Michael Fitzgerald .... epk photographer
Terry Fitzpatrick .... video assist operator
Terry Fitzpatrick .... video assist operator: second unit
Ben Gaskin .... rigging electrician
Sean P. Gilbert .... underwater first assistant camera
Eric Henson .... camera utility
Harry Hope .... grip
Stuart Huggins .... data manager
Philip Hurn .... camera operator
Paige Jarvis .... grip: day player/second unit
Jean-Baptiste Jay .... camera operator: Russian Arm, second unit
Carl M. Johnson .... lighting technician
Bret Lanius .... first assistant camera
Sophie Lemaire .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Len Levine .... gaffer
Josh Levy .... key video assist operator
Dennis J. Lootens .... rigging gaffer
Julian Lord .... grip: Bahamas
Erik Loveland .... rigging electrician
Michael Lowrance .... best boy electric
Gregory Lundsgaard .... camera operator: "a" camera
Gregory Lundsgaard .... steadicam operator
Halley Manning .... electrician
John Marzano .... aerial director of photography
Harry D. McCall .... grip (as Harry McCall)
Tully McCulloch .... gaffer: second unit
Roger McDonald .... camera operator: "b" camera
Kevin McKnight .... director of photography: second unit
Matthew Mebane .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Lorenzo Mele Mellet .... electrician
Melissa Moseley .... still photographer
Ray Myers .... electrician
Jesse Olivares .... digital video assist operator: additional photography
Sofia Olstorpe .... second assistant camera
Glenn Ortman .... rigging electrician
Craig R. Owens .... grip
Gregory Pagnier .... second assistant camera
David Parker .... electrician
Meiklejohn Pate .... grip
Stoke T. Renigade Patterson .... rigging electrician (as Stroke T. Renegade Patterson)
Mike Pearce .... set electrician/rigging electician
Lionel Pedro .... assistant camera
Charles Praileau .... rigging grip
Rick Pratt .... key rigging grip
Thomas Rollant .... camera trainee
Thomas Rollant .... video assistant
Léonard Rollin .... digital imaging technician: 2nd unit
Michael Edison Satrazemis .... camera operator (as Mike Satrazemis)
Scott Satterfield .... best boy grip: second unit
Jim Shelton .... key grip
Greg Still .... lighting technician
Matthieu Straub .... data manager
Brent Studler .... electrician
Jon Sudtell .... best boy grip
Randy Tharpe .... rigging grip
Troy Toebben .... base camp gaffer
John Trapman .... aerial director of photography
Vincent Tulasne .... digital video assist operator
Nicolas Turchet .... key grip: second unit
François Vigon .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Jean-Baptiste Villechaize .... first assistant camera: second unit
Glyn Williams .... first assistant camera: aerial unit, second unit (as J. Glyn Williams)
Jon Derek Wilson .... electrician
Marc Wolff .... pilot: camera helicopter
Peter Zuccarini .... underwater director of photography
Bob Campi .... digital imaging technician (uncredited)
Andrew Fisher .... assistant camera (second unit) (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Marty Cherrix .... extras casting
Stephanie Corsalini .... additional casting
Frederic Dagmey .... extras casting assistant
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... adr voice casting
Wendy Washbrook .... extras casting: los angeles
Gabby Williamson .... extras casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nestor Arce .... costume production assistant
Emily Dominguez .... costumer: Ms. Heigl - Bahamas
K. Drew Fuller .... ager/dyer
Molly Grundman .... assistant costume designer
Jill Halbreich .... set costumer
Jennifer Harvey .... set costumer: French crew
Stacy Horn .... costume supervisor
Jessy Jamison .... wardrobe assistant
Elizabeth McEntire Williams .... costume assistant
Ellen Mirojnick .... costume designer: Ashton Kutcher/Katherine Heigl
Helen Monaghan .... costume supervisor: Bahamas
Daniel Grant North .... costume supervisor: Bahamas
Ivana Savic .... costume assistant
Diana Savone .... costumer
Kate Sawyer .... set costumer
Anton Schneider .... costumer: Mr. Kutcher
Heather Sease .... additional on-set costumer
Debbie Travis .... costumer: Ms. Heigl
Paula Truman .... costumer: Bahamas
Tim Wegman .... costumer: Bahamas
Monique Younger .... costumer: Katherine Heigl (as Monique Woods)
 
