It's still on!
In light of all the tragedy surrounding Paul Walker's death, this news revs our
engines hearts a little.
Vin Diesel took to Facebook to announce the release date for Fast & Furious 7, and let's just say that there aren't enough thumbs-up likes in the world for this good news:
This is so incredibly touching!
When Vin Diesel went to visit Paul Walker’s family following his death, he had a very special moment.
The actor took to Facebook to write about the experience, sharing:
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.
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:
Vin Diesel had a few words for those mourning Paul Walker on Monday night.
Thousands of fans had been gathering at the crash site since Saturday to pay their respects to the late Fast & Furious star
Police asked the crowd to leave so that Paul and Roger Rodas' family and friends could have a few moments in private at the site.
Universal, the studio that produces the Fast & Furious films reportedly obtained the permit to close off the area, though they have not disclosed what, or even if, they were filming.
The fans politely dispersed but were allowed to return once the memorial was over, at which time Vin took a moment to use a police car's loudspeaker to thank the crowd for their understanding and love.
See the video of his heartfelt words …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker spent a lot of time together as allies onscreen and as friends on set.
Paul's tragic passing struck Vin deeply, but now the Fast & Furious star is breaking his silence.
Vin took to Facebook to mourn his fallen comrade on Monday night. He wrote:
These two have been together since the very beginning, which makes this so much harder!
Back in 2001, Paul Walker and Vin Diesel helped start a huge movie franchise with The Fast and the Furious. Since then, they were in Fast & Furious, Fast Five and Fast & Furious 6 together.
So you can imagine how heartbroken Vin is over losing one of his best friends. After hearing about Walker’s death, Mr. Diesel posted a pic of the two of them (above) and said:
“Brother I will miss you very much. I am absolutely speechless. Heaven has gained a new Angel. Rest in Peace.”
Speechless is certainly the word.
What’s even sadder is that the last picture Vin posted (below) was of Walker and Michelle Rodriguez, since they were all filming Fast & Furious 7. On that pic, Vin wrote: