How did Jon Hamm agree to do Speak Up, Fletch Director Greg Mottola revealed to Uproxx  that the "Mad Men"

Emmy winner received 60% of his salary to help fund three more days of filming and indie projects.

Mottola also gave up some of his salary to expand photography.

According to Motola, the money is the brick block block balled bolloute can set for the movie only 24 days of escape.

When Motola in the AM made to find additional money to escape 30 days, each money asked them.

Everyone said, 'I don't know if that kind of comedy works these days,'" Mottola said.

"They just kind of had like, 'Who's Fletch? I don't think anyone cares anymore.

So what we did was Jon put 60% of his salary into the budget," the boss continued. "I gave part of my salary, not Jon's because he is richer than me, I also have three children.

We also bought three more days of shooting. We had it for 30 days in Boston and one day in Rome. And we said, pieces, we are crazy, we are fools. We will make this film.

And then the Miramax told us really, very well. They did not fight for us and who we wanted to redeem. ""

Confess, Fletch” is a crime comedy based on Gregory Mcdonald’s 1976 novel of the same name.

Fletch” and “Fletch Lives.” Hamm took over the role for the new film

Fletch” and “Fletch Lives.” Hamm took over the role for the new film

Lorenza Izzo, Marcia Gay Harden, Kyle MacLachlan, Roy Wood Jr. and John Slattery also star in the new film.

After other directors tried for years to reboot the famous Gregory McDonald mystery series,

Greg Mottola pitched Miramax to this comedy adaptation," Variety film critic Peter Debruge wrote about the film in his review.

"Confes, Fletch" is now in theaters and on demand.