Gone but certainly not forgotten. Michelle Rodriguez posted a touching picture of herself alongside Vin Diesel, in memory to their beloved ‘Fast and Furious 7’ co-star Paul Walker.
Michelle Rodriguez, 35, and Vin Diesel, 46, paid tribute to their The Fast and The Furious 7 co-star, Paul Walker on the final day of the film’s production. See her beautiful message to the fallen star.
Michelle Rodriguez Posts Paul Walker Instagram Tribute
Michelle, Vin and Paul were all co-stars for well over a decade, and with Fast and Furious 7 wrapping production, Michelle and Vin have posted a tribute to their fallen friend.
Michelle shared her heartbreaking Instagram message with her 670,000 followers with a caption, “Ride or Die through thick and thin 15 yrs later surreal to think we made it through such a tough painful production. But this ones for you P I hope we make you proud love you”
The stunning actress also posted a picture of the entire cast and crew on their final day of production on July 11, captioning the pic, “Final day on FF7 an emotional roller coaster but we’ve wrapped most of principle photography one love to all those who stuck it through with respect”
We cannot imagine how hard it was for his dear friends and co-stars to film without him, but we are so glad that they were able to take their time and finish the movie in a way that would make Paul proud.
Cody Walker Films Final Scenes For Paul Walker
As we previously reported, after Paul’s untimely death at the age of 40 on November 30, 2013, the franchise took a hiatus until it resumed production in April with Paul’s younger sibling, Cody Walker, stepped in to fill in for his brother so that the franchise that Paul was so dedicated to could be completed, and so his character, Brian, could retire.
We can’t wait to see The Fast and The Furious 7 — the cast and crew have put their heart and soul into making it something that Paul would be proud of.
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Are you touched by Michelle’s tribute? Are you excited to see Fast & Furious 7 or will it be too hard to watch without Paul?
— Caitlin Beck