Fast and Furious 7 Is Back On Track
It was rumored that the producers were going to kill Walker off in the film in some way but after more consideration the filmmakers have decided to retire his character instead.
Production of “Fast and Furious 7” has begun again after it was indefinitely shut down by Universal after the tragic death of actor and heartthrob, Paul Walker. He passed away on Nov. 30, 2013 in a single-car car crash when the movie was halfway through the production. This film was his last big film before his death.
The sudden death left his family, cast and crew devastated after the loss of their close friend, and production of the movie was put at a halt to focus on supporting Paul Walker’s friends and family.
After a bit of time, filmmakers announced that they would begin production again on March 1. However, filmmakers face the challenge of pieces together the few scenes that Walker shot before his death.
It was rumored that the producers were going to kill Walker off in the film in some way but after more consideration, the filmmakers have decided to retire his character instead. This seems much more appropriate after the way that Paul Walker passed away, and it takes the feelings of his loved ones into consideration.
New York Times reported that Franchise star Vin Diesel announced on his Facebook page that the release date of ‘Fast and Furious 7’ will be April 10, 2015.