There are so many stories coming out now following the death of Paul Walker that prove what an AH-Mazing person he was!
His love for his daughter was unparalleled…
He was BEYOND adored by his Fast & Furious co-stars…
And talk about kindness, he even bought a wedding ring for an engaged war veteran!
But some media outlets are looking past the positives of Paul's short time with us and are instead painting him and his career in a totally negative light!
The New York Times remembered the 40-year-old on Sunday for being an often critically-panned performer. They even linked back to a bad review Paul received for his role in the 2003 film Timeline!
That writeup described Walker as:
Next week marks the one year anniversary since the tragic death of Latin music star Jenni Rivera. We still cannot believe she’s really gone…
Authorities are JUST now releasing their findings for what caused her plane to crash and are citing several different factors for what went wrong, including the age of the pilots!
At the controls that night were 78-year-old Miguel Pérez Soto and 21-year-old Alejandro Torres. According to Mexico's General Civil Aviation Administration, these men were at both ends in the extremes of the span of life - one with very little experience and the other nearing 80 and with no U.S. license to carry passengers on a commercial flight AND a restriction to “visual flight rules” or VFR.
What that means is Soto was NOT authorized
Offending the guy who once made love to a warm apple pie isn’t exactly easy.
So when Jason Biggs thinks something is in poor taste, yeah it probably is!
The 35-year-old actor wasn’t laughing when he noticed two jars at an L.A. Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf this week that asked fans to drop a dollar into the better Paul Walker movie!
Varsity Blues or Fast and Furious…
Jason snapped a shot of this too soon survey and posted it on Twitter along with a question for his followers:
Someone pass us a Kleenex, because we're crying all over our keyboard!!!
The Fast & The Furious' official YouTube channel just posted a tribute to the late Paul Walker and it seriously might be the saddest two minute video you'll ever watch!
We cannot believe it has been nearly 13 years since the original The Fast & The Furious sped into theaters and forever changed our lives.
Ch-ch-check out the moving montage (above)!
OMG, our hearts are completely broken!!
Earlier today Universal announced they were halting production on Fast & Furious 7 in wake of the tragic car accident that took Paul's life.
We don't blame them. It's hard to imagine how they'll make another movie without Paul and his iconic "who, me?" smile starring opposite Vin Diesel.
What a tragic loss.
What a heartwarming gesture!
Paul Walker's untimely death has affected millions around the world, but instead of focusing on their heartache the people behind the Fast & Furious franchise have chosen to remember and celebrate his giving, charitable spirit.
Following his fatal car crash this past weekend, Universal Pictures announced today that a significant portion of sales from the sixth installment of the series' DVD, Blu-ray and digital releases will go toward Paul’s charity Reach Out Worldwide.
Chairman Donna Langley said:
This loss is so sad, but it's so incredibly sweet to hear how much love Paul Walker had from those close to him.
After his sudden and unexpected death this weekend in a car accident, many of Paul's former coworkers spoke out about their love for him.
Two stars who seem to have been hit hard by the loss are his former Fast & the Furious co-stars Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez. Not only have both stars spoken out about Paul's tragic death, but it seems they've also been in touch with his family.
A source has revealed:
It has clearly been hard for many in Hollywood to deal with the loss of Paul Walker.
Since his sudden death in a car accident, many stars have spoken out about what a kind and thoughtful man he was to everyone.
And now Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is speaking out again about his former costar and friend. And this time, Dwayne is speaking about part of Paul that made him a truly great man.
Dwayne opened up about the special bond they developed over the years: