Jon Hamm gave up 60% of his salary to make sure that confessed, Flett happened.
by Douglas Helm | published
There are many artists who would sacrifice a lot for their craft and Jon Hamm is no exception. crazy man And Top Gun: Maverick The actor was willing to pay 60% of his salary to make his most recent film Confess, Fletch Happen. Director Greg Mottola reveals this Uproxx And he said that he even gave up a part of his salary for the film.
In Confess, Fletch Based on the Gregory MacDonald novel of the same name and stars Jon Hamm as Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher. Fletch finds himself as the prime suspect in several murders while searching for his fiancé’s stolen art collection. Chevy Chase previously played the character Fletch And Fletch LivesTherefore, it will be the first film that will not feature Chevy Chase in the lead role.
Clearly, the financiers didn’t have faith in the Fletch franchise. While Miramax’s Bill Block provided enough financing for the 27-day shoot, it was not enough to achieve Confess, Fletch kept together. After being turned down several times, Jon Hamm and Mottola decide to take matters into their own hands and fund an additional three days of shooting.
While it’s currently unclear whether this move will pay off financially for Jon Hamm and Greg Mottola, the film is receiving great reviews, so it may attract viewers when it debuts on the Showtime network. Obviously, the film cost $20 million, so they certainly have some ground to cover. with hmm, Confess, Fletch There’s a solid cast including Lorenza Izzo, Marcia Gay Harden, Kyle MacLachlan, Roy Wood Jr., and John Slattery.
whereas Confess, Fletch The same can’t be said for have flown relatively under the radar Top Gun: MaverickJon Hamm’s second big film of 2022. Top Gun: Maverick Breaking records left and right, grossing over $1 billion worldwide. Giving up 60% of his salary was certainly a sacrifice for hmm, maybe he has a little something extra for his passion project thanks to his other successful projects.
Jon Hamm also has a few TV roles for the foreseeable future. He has signed on to join the cast of the Emmy-nominated the morning show On Apple TV+, starring Jennifer Aniston, Billy Crudup and Reese Witherspoon. Haim is set to play Paul Marx, a corporate titan who sets his sights on UBA.
Jon Hamm will also return to reprise his role as Archangel Gabriel in the second season of Neil Gaiman. lucky cue, Michael Sheen and David Tenet also return as Aziraphale and Crowley. A release date has not yet been announced for the series Return.
Not satisfied with having just a couple of TV shows on his docket, Jon Hamm was also cast in the lead role for the upcoming fifth season. fargo, Along with Haim, Juno Temple and Jennifer Jason Leigh will also star. Though details are slim, Haim will play a character named Roy, Temple Dot will play a character named, and Leigh will play Lorraine.
In the meantime, you can watch Jon Hamm Confess, Fletch Now in select cinemas. It will hit Showtime on October 28. Be sure to watch it so Haim doesn’t have to give up his salary for the next one.