Jon Hamm Was So Into 'Confess, Fletch' That He Used 60% Of His Salary To Finish It

Jon Hamm Was So Into 'Confess, Fletch' That He Used 60% Of His Salary To Finish It

When director Greg Mottola starting casting his latest film, “Confess, Fletch,” he wondered if there was even a market for an R-rated noir comedy. He also considered hiring Chevy Chase to reprise his role as the titular investigator, but opted for Jon Hamm — who practically saved the film. Motolla told Uproxx he accepted an offer from Miramax CEO Bill Block, who said he could fully finance the movie if production were limited to 27 days. When every other studio …