There were plenty of times where the scenes that we shot, literally I didn’t cut the camera. Because if I cut it, we’d have to move on the the next scene. ‘Cause I learned as a director a trick: as soon as you say action, everyone on set has to be quiet. So what we would literally do is reset within takes. We would do the wide shot and then I’d wink over to Reed and she wouldn’t cut and I’d say 'reset!’ and Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan would do each other’s hair and put the props back, and then we’d move in for a tighter shot
Attitude magazine (2013):
Your director, John Krokidas, said recently, “Daniel’s only British from the waist up”
[laughs] Yes, I think that’s a reference to my Jewish roots. John is one of the most quotable directors in the world! I invested a lot of trust in him and I think he really took me to the next stage as an actor.