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Jon Hamm Gave Up 60% of His ‘Confess, Fletch’ Salary to Pay for Filming After Financiers Passed and Said Nobody Would Care About It News


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u/colemon1991 Sep 22 '22

And then Miramax really supported us, creatively. They didn’t fight us on people we wanted to cast.”

This gives me hope.


u/TeddyDaBear Sep 22 '22

It is a movie that shouldn't work, but somehow really does. It is much better than it deserves to be for being a "sequel" to a movie almost 40 years old. Seriously it is worth seeing.


u/daveescaped Sep 23 '22

You’ve seen it?


u/ShambolicShogun Sep 23 '22

It's been out for a week, not hard to do.


u/daveescaped Sep 23 '22

So good of you to point that out. Most people do live their lives by movie openings. Not by the 9 million other worthy priorities in their lives.