In this teaser scene from the upcoming ‘Fast & Furious 7’ movie, Paul’s character attends a funeral and makes some remarks which fans feel foreshadowed his death on Nov. 30 in Santa Clarita, Calif.
Paul Walker tragically died on Nov. 30 at the age of 40, when the red Porsche Carerra GT he was a passenger in lost control and hit a tree. The actor was in the middle of filming Fast & Furious 7 with his co-stars prior to the crash. Now, an extra scene from the upcoming film is circulating from the DVD and Blu-ray versions of Fast & Furious 6. It will definitely send chills down your spine.
Paul Walker Talks About Funerals In ‘Fast & Furious 7’ Clip
In this newly released clip, Paul’s character, Brian O’Conner, is talking to Tyrese Gibson’s character Roman Pierce, at the funeral of Han and Gisele. Tyrese looks at Paul and says: “‘Promise me Brian, no more funerals.” To which Paul says: “Just one more.”
The clip leaked on Nov. 27, just three days before Paul’s death. The Fast & Furious 6 DVD and Blu-ray are expected to come out on Dec. 10.
Paul Walker Autopsy Delayed, Body Unidentifiable
Paul and Roger, 38, were leaving a fundraising event for the Philippines held by their foundation, “Reach Out World Wide,” when Roger lost control of the Porsche GT car he was driving and struck a tree.
“[The car] was engulfed in flames,” eyewitness and friend Antonio Holmes said. “There was nothing. They were trapped. Employees, friends of the shop. We tried. We tried.”
Paul and Roger, Paul’s friend and business partner, were both pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Paul was reportedly unable to escape the Porsche — which was being driven by Roger – as it violently burst into flames. As a result, the 40-year-old actor’s body was rendered nearly unidentifiable, according to TMZ. Roger’s body is reportedly also unrecognizable.
It’s just heartbreaking to have lost two young men so suddenly, and to see the severity of the accident in the video only makes things worse.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Paul and Roger’s friends and family during this difficult time.
— Chloe Melas