Spencer Aimes is on assignment in France to take out an illegal arms dealer. As Spencer goes about his mission he runs into Jen who’s on vacation with her mother and father after her break up with her boyfriend.
Sparks fly for the both of them as well as parts of the explosion in the distance. As the bomb Spencer planted detonates. Spencer makes the decision to leave his life of spies and intrigue behind to marry Jen and make a new life with her. After getting permission from Jen’s protective father to marry her.
Things go well for Jen and Spencer as Jen has an exciting career and Spencer has opened up his own business. Jen has her loving parents and Spencer has friends and a great neighborhood to live in. Until Spencers old boss comes calling and Spencer has to turn him down again. Threatening to end his life for leaving.
Spencers life isn’t as amazing and friend fill as he’s about to find out. A bounty has been offered on his head. A bounty so large that was only waiting to be activated. Allowing people the time and patience to work there ways into Spencer and Jens lives so, when the time was right they could kill them.
To complicate matters Spencer has to explain to Jen his past life and why people are trying to kill them. Toughest of all Jen has to find out if she’s pregnant and whats she’s going to do about her husbands past and there future.
The Killers are everywhere and they’re everybody but, the best twist is who hired all the killers. The Queen and I found Killers to be fun and predictable. Overall Killers is kind of a snooze but it has a few laughs. When Killers was released there were at least half a dozen other films like this one coming out. The locations are fun and eye catching but Ashton’s lack of acting can’t be saved by Katherine Heigl presence.