His brothers Cody and Caleb Walker completed his remaining scenes in the movie, reveals the International Business Times. Misgivings as a father Walker has been part of the movie franchise from the start with the exception of the third film installment “Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” which was shot mostly in Japan. Another behind-the-scene still photo from the filming of the “Fast & Furious 7” featuring Walker, Vin Diesel, Gibson, and Rodriguez was also released recently in the movie’s Facebook page, according to Enstarz.
The site also details of a recent interview with Paul Walker’s father, Paul Walker Sr. just before the actor’s first death anniversary. Paul Jr. was said to be planning to quit Hollywood after the filming of “Fast & Furious 7” to concentrate on being a father to his daughter Meadow. Unfortunately, the actor died even before he completed filming for the movie. In addition to the seventh installment of “Fast and the Furious,” Paul Jr. also signed up for the movie “Agent 47,” which if successful, will have three more follow-up films. He later confided to his father that he should not have done so in order to step away from the Hollywood limelight and be a father to Meadow. Consistent with the hanging ending of “Fast & Furious 6,” “Fast & Furious 7” picks up where the last installment left off. Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Dominic Toretto. The storyline will revolve around him taking revenge for the death of Han in the hands of Ian Shaw, to be played by Jason Statham. It turns out Shaw is also avenging the death of his brother in the hands of Han.
So the movie will be basically about Ian Shaw taking on Dominic Toretto’s gang, notes the International Business Times. Vin Diesel says that filming of “Fast & Furious 7” was the most difficult in his career because he lost his co-star and good friend Paul Walker Jr. in the course of the movie filming, which had him and the entire cast mourning in front of the world.Furious 7 full movie | Furious 7 online free | Furious7 full movie online free