Another year has passed since Paul Walker's 2013 car crash that resulted in his untimely and tragic death.
The late actor's Fast & Furious costars Vin Diesel and Tyrese Gibson took to social media on Monday to honor their "brother" they unexpectedly lost.
Diesel — who also named his baby girl born in March, Pauline, after his friend — took to Facebook saying:
"No matter where you are in this universe… You will always be, my brother."
On Instagram, he shared a sweet moment between the two:
Paul Walker's father filed a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche on Wednesday over the 2013 car accident that killed the Fast & Furious actor. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.
The star's dad claims the Porsche Carrera GT lacked safety features that could have saved Paul's life.
The executor of his son's estate included items from other lawsuits Porsche is currently facing — including side-door reinforcements, a stability control system, and a breakaway fuel line to help prevent flames following a collision — which could have lead to his survival if the vehicle was properly equipped.
Related: Porsche Responds To Meadow Walker's Lawsuit
Most recently, the car company claimed Mr. Walker was "a knowledgeable and sophisticated user of the 2005 Carrera GT," thus denying the lawsuit filed by Paul's daughter, Meadow Walker.
Meadow's attorney, Jeff Milam, slammed the statement and shared:
"If Porsche had designed the car to include proper safety features, Paul would have survived, he would be filming 'Fast and Furious 8,' and Meadow Walker would have the father she adored."
Porsche will undoubtably comment on this claim, so we'll wait for their response and bring you the latest.
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Porsche is standing by their previous claim that Paul Walker's tragic car crash was a result of "reckless driving and excessive speed."
Back in September, the late Fast & Furious star's daughter Meadow Walker filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the car company, stating that the Porsche Carrera GT lacked safety features that could have prevented the accident.
Related: Meadow Pays Tribute To Her Father
According to court documents obtained by E! News, Porsche responded to the accusations, saying:
This is both touching and fascinating.
After Paul Walker died in a November 2013 car accident filming Furious 7, director James Wan and the visual effects team were tasked with digitally re-creating the late franchise star in several scenes to complete the film.
Filmmakers didn't want to discuss which shots were which at the time of the film's release, as they thought it would be distracting.
Related: Paul's Daughter Suing Porsche Over Father's Death
But nearly two years after the star's death, the film's creative team at Weta has revealed out of the 350 shots they worked on, a few scenes in which that they had to re-create the actor were especially challenging to pull off.
Surprisingly, artists said that the fast-paced action scenes were the easier scenes to work on. Visual-effects supervisor Martin Hill said the toughest were:
Last week, the Internet went crazy when pictures of Vin Diesel sporting a softer bod were released. While we think the 48-year-old always looks sexy, he took to Instagram with a series of snaps over the weekend to prove he's still got it!
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As a response to criticism for his "dad bod," the Fast & Furious star captioned a pic showing off his rock-hard abs:
"The pic from yesterday… For those who wanted the show… For all the angels that love dad bod regardless… I will post an exclusive video on my Facebook when I am done with press today. #LastWitchHunter #HappyCreative"
We can't wait for this video! While it's not necessary for him to defend himself, we definitely don't mind the show!
In a second (and clothed) picture, the actor