Before there was a Mr. & Mrs. Smith there was a Mr. & Mrs. Blue. Kathleen Turner (Romancing The Stone) and Dennis Quaid (The Big Easy) star as undercover spies Jane and Jefferson Blue in Herbert Ross’s (Steel Magnolias) comic caper Undercover Blues.
Following the birth of their daughter, Jane and Jefferson decide to take a well-deserved break from the spy game for a shot at normalcy. Those plans are short lived when they’re called into help deal with the villainous Czech arms dealer, Novacek (Fiona Shaw, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone). Adding to the chaos is Stanley Tucci (The Devil Wears Prada) at his comic foil best as Muerte, a petty criminal who consistently crosses paths with the Blues while working the New Orleans tourist trade.
No strangers to the comedy and adventures genres, Turner and Quaid supply romance and laughs in equal measure in Undercover Blues written by Ian Abrams (TV’s Early Edition) and co-starring Tom Arnold (True Lies), Richard Jenkins (The Mod Squad) and Park Overall (TV’s Empty Nest).