Last year Hollywood lost the Fast and Furious star in an accident
Vin Diesel recently posted an emotional video montage of Paul Walker on Facebook to honour the late actor, who died in a horrific car crash in November 2013. The 18-minute video consists of behind-the-scenes footage from the Fast and Furious films, including clips of the two joking around at different promotional events, hanging out at a car workshop and visiting the Eiffel Tower, Contactmusic reported. In the introduction of the video, Diesel wrote that Walker had always been so supportive, so he wanted to share something personal that he worked on through the New Year, in honor of his brother.
The makers of the franchise Fast and Furious have also decided to not kill Paul Walker’s character. On the contrary they have decided to retire him from service with utmost respect. The 40-year-old actor’s character, Brian O’Conner, will be in the memories of people. Thus, by not killing him, the makers hope to satisfy fans of the franchise. They would be using existing footage of Walker for the film and design the sequence accordingly. The makers have also tweaked the story script a bit so as to incorporate Brian O’ Conner’s retiring. This would allow the franchise to continue without him and would also keep Walker as a part of the story.