Vin wants to make sure that his late friend Paul gets the ‘Fast & the Furious’ departure he deserves, so he’s meeting with the studio to help plan the ending of the upcoming ‘Fast & Furious 7’. Who better to help decide the fate of Brian O’Conner than his ‘brother’ and best bud Dominic Torretto?
Vin Diesel has been doing an amazing job of keeping the memory of his dearly departed friend Paul Walker alive. And the 46-year-old actor’s work is far from finished. On Jan. 10, Vin will play a key role in planning a fitting exit for Paul — and in helping to determine the Fast and the Furious franchise’s future without the late actor.
Paul Walker In ‘Fast & Furious 7’: Vin Diesel Helping Plan Dramatic Exit
Vin took to his Facebook page on Jan. 9 to share a throwback photo of himself and Paul as their Fast characters Dominic Toretto and Brian O’Conner. “We always took pride in trying to make each one better than the last,” he wrote alongside the pic.
“P.s. Tomorrow we meet with the studio, regarding the future of the Fast saga…and the completion of Seven,” Vin added.
With Vin helping plan the world’s final goodbye to Paul Walker, we have no doubt that Seven will be even better — and more meaningful — than Fast & Furious 6.
Vin Diesel’s Video Of Paul Walker — New Tribute To His Best Friend
Vin posted a sweet tribute video to Paul on his Facebook on Jan. 7, saying, “A glimpse… of Dom and Brian… off screen.”
“You have always been so supportive, especially in these past two months,” Vin wrote to his followers on Facebook. “So, I wanted to share something personal that I worked on through the New Year, in honor of my brother Pablo… Paul.”
The intimate 18-minute video shows the laughter and bond the cast shared during private, behind-the-scenes moments and old interviews.
It is so sad that we lost Paul too soon but it’s amazing that Vin is keeping his memory alive.
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— Tierney McAfee