May 25, 2010
|Actors Find Characters within Their Own Lives in Killers"|
OLLYWOOD, CA (rushPRnews) 05/25/10 — By Rekia M. Spencer
Relating to their characters in ‘Killers’ an upcoming action comedy film starring Ashton Kutcher (Spencer Aimes) and Katherine Heigl (Jennifer Kornfeldt) saw similarities with their real lives.
“When he meets the right person, he wants a normal life and it’s a life he necessarily doesn’t get to have and for me I felt I was connected with that character” said Kutcher.
Produced by Kutcher, ‘Killers’ is about Jennifer Kornfeldt, a beautiful young blonde, who meets Spencer Aimes, a good looking single man. The two soon fall in love and continue their relationship back home, rushing into a quick marriage. Jen thinks she has found the perfect man and Spencer thinks he has found the perfect woman, but she doesn’t know Spencer actually works for the CIA.“As a producer I’m very satisfided with the film” said Ashton.
When asked if it’s good to keep secrets in a relationship Ashton Kutcher answered “ It’s a good idea to keep secrets, it all depends on who thew secret is benefitting”.
Being “very greatful for the oppurtunity” said Heigl (“27 Dresses,” “Knocked Up”) who said she found inspiration from Catherine O’Hara (“Home Alone,” “SCTV Network”).
‘Killers’ is a great movie with a lot of love mixed with a lot of action, being a movie we havent seen in a while “It has the added element of action, I was very entertained” said Heigl.
Jeffrey Jolson is Hollywood Today founding editor-in-chief and a RushPRnews partner and contributor since 2006. Jeffrey, of the Al Jolson family, also founded HollywoodReporter.com and Grammy.com. Hollywood Today reporters have written for Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Forbes, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle, AP, E!, Popular Science and Popular Mechanics.
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