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The lack of Paul Walker's character Brian O'Conner is felt.
Paul Walker had been a staple of the 'Fast & Furious' timeline up until his untimely death back in 2013. Falling victim to a single-vehicle collision on November 30, 2013 alongside his friend Roger Rodas, the acting world felt a huge loss, and it was recently revealed the movie 'Furious 7' was almost cancelled following his death.
Paul Walker as Brian O'Conner in 'Furious 7'
Still, the franchise lived on, with Walker's moments that hadn't yet been filmed in the seventh flick filled in with special effects. Now 'Fast & Furious 8' is being released in cinemas across the globe, and Walker's lack of presence in the film is clearly felt. Despite that it's raking in big bucks in the box office, but how exactly does the movie deal with the loss of Walker? Read on to find out, but beware the spoilers...
Continue reading: Spoilers On How 'Fast & Furious 8' Deals With Paul Walker's Character
Walker’s brothers Cody and Caleb helped complete his scenes in 'Furious 7'.
The brothers of the late Paul Walker have spoken about the possibility of his character Brian O’Connor making a cameo in more Fast and the Furious films. Walker tragically died in November 2013, during the filming of Furious 7, and afterwards his brothers Caleb and Cody stepped in to help complete his final scenes.
Paul Walker's brothers have discussed the possibilty of his character being ressurected
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Caleb said: "I had a phone call with Vin for about an hour and we really discussed this a while back. He wanted our blessing.” He added that Diesel asked if and when they thought it "would be acceptable to maybe bring Paul's character back… to really kind of let his fans know he's still out there.”
Rodriguez had said she felt "jealous" of her co-star Paul Walker for dying first, during an interview for documentary The Reality of Truth.
Michelle Rodriguez has apologised for controversial comments she made over the death of her Fast and Furious co-star Paul Walker, saying they were taken ‘out of context’. Earlier this week a video of Michelle Rodriguez from documentary The Reality of Truth appeared online, showing the actress saying she felt "jealous" that Walker had died first.
Michelle Rodriguez has said the comments she made about Paul Walker’s death were taken out of context.
Speaking to TMZ, Rodriguez said: "That's the people from the documentary using things out of context. I had a deep moment and I said something that, you know, was personal. It was exploited and I apologise about that, but if I knew it was being promoted that way I wouldn't have been involved.”
Meadow Walker's lawsuit is still ongoing.
The widow of the driver of the Porsche Carrera GT in which Paul Walker died back in 2013 has been dealt a blow by a Californian judge who ruled that Porsche Cars will not be held liable for the incident in spite of her lawsuit claims.
Paul Walker died in 2013
On Monday (April 4th 2016), a federal judge decided that the car company was not responsible for the death of Roger Rodas and 'Fast & Furious' actor Paul Walker, after Kristine Rodas 'provided no competent evidence' suggesting that the tragedy was caused by the lack a safety cage and fuel cell, and a failed suspension.
Continue reading: Porsche Ruled As Not Responsible For The Death Of Paul Walker
Rodriguez revealed a trip-out on the psychedelic drink Ayahuasca made her realise the extent of her grief over her 'Fast and Furious' co-star's death.
The 37 year old, who stars as Letty Ortiz in the action movie franchise, worked with Walker on the movies until his death in a car crash in November 2013. The Porsche Carrera GT in which he was a passenger veered off the road in California and burst into flames – the driver, his friend Roger Rodas, was also killed.
Michelle Rodriguez was speaking as part of a new documentary movie 'The Reality of Truth'
The actor has confirmed that three more 'Fast and Furious' movies are on their way, starting with the eighth instalment in 2017.
Vin Diesel has confirmed that there’s still more left in the engine for the Fast and Furious franchise, with a whole new trilogy coming our way. On Instagram the actor announced the release dates for the three new movies, beginning with Furious 8 in April 2017.
Continue reading: Vin Diesel Confirms Release Dates For New 'Fast And Furious' Trilogy
The claim is in addition to the one filed by Walker's daughter, Meadow, two months ago.
Just after the second anniversary of the sudden, shocking death of Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker in a car accident, the late star’s father has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche.
In official court documents obtained by various outlets, the actor’s father – also named Paul Walker – who is the executor of his son’s estate claims that the Porsche Carrera GT he was travelling in on November 20th, 2013 lacked a number of safety features that could have saved the lives of the two people who died in the accident.
Paul Walker's father is suing Porsche over his son's death in 2013
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Father Suing Porsche Over Star's Death
The Last Witch Hunter star has posted a pic of his rock hard physique after being called out for having a ‘dad bod’ online.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words then Vin Diesel needs just one to answer those who called him out on the internet for having a ‘dad bod’. The Last Witch Hunter actor was pictured shirtless on the balcony of Miami's Shore Club hotel last week, looking a little softer than usual causing some to negatively comment on his physique.
