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To be honest, when we first cast Daniel Radcliffe, I thought, , starring Dane De Haan. We got the money we needed after that because Daniel Radcliffe had now proven that he could open a movie outside of the Background actors can ruin your movie.

This is something I discovered on day one: You can have your shot list memorized, you can know the emotional arc of the scene forwards and backwards, and you can get great performances out of your actors, but all it takes is one extra in the background to ruin all of that work.

well, what first seemed like maniacal director behavior now seems completely logical, and something I'll do on every movie going forward.

Don’t schedule your most important scenes for the end of the day.

Usually, I'd pick the most interesting faces, but it's like online dating: They'll show up on set, and seven times out of ten, they won't look anything like their pictures.

I didn't talk to the extras as much as I should have because I was more concerned with directing my lead actors, but when you hear about someone like James Cameron, who went up to every single background extra on to give them a name and a backstory and an objective …

I remember there was this one moment during the shoot where Daniel Radcliffe broke down and bared his soul, and after that amazing take was over, someone whispered in my ear, "Did you see those cops behind Dan?

" Sure enough, the two background actors we had cast as policemen were straight out of a Keystone Kops movie in 1924, shaking their fists and overemoting.

For their perspective, we talked to John Krokidas, whose first film,, stars Daniel Radcliffe and Dane De Haan in the true story of the murder that brought Beat icons Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, and William S. Here, Krokidas shares the five unexpected things he learned on his directorial debut: You're standing in the way of your own movie.