Editorial Department
Rick J. Brown .... colorist: dailies (as Rick Brown)
Marisa Clayton .... project supervisor: modern videofilm
Toby Francis-Bruce .... assistant editor
Stuart Huggins .... assistant editor
Ken Lebre .... dailies producer
Natasha Leonnet .... digital intermediate colorist
Curtis Lindersmith .... digital intermediate editor
Jeremy Luena .... editorial production assistant
Matt Maddox .... assistant editor
Jennifer Mangan .... first assistant editor
Christopher McDonald .... dailies operator
Jim Passon .... color timer
Justin Powell .... post-production assistant
Christian Prejza .... digital intermediate producer: EFILM
 
Music Department
Tony Blondal .... booth supervisor
Tony Blondal .... orchestrator
Maureen Crowe .... music consultant
Jay Faires .... music executive
Katie Greathouse .... temp music editor
Phil McGowan .... score mix assistant
Tracy McKnight .... music supervisor
Alistair South .... music assistant
Nick South .... music editor
Greg Townley .... scoring mixer
Alice Wood .... midi programmer
Willa Yudell .... music assistant
 
Transportation Department
Jalal Aqdim .... picture car assistant coordinator: France
Tim Barker .... driver
Joseph F. Beeco .... driver
Jennifer Blackman .... driver
Karine Boissel .... driver: France
Aurélia Bono .... production driver
Leslie Boston .... driver
Robert Brubaker .... picture cars
Kevin Caira .... driver
Arthur C. Chesser .... driver
Philippe Chomicki .... driver: France
Ian Clarke .... picture vehicle technician
Damien Clement .... production driver
Tracy L. Coker .... driver
Michael Connor .... transportation captain: additional photography
John Croker .... driver
Gary Duncan .... picture car captain (as Gary Duncan)
Arnaud Ferrant .... driver: France
Elodie Ferrer .... transportation coordinator
Darnell Fuqua .... driver
Geno Hart .... transportation coordinator: additional photography
Charles Heidet .... picture vehicle coordinator: France
Barbara Hopkins .... driver
Kirk Huston .... transportation captain
Linda 'Lil' Johnston .... driver
Lewis Jones Jr. .... camera transportation
Ted Joneson .... driver
Elvin D Moore Jr .... picture car mechanic
Cliff Kerns .... driver
Jay Krueger .... driver
Daniel La Fave .... driver
Tim Lambert .... driver
Joanna Leiidekker .... driver: France
Donnie Moore .... picture car mechanic
Cindi Randall .... driver (as Cindi L. Randall)
Cindi Randall .... driver: honeywagon
Pamela C. Ray .... driver
Antionne Rolle .... driver: grip truck
Patricia Sammons .... driver
John H. Stephens .... transportation captain
Olivier Suffert .... production driver: Nice
Huelon F. Thrift Jr. .... transportation
Jason Tubbs .... driver
Matthieu Vogel .... driver: France
 
