There has been a lot of buzz over the path of Katherine Heigl's career -- much of which is steeped in rumors about her desire for good material. Whether or not some of the particulars are true, like rumors that she wants to exit Grey's Anatomy due to crappy storylines, I think it's safe to say that she definitely portrays herself as a woman with a plan. A woman with a crappy rom-com plan thus far, but a plan nonetheless. I just can't believe that it includes Ashton Kutcher.

Variety reports that Heigl and Kutcher will star in Lionsgate's new thriller called Five Killers. Following director Robert Luketic to the feature, straight from The Ugly Truth, Heigl will play a woman who meets the man of her dreams (Kutcher) while on vacation and gets hitched. Unfortunately, "married bliss is turned upside down when they discover that their neighbors may be assassins hired to kill them."

Unlike many, I wasn't angered by many of her public comments. I understood her point of view over that whole Knocked Up kerfuffle, and I thought it she was quite honest and rational with her Emmy withdrawal last year. But her big screen choices make any complaints about mediocre storylines, or determination about her craft, a complete joke. Will any of you actually go see this?