Confess Fletch Marcia Gay Harden & Jon Hamm Clip

Confess, Fletch Showcases Jon Hamm & Marcia Gay Harden’s Banter [EXCLUSIVE CLIP]

Jon Hamm is reprising the iconic role of Chevy Chase in Confess, Fletchthe long-awaited reboot arriving in theaters and digital on September 16th. Beginning Life as a novel published in 1974 by Gregory Mcdonald, Fletch spawned two films in the ’80s before being the subject of various revival rumors. Now that the crime comedy is back on its feet once again, audiences can expect to see Hamm exert his spell as rogue investigative reporter Irwin “Fletch” Fletcher, who must solve a murder mystery in order to avoid… to be named the culprit himself.

Produced by Miramax and distributed by Paramount Global Content Distribution, Confess, Fletch is based on the second of Mcdonald’s novels, making it more of a sequel to the original Chevy Chase image rather than a reboot of the franchise. However, it’s set in modern times, which means it’s entirely self-contained for those who enter the story anew. The recently released trailer clearly laid out the premise: after being called in to investigate an art theft by Frank (John Slattery, Mad Men), Fletch’s job becomes much more complicated when a young woman is murdered and Detective Monroe (Roy Wood Jr, The daily show) decides that he is the prime suspect.

Screen Rant is pleased to present an exclusive clip of Confess, Fletch before its release, in which the public can get a closer look at the character of the Countess (played by Marcia Gay Harden). Fletch is busy reviewing a toxicology report when Countess Degrassi struts around demanding an accommodation as the hotel is too expensive for her and her assets are currently frozen. Fletch tries to fire her, given that he needs to work, but fails in his efforts. Watch the full video here:

The Countess quickly proves she’s just another pair of eyes glued to Fletch’s every move, but he eventually relents – although he has very little choice in the matter, to be fair. . Hopefully the pair of them will form a perfect comedy duo like Confess, Fletch sinks deeper into stolen artwork and murdered bystanders.

The crazy comedy was directed by Greg Mottola (The press room), who co-wrote the screenplay with Zev Borow (Outdoor beach). Besides Jon Hamm and the talented actors already mentioned, the film also stars Kyle MacLachlan, Lorena Izzo, Ayden Mayeri, Anna Osceola and Annie Mumolo. Confess, Fletch has a running time of 98 minutes and is rated R for language, some sexual content and drug use.

Confess, Fletch will arrive in theaters and on digital on September 16, followed by a Showtime premiere on October 28.

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