Other crew
Charlotte Acker .... production assistant
Mary Jane Amato .... second payroll accountant
Michael Anders .... production coordinator: main title sequence
Lauren Aparicio .... office production assistant
Remy Aparicio .... set production assistant: France
Alix Bannon .... first assistant accountant: additional photography (as Alix Large)
Gianluca Barra .... production assistant: Italy
Jeremy Bau .... assistant location manager
Travis Bauer .... assistant: Mr. Luketic
Jason Benoit .... assistant: Mr. Aversano
Andrew Benz .... set production assistant: additional photography
Richard Berkeley .... facilities manager: France
Lionel Berner .... assistant location manager
Eddie Billue .... set medic
Françoise Bouillon-Pommerolle .... production accountant
David Michael Brown .... key craft service: Second Unit
Ricou Browning Jr. .... marine coordinator: Bahamas unit (as Ricou Browning)
Mary Malone Browning .... assistant to Mike Karz (as Mary Browning)
Justin Burnham .... production assistant
Julien Béségher .... assistant accountant: France
Jay Cannavo .... production assistant
Hélène Cardona .... adr voice
Brett Chapman .... grip second unit
Sarah Christmas .... location scout
Robin Citrin .... location manager
Ami Cohen .... production department coordinator
Bob Cousins .... stand-in
Stuart Cove .... boats: Bahamas unit
Dana Curt .... set medic
Corinne Dacomo .... location
Dennis Dawson .... set production assistant
Gaetan Dinon .... assistant location manager
Stephen Dirkes .... assistant location manager
Kelly Donnelly .... assistant: Mr. Kutcher
Alex Edlin .... safety diver: Bahamas unit
Shantell Fancher .... assistant production coordinator
Tal Fiala .... account executive
Oscar J. Flores .... assistant production coordinator: additional photography
Lucia Foster Found .... aerial operations coordinator
Erin G. Fuller .... assistant location manager: second unit (as Erin G. Fisher)
Andy Gaines .... production assistant: second unit
Lauren Gaither .... assistant: Mr. Sacchi
Wilma Garscadden-Gahret .... script supervisor
Cynthia Gates Fujikawa .... production accountant
Jean-Marc Gaude .... key production assistant
Travis Grant .... stand-in: Ashton Kutcher
Pamela B. Green .... co-creative director titles
Raine Hall .... location manager: 2nd Unit
Adam Hamilton .... stand-in
Nicole Hankerson .... production assistant
Angela Harvey .... office production assistant
Omar Hashmy .... production assistant: reshoots
Marie Healy .... key assistant location manager
Liam Hearne .... post production accountant
Atiya Henry .... production secretary
David K. Henry .... production financing
Chris Hewat .... location manager (as Christopher Hewat)
Meghan Heyburn .... stand-in: Katherine Heigl
Kyle Hinshaw .... location assistant
Robert Hoehn .... production assistant
Aimee Holmberg .... second unit production assistant
Elliot Holmes .... production assistant
Karen Ibara .... assistant: Ms. Heigl
Bill Jacks .... manager of business and legal affairs
Jerry P. Jacobs .... production consultant: Lions Gate Films
Johann Jolivet .... set production assistant
Jina Jones .... assistant: Mr. Paseornek
Adam Jordan .... production assistant
Lydia Joyner .... additional production assistant
Zach Kane .... food stylist
Danielle King .... production assistant
Devon Marie King .... stand-in
Andrew C. Kirk .... location assistant
Kevin Knotts .... helicopter ground safety (uncredited)
Shari LaFranchi Blakney .... production coordinator
Jessica Lavenir .... set production assistant
Lee David Lee .... key assistant location manager
Marine Legoff .... set production assistant
Miles Logan .... set production assistant
Kevin Lum .... key production assistant: additional photography
Christopher Maguire .... production assistant
Gabriel Mamruth .... payroll master
Cynthia H. Margulis .... second assistant accountant
Nadege Marti .... location manager: France
Lynn McArthur .... body double
Lynn McArthur .... stand-in
Nan McCulloch .... food stylist
Yvonne McDowell .... production assistant: 2nd Unit
Mimi N. McGreal .... travel coordinator
Ben McIver .... location assistant
Stacie McKinnon .... production assistant
Robert M. Melnik .... executive vice president of business affairs
David Muntz .... assistant: Mr. Selleck (as David B. Muntz)
Joseph Nadeau .... second unit production assistant
Damien Noguer .... extras coordinator
Shanika L. Peterson .... second assistant accountant
Christopher E. Pettus .... craft service assistant (as Christopher Earl Pettus)
Ellen Pfirrmann .... assistant location manager
Nicolas Piechaczek .... location manager
Mark Ver Ploegh .... second assistant accountant
Brigette Pope .... assistant location manager: additional photography, Los Angeles
Patricia Reid-Douglas .... production coordinator
Emily Rice .... post production accountant
Tiffany Romero .... assistant production accountant
Cody Rowlett .... body double
Cody Rowlett .... stand-in
John Sanchez .... production coordinator: additional photography
Erin Santini .... production assistant
Rafael Sanz .... set production assistant: additional photography
Ryan Schaetzle .... location scout
Trevor Schliefer .... production assistant
Robert Severance .... police security
Hakim Shakoor .... caterer: assistant chef
Cassius Allen Shuman .... business & legal affairs: Lionsgate
Jennifer Simonnet .... production secretary
Donna Sloan .... executive vice president: production
Desmond Smith .... office production assistant
Gene Michael Smith .... production assistant
Kyle Smithers .... key set production assistant: second unit
Amy Smolev .... first assistant accountant
Steven Stadler .... stand-in
Douglas Staley .... safety diver: Bahamas unit
Andy Stephens .... aerial operations manager
Brandon Stewart .... production assistant
Amanda Sutton .... post production payroll accountant
Jim Swidarski .... payroll accountant
Stan Swofford .... medic coordinator
Samantha Timmerman .... second script supervisor (as Samantha Z. Timmerman)
Michael Umble .... unit publicist
Paul Vallespi .... set production assistant
Jarik Van Sluijs .... creative director: titles
Arthur Vernon .... production legal services (as Olivier Savelli)
Laura von Herrmann .... travel coordinator
Courtney Nordessa Ward .... assistant production coordinator
Rebecca Napier White .... production secretary: second unit
Candace Williford .... production assistant
Shauna Brianne Wong .... credits coordinator
Teresa M. Yarbrough .... production coordinator: second unit
Zach Kane .... craft service: day player (uncredited)
M.V. Oliphant .... stand-in: Usher Raymond (uncredited)
Carole Schmidlin .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Marc Wolff .... aerial coordinator (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Franck Priot .... special thanks
Lorenzo Rusin .... special thanks
 

