She is drugged with a prototype truth serum before being rescued by Miller, who was tracking Fitzgerald, who was delivering Feck to Quintana.Chaos erupts throughout the streets and Quintana is killed by a bull stampede.

The New York Observer analyzed the marketing for the film, which included an attempt at pushing a "viral video" of the two main stars; journalist Christopher Rosen commented on the desperation level of the publicity campaign, "the marketing for this thing has seemed more intrusive and desperate than any other big-ticket release in some time." Film producer Don Carmody commented negatively regarding the film's trailer, calling it "dull", and stated the film would not do well because of the age of its two stars, "Cameron Diaz I think was a star, but she’s no longer a star.

Some of those stars are getting a little up there (in age)." The Hollywood Reporter noted, "potential viewers remain startlingly indifferent to whether they actually end up seeing it.

Miller later leaves to meet with Naomi (Gal Gadot), Quintana's henchwoman, to make a deal. They also tell her that Miller is the traitor and plans to trade the battery with Quintana. They believe their son, a former Army sergeant and Eagle Scout, is dead; but they are fabulously wealthy from winning lotteries and sweepstakes they don't remember entering.

Havens follows him and listens to Miller's conversation, mistaking that he does not care for her. Leaving a message on her own answering machine that she has the Zephyr, she is captured by Quintana's men and taken to Sevilla, Spain.

This is a reference from the start of the film that they both have things they want to do someday, and Havens begins to drive towards Cape Horn.

As the credits begin to roll, Miller's parents unwittingly receive tickets to Cape Horn in the mail and accept to go.

More than 12 writers contributed to the film, and the Writers Guild of America, West decided due to this large number of contributors, to only credit Patrick O'Neill – who had put in effort on the beginning layout of the script.

Prior to the finalization of actors Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, comedian and actor Adam Sandler was offered to star in the film when it was titled Wichita, but declined explaining, "I just don't see me with a gun." Principal photography began in mid-September 2009 in Boston and Bridgewater, Massachusetts.

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.