Unseen footage of the late Paul Walker visiting the world renowned GT-R performance shop, Mine’s Motor Sports in Japan has emerged on YouTube, just after his daughter Meadow Walker, 17, was awarded $10.1 million in a settlement case for his death.
Michelle Rodriguez has a big regret about Paul Walker‘s death, but it may not be what you would expect. The Fast and the The Furious actress actually admitted she’s upset he died before her. And no, we’re not joking.
Vin Diesel has the power to make a whole room cry and that’s exactly what he did at the 2016 People’s Choice Awards at the Microsoft Theater in LA when he went on stage to accept two awards. After choking up remembering Paul Walker, his costar and friend who passed away from a car crash, he ended it in the best way: singing “See You Again.” Watch it here.
“You will always be my brother,” Vin Diesel, 48, wrote in a Facebook tribute to the late Paul Walker, who died exactly two years ago on Nov. 30, 2013. The two, who worked together in the Fast and the Furious films, were super close when Paul died in a car crash at just 40 years old, and Vin made sure his pal knew he was thinking of him on the emotional anniversary. See his whole tribute.
Is Porsche to blame for Paul Walker‘s death? His daughter, Meadow, 16, thinks so. According to a wrongful death lawsuit filed by her lawyers, the Furious 7 actor survived the impact of the crash that took his life on Nov. 30, 2013, but he was burned alive due to the faulty car.
Paul Walker died in 2013 as the result of a horrific car crash, and his loved ones have kept his memory alive in so many ways. Meadow Walker, 16, shared a heartfelt message about her father and what she is doing to remember him on his birthday. It’s passionate and amazing — you have to read it for yourself below.
Paul Walker was a talented actor, but above all, anyone he knew praised his kindness and enthusiasm for the life he had created. He left behind a daughter, Meadow Walker, now 16, whom he loved dearly. Best known for his role as Brian O’Conner in the Fast and Furious franchise, Paul was an unmistakable presence in the film industry — and he’s sorely missed. Today, September 12 we’d like to pay him tribute on what wouldn’t been his 42nd birthday.