It’s been almost four months since Paul Walker‘s tragic death, and unfortunately his daughter Meadow remains at the center of a vicious custody battle.
It is with heavy hearts that Tyrese Gibson, and the cast of Fast & Furious 7 will return to the set March 31, in Atlanta, without their beloved Paul Walker. But the devoted and loving team plans to give tribute to Paul in the best way they know how — with prayer.
The ‘Fast & Furious 7’ family was left traumatized when Paul Walker was killed in a devastating car crash, but the race must continue. Set to hit theaters in April 2015, production for the seventh installment will kick back into gear at the end of this month, on March 31, according to new reports.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Walker, Sarah Jones, Cory Monteith, and Harold Ramis are only five of the countless people we’ve lost this year, but they’re also the top five people we’re hoping will be honored at the Academy Awards on March 2. Find out why below.
Hollywood will never recover from the tragic death of Paul Walker, but the show must go on — Fast & Furious 7 will resume filming in April. Paul, who died in a car crash in November of 2013, will remain in the film, which hits theaters on April 10, 2015.
Paul Walker will always be remembered for steering the Fast and the Furious franchise, so it’s only fitting that his final movie — Brick Mansions — also features the late, great star saving the day from behind the wheel of a finely-crafted foreign automobile. The first official teaser for Paul’s last act, which opens in theaters April 25, has hit the web, and it looks just as heart-pounding as you’d expect from a Walker picture.