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Also Known As:
"Kiss & Kill" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Rated PG-13 for violent action, sexual material and language
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100 min
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During filming, Ashton Kutcher accidentally knocked out a stunt man with his fist.See more »
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Continuity: At the block party, a party-goer fires a corked rifle, but a dart is seen popping the balloon target.See more »
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Spencer Aimes:You said I Love You while you were sleeping in the hotel bed, but I didn't told you that. Because I want to be the one to say it first.See more »
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67 out of 109 people found the following review useful.
Kill me now, 1 July 2010
Author: benhall_uk from United Kingdom

ONCE in a blue moon there comes a movie which hits every criteria spot on, and Killers has honed all of its attributes in order to make a truly, unequivocally bland and forgettable hour and a half-worth of tosh. Newly single Jen, played with no charm or skill by Katherine Heigl, is on vacation with her parents when she meets her ideal man Spencer, just about acted by perennial action figure Ashton Kutcher. The pair fall in traditionally quick fake movie love and get married. Little does Jen know though, her new husband is actually a secret government spy who kills people for a living and is trying to settle down. The fact that Kutcher looks in or around 30 years old and is playing the 'I don't want to kill people any more, whimper and sniffle' card does nothing for the integrity of the storyline. It wasn't until I looked at my watch either that I realised nothing more than that had actually really happened for the first 45 minutes. The trailers portray the premise of the film as an unwitting and clumsy Jen being dragged into a kill or be killed quarrel between Spencer and assassins hired to kill him because he's a liability in suburban life. However, it's nigh on an hour into the woeful film before anything of significance even happens. They say start as you mean to continue, and director Robert Luketic has done just that; he began with a barrel-full clichés played without any conviction and then went on to provide the audience with nothing more than an homage to every action rom-com in a drawn-out montage. Admittedly, neither Kutcher or Heigl has strayed far from their comfort zones, which in many ways has served against them as the pair seem almost complacent in their efforts to make the characters believable. At times there is a childlike playfulness between the two, but even that serves to the detriment of the film as the standard appears not wholly dissimilar to that of an amateur school drama production. Even the dry wit of Tom Selleck fails to provide much consolation. He brings experience and a touch of class, but the poor dialogue he is handed just proves too much for him to salvage. In fact, probably the best thing about the film is probably Tom Selleck's infamous moustache, partly because it doesn't get any lines. Occasionally in the movie industry there will be two promising actors who carry a film, perhaps struggling to shoulder the burden of a lacklustre supporting cast which doesn't communicate well through inexperience. However, it is never a good sign when you literally find yourself wincing throughout a film at the sheer lack of chemistry between its two leads. Perhaps the best testament to the lack of quality in the film is that Katherine Heigl cannot even scream convincingly, which is strange seeing as she has so much practice throughout. The shining light of Heigl's career so far was Judd Apatow's Knocked Up, which seemed to set up a potentially promising career. That being said, she now seems intent on penning her name to any bit part rom-com coming her way. Yes, she may have got the kooky, loser-in-love part down to a redundant tee, but it is evident from this that she needs a charismatic cast and script to support her, otherwise she appears as nothing special at all. As for Kutcher, the six foot-plus husband of contrastingly skilled Demi Moore could quite easily have been replaced by a large slab of granite with more personality. By all means, if his niche is sub-standard romantic comedies where he can run around topless for as long as possible, he deserves a typecast Oscar. If he wants to be taken seriously as an actor though, it's time buck up his ideas or just take on twittering full-time. Couples eager to find a movie which suits them both should undoubtedly hang on for the hotly anticipated Cruise-Diaz summer smash Knight and Day. Such a promising movie would really have to go some to lower the bar set by Killers. From the trailers, Knight and Day looks to straddle the line of satisfaction for both sexes incredibly well, whereas Killers attempts to do the same but gets lost in an insipid void somewhere in between. Maybe I've been a tad harsh, it was never intended to be an Oscar winner or one that would go down in the record books I'm sure, but I just can't help thinking you'd have to be void of at least four out of your five senses to really enjoy this.

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