Daniel appeared on Conan O'Brien's podcast when he made the surprising admission
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Speaking on Conan O'Brien's podcast, the film star said: "I would love to be in a movie like that but in the instance of [Fast & Furious], if I could have a non-driving part, that would be great.
"Driving on camera is maybe the part of my job that I hate the most. I barely drive in real life. I have a license. But I really am not good at it and don't really do it.
"So trying to hit a mark, in a car, is my most hated part of it.
"I could do some of the admin. I'm sure they must need a lot of that. There must be an administration guy there. Someone has to look after these guys."
Daniel is currently filming Lost City of D alongside Brad Pitt, Channing Tatum and Sandra Bullock.
The movie centres around a reclusive romance novelist (Bullock) who was sure nothing could be worse than getting stuck on a book tour with her cover model (Tatum), until a kidnapping attempt leaves them trekking the jungle.
Meanwhile, Helen Mirren is the latest famous face to join the Fast And Furious franchise. The acclaimed actress has reprised her role in Fast And Furious 9.
The Fast And Furious franchise recently released it's ninth film
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The actress played Magdalene Shaw in The Fate of the Furious and spin-off Hobbs & Shaw, which also starred Idris Elba.
Speaking about the flick, the veteran actress recalled getting behind the wheel of a superfast sports car – and how she and Vin got stuck in one.
Helen said: "Both Vin and I had great difficulty getting in, and then even more difficulty trying to get out, especially Vin, because he's really big. It was very funny."
F9 was released in May. Diesel, 53, previously said he expects to bring an end to the main franchise after another spin-off and a tenth Fast & Furious movie.
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