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Paul Walker – Fast & Furious 7 to get rewritten after tragic death

Paul Walker might still appear in the Fast & Furious 7 – following his tragic death. This last movie will be possibly re-written following the death of the highly acclaimed American showman Paul Walker in a tragic car crash on November 30.

Tragic Car Accident
The noted American actor succumbed to the car fire accident, leaving all his fans shocked & devastated. The actor, who was on a trip to attend a charity event for his organization Reach Out Worldwide, was caught in the fireball along with his friend in the car. “He was a passenger in a friend’s car, in which both lost their lives.” – an official press release said.

Friends tried to pull him away
Walker’s friends have reported that they all tried desperately to pull away the actor from the burning flames. Antonio Holmes, one of Paul’s close friends has reported that he and his other friends risked their own lives by trying to reach into the car to rescue the burning actor, however the flames and the heat out of the fire were very “immense”. They were actually dragged away by the officials from the fire department who had arrived to the scene.

Fast & Furious 7 to be “rewritten”
The Hollywood Reporter has reports that the executives from the Universal Studios are in talks for discussing the fate of the movies scheduled for Paul’s acting. The article indicates that the director James Wan has been seriously rethinking if “rewrites would be necessary” for the movie Fast & Furious 7. James Wan indicated that he wishes to modify the script in a manner that would be respectful to Paul Walker’s death.

Paul was best known for his role as the dashing Brian O’Conner in the Fast & Furious movie series. The latest in the line, Fast & Furious 7 was scheduled to open on July 11 2014. The actor had taken a short break from his shooting for the movie, during which he met with the gruesome accident.


 

 

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