The brother of Paul Walker may film some of the final scenes from Fast and Furious 7. On November 30, Paul Walker was killed in a fiery crash with his friend Roger Rodas. Stuntman and brother Cody Walker was reportedly approached by filmmakers to film the final scenes of his brother in the seventh edition of the Fast and Furious franchise.
According to sources, the stunt actor, who is 25, was asked to film those final scenes of his brother Paul and help conclude his journey in the latest installment.
One source said that they can easily shoot Cody from a distance and from behind without there being any noticeable difference. If Cody is to agree with the filming, it will be due to wanting to honor the memory of his brother. However, a number of details remain to be straightened out prior to a final decision, but at this point the family, cast and crew remain in a period of grieving said the source.
Paul, who was 40, died with Rodas after the Porsche they were traveling in lost control and struck a tree. The movie’s production was put on indefinite hold while writers rewrite the movie’s script in an attempt to complete Walker’s time in the movie.
It remains unclear whether Universal will keep the original date of release for July 11, 2014. However, filming is expected to resume sometime during January. Besides the need to rewrite the movie’s last scenes, Walker’s co-stars need time to mourn his loss and come to terms with his death.
Vin Diesel broke down crying in front of Walker’s family. He told reporters afterward that he figured they needed his strength, but he soon realized that when he broke down crying, it was he who needed the strength of Walker’s family.
Walker’s mother hugged Diesel and said she was sorry and he said sorry, you are a mother that just lost her son. She told yes, but you are the one who lost his other half.
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