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Killers (2010) Movie Trailer

Killers (2010) Movie Trailer has premiered. Killers (2010) is directed by Robert Luketic and stars Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl, and Tom Selleck. Killers‘ plot synopsis: “Spencer Aimes (Ashton Kutcher) 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 (Katherine Heigl), a beautiful, fun-loving computer tech recovering from a bad break-up, he finds true love “. This film reminds me of Mr. and Ms. Smith and the new Tom Cruise film Knight and Day. Could be good. I well admit that I was slightly entertained by this movie trailer so we’ll see. Check out the Killers (2010) Movie Trailer below and leave your thoughts on it. Killers (2010) opens on June 4, 2010.

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  • I was beginning to wonder if Ashton's xter owned a shirt! I don't know about him as a secret agent – he's always come off a bit too doofy. If I can overlook that, this could be fun.

  • That doofiness almost kept him from getting the lead in The Butterfly Effect.

  • I never knew that. Butterfly Effect, now that dredges up bad memories. I sat thru BE2 just for Erica Durance. Hell, I still slug thru Smallville every week for her.

  • She's hot except for her fakes. Her stripper ep on Smallville was entertaining but her implant hanging to the side, no thank you.

    I sat through BE2 for her too.

  • Watch Killers Movie Online

    The movie seems so nice with the trailer so full of comedy and action. I am thinking of watching this movie for sure 😀

  • I’d be willing to go along with the assessment of Mendes in this piece for what’s said, but I’d like to point out that unsaid is the big exception to Mendes’ career, Road to Perdition. The comic book adaptation (of all things) was excellent and unusual in its portrayal of the mob life of ultimately being the hateful, anti-family, cold fish that it is. Plus it looked gorgeous, and I actually bought Tom Hanks as a killer.
    Say what you like about Mendes’ other works, but this one exception is worth noting and doesn’t fit the mold.

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