‘Furious 7’ was an emotional roller-coaster of action and excitement, topped off by a tearful good-bye to Paul Walker. Now in Wiz Khalifa’s new video, fans get to say ‘See You Again’ to the star one last time.
After a blockbuster debut that saw Furious 7 become the number one movie in the country, Vin Diesel, 47, decided the only way to top it was to share Wiz Khalifa‘s, 27, music video from the film. Before you watch, you better have a box of tissues nearby! The video, like the song, pays loving tribute to the late Paul Walker, and includes his final good-bye scene! So sad.
Wiz Khalifa’s ‘Furious 7’ Video: ‘See You Again’ Is A Tribute To Paul Walker
On Apr.5, Vin Diesel shared the video for the Wiz Khalifa/Charlie Puth collaboration, “See You Again” on his Facebook page. In the video, both Wiz and Charlie perform the song while a selection of Paul Walker’s scenes taken from all the Fast And Furious films plays.
Fans who went to see Furious 7 first heard “See You Again” when it played over a different Paul Walker montage at the film’s end, honoring the late actor who tragically passed away in 2013. It’s pretty powerful, as is the message Vin included with the video’s post:
Pablo, this weekend you turned the world into a family…
Thanks for the love…
Audiences flocked to see Paul’s last film, as Furious 7 pulled in a record shattering 147.1 million dollars on its opening weekend, reports Deadline.com. The critics all agreed that the movie gave Paul a proper send off and stayed true to the kind of excitement the franchise is known for.
Click HERE to see the video. But beware! In addition to being a tear-jerker, the video has some SPOILERS for those of you haven’t seen Furious 7 yet!
‘Furious 7′: Paul Walker’s Final Film Leaving Fans In Tears
Fans knew that they would get a thrill-ride of a movie, but many didn’t expect to leave the theater crying. The emotional tribute to the franchise’s fallen brother brought many viewers to tears. Fans tweeted their response to the tribute, calling it “Such a perfect and respectful way to say goodbye.” Others said “It’s never goodbye, Paul Walker.”
What do you think about the tribute to Paul Walker, HollywoodLifers?
— Jason Brow