Daniel Radcliffe Would Do A Fast & Furious Movie In A Non-Driving, Administrative Role

  • Actor Daniel Radcliffe has jokingly (??) spoken about joining the Fast & Furious franchise, or one like it, in the future--but not in a driving role. Speaking on Conan O'Brien's podcast, Radcliffe said he would love to be in a big action movie like Fast & Furious, but he doesn't want to drive a car. Instead, he'd prefer to play the role of the "admin guy" who hangs back and supports the main squad with whatever mundane things they need to get the job done.

    "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," he said. "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."

    O'Brien brought up a fictional scenario where the main cast of Fast & Furious are trying to solve an embezzlement case and, inexplicably, they do so by assembling seven cars to track down the bad guys. O'Brien joked that any problem in the Fast & Furious series can seemingly be solved by getting people together in seven cars to save the day.Continue Reading at GameSpot