"He found a way to do it where it's on his terms and he has the control that he wants," says Adam Driver, who plays Tatum's brother. "His setups move so fast that there's no momentum lost. He's very economical about how he shoots. It's freeing for us as actors. There's no bulls---, no time wasted, so it almost feels like a protest."
"It does turn into stunt-sounding because you have to talk about it so much," Driver says. "But it is part of your job, I think. Why not investigate as much as you can in the short amount of time that you have? It's only three or four months."