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‘Fast & Furious 7’ director confirms if movie will continue after Paul Walker’s death

james-wan1Paul Walker’s tragic death may have halted production on the latest installment of the popular movie franchise Fast and Furious 7, but the director said conclusively that it won’t cause the cast and crew to abort the film.

Director James Wan, who was leaving the Los Angeles International Airport, confirmed that the cast and crew are holding up after Paul’s death a week ago and assured us F&F 7 will still be completed.

Wan divulge how he would finish the picture, but there would seem to be only two options:

1) Keep the footage they’ve already shot of Walker, who died in a fiery car crash in Southern California, and write out his character, Brian O’Conner;

2) Or, he and the screenwriters could start from scratch without Brian O’Conner.

1 Comment

  1. geminitwinworld on December 8, 2013 at 5:14 pm

    i say keep the footage and re-write the rest of the film with a back up driver it will be tough without walker but at the end of the credits the film will be dedicated to him whole heartedly without the footage the tribute will be a waste we want to see him keep it!