- Cast: Gerard Butler, Jennifer Aniston, Christine Baranski, Jason Sudeikis, Natalie Morales, Peter Greene, Cathy Moriarty, Siobhan Fallon, Liam Ferguson, Daisy Tahan, Ruby Feliciano, Dorian Missick, Adam Rose, Joel Garland, Peter Conboy, Frank Apollonio, Eric Zuckerman, Frosty Lawson, Bob Kaplan, Reyna de Courcy, Kevin Cannon, Jason Kolotouros, Robert Feeley, Joe Zarriello
- Director: Andy Tennant
- Writer: Sarah Thorp
- Producer: Neal H. Moritz
- Executive Producers: Donald J. Lee Jr., Ori Marmur, Robyn Meisinger
- Art Direction: Joseph K. Kepple IV
- Casting: Kathleen Chopin
- Costume Design: Barbara Hause
- D.O.P.: Oliver Bokelberg
- Editor: Troy Takaki
- Makeup: Nicky Pattison
- Music: George Fenton
- Production Design: Jane Musky
- Set Decoration: Ellen Christiansen
- VFX Supervisor: D. Walt Cameron
Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler), a down-on-his-luck bounty hunter, gets his dream job when he is assigned to track down his bail-jumping ex-wife, reporter Nicole Hurly (Jennifer Aniston).
He thinks all that’s ahead is an easy payday, but when Nicole gives him the slip so she can chase a lead on a murder cover-up, Milo realizes that nothing ever goes simply with him and Nicole.
The exes continually one-up each other - until they find themselves on the run for their lives. They thought their promise to love, honor and obey was tough - staying alive is going to be a whole lot tougher.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Filming Locations: New Jersey, USA
- MPAA Warning: Sexual content including suggestive comments, language and some violence
- Production Companies: Madhouse Entertainment, Original Films, Sony Pictures Entertainment
- Production Schedule: 15 June 2009 - 1 September 2009
2010 Guide Analysis: "One of the better premised formula rom-coms of next year, the matching of gruff Butler with Aniston is a pretty good one while the rest of the cast is stacked with scene-stealing comedians. Shot around New York and Atlantic City, there seems to be quite a bit of action to try and appease the guys who'll be taking their dates along.
Killing much of the joy is that the director is Andy Tennant who has delivered films that, though profitable for the studio, are often rather a pain to sit through such as "Sweet Home Alabama", "Hitch" and most recently "Fool's Good" - itself an action-oriented rom-com that had all the elements to work but failed miserably. Like 'Gold', the trailer will probably be a lot better than the final film which is a concern as the trailer is rather flat and awful in itself."