Knight And Day. After colliding with Roy Miller (Tom Cruise) twice in the airport departure terminal on the way home from Wichita to pick up car parts, June Havens (Cameron Diaz) is told she has been bumped to a later flight.
C.I.A. Agent John Fitzgerald (Peter Sarsgaard), believing Havens is working with Miller, puts her back on the plane.
Completely taken with Miller, Havens goes to the restroom to prep herself up.
Meanwhile, Miller fights and kills everyone else on the plane, even the pilots, who were all agents sent by Fitzgerald.
After Havens reemerges and gives him a kiss, Miller crash-lands the plane in a cornfield.
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He drugs a shocked and confused Havens, warning her about the agents who will come after her and that she is not safe with them.
Waking up at home, Havens struggles through a day fitting a bridesmaid’s dress for her sister’s wedding, and is shocked to learn her sister would like to sell their father’s 1966 Pontiac GTO tri-power, which Havens had planned on finishing as a wedding present.
Havens is then picked up by a group of intelligence agents, led by Fitzgerald. Miller arrives and, through a long gunfight on the highway, kills several agents and reclaims Havens.
She flees at the first opportunity and contacts Rodney (Marc Blucas), a firefighter and former boyfriend.
Believing Havens is merely stressed and is playing out a fantasy, Rodney takes her out and she tells him everything that has happened to her, though he still does not understand.
Miller then arrives and pretends to take Havens hostage while holding everyone else at gunpoint, fleeing with her.