Continue reading: Vin Diesel Show Off His Abs On Instagram After 'Dad Bod' Jibes
If you thought the Fast & Furious franchise was on its way out, you clearly are not familiar with the dynamics of Hollywood franchises. As the F&F, Spider-Man, Star Wars and numerous other series have proved, you don't just enjoy success, you ride its coattails until they're so warn and ragged that the money stream starts to thin out.
Another round with Vin & co.? Don't mind if we do.
Yes, there will be a Fast & Furious 8 (or some variation upon that name). Vin Diesel announced on Thursday that there will be an eight installment of the muscle car franchise released on April 14, 2017.
‘See You Again’ is taken from the soundtrack to ‘Furious 7’.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa is on top of the UK charts this weekend with the emotional ‘See You Again’, which pays tribute to the late Furious 7 actor Paul Walker. The track, which features Charlie Puth on vocals, has also become the fastest selling single of the year so far, overtaking Ellie Goulding’s ‘Love Me Like You Do’.
Khalifa's ‘See You Again’ pays tribute to the late Paul Walker.
‘See You Again’ climbed 21 places to top the chart this week, bringing its combined sales total up to 193,000 copies. The single is taken from the soundtrack to the seventh instalment of the Fast and Furious series, which has just surpassed the $1billion mark at the worldwide box office.
Following the tragic passing of Paul Walker, a magnificent and genius movie-making experiment took place to continue the story of his character, and give him the ending he deserved.
When actor Paul Walker was killed in a car accident halfway through shooting the seventh 'Fast & Furious' movie, director James Wan made the difficult decision to finish the film, completing Walker's performance using both stand-ins and digital effects created from existing footage.
Paul Walker and the team of 'Furious 7'
To make the scenes look seamless, Wan hired Peter Jackson's Weta Digital to use blend the various elements into the completed film. And in a nice touch, he got Paul's brothers Cody and Caleb to perform as body doubles in the remaining sequences.
Continue reading: 'Furious 7' Gives Paul Walker A Proper Send-Off
The Hollywood star passed away when he was a passenger in a Porsche GT that crashed afterthe driver lost control and collided with a post and tree which caused the car to burst into flames.
Over a year after his tragic death, the family of Paul Walker are planning to achieve some solace in seeking almost $2 million from the family of Roger Rodas, the driver of the car that crashed and killed both himself as well as the Hollywood star.
Walker died in a car crash in November 2013
Walker's father, Paul Walker III, who is acting is the executor of his late son's estate, has reportedly filed a claim for $1.8 million against the estate of Rodas for wrongfully keeping Walker's exotic car collection, TMZ reported.
It was nearly been 1 year since the late actor died after the Porsche GT he was a passenger crashed while he visited a charity event in Valencia, California.
It has nearly been one year since Paul Walker tragically died in a car crash while visiting a charity event in Valencia, California, but the late actor will always have a presence in his father's life, who recently revealed he thinks about his son everyday day.
Walker died aged 40 in a car crash almost 1 year ago
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Father Remembers Late Son 1 Year After His Death
Interstellar holds a big New York premiere while Tarantino treats his Hateful Eight cast to dinner in L.A., Dumb and Dumber To makes its bow, and we get new glimpses of Paul Walker's last film, Alex Garland's directing debut, the Despicable Me spin-off and a Kiwi vampire comedy...
After earlier permieres in L.A. And London, Interstellar held a week-of-release premiere on Monday in New York, attended by Christopher Nolan and his wife producer Emma Thomas and cast members including Matthew Mcconaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, John Lithgow, Ellen Burstyn and Bill Irwin. The film hits cinemas this weekend.
Photos - New York Premiere of 'Interstellar'
Paul Walker is set to make a posthumous appearance in the seventh 'Fast & Furious' movie, thanks to stand-ins and CGI.
After a the tragic car crash that killed Paul Walker in 2013, his on-screen character, Brian O'Conner, will ride again in 'Furious 7', the seventh movie in the 'Fast & Furious' movie franchise. Walker had reportedly finished the majority of his scenes, although he died before principle photography finished. With the help of his two brothers, Caleb and Cody, four body-doubles, and some CGI magic, filming was finished in order to pay homage to the actor.
Paul Walker died in November, 2013, in a car crash
Walker was killed on 30th November, 2013, when his friend Roger Rodas crashed the Porsche they were driving into a concrete light pole at around 100 mph. The two had reportedly died before the car burst into flames from their injuries. Filming for 'Furious 7' came to a halt while the studio consulted Walker's family before determining what to do with the footage.
Continue reading: See Paul Walker In The High-Octane 'Furious 7' Trailer
The ‘Fast and the Furious’ actor was also remembered by his co-stars on Friday.
Meadow Walker paid a touching tribute to her father Fast and the Furious star Paul Walker on Friday (September 12th) on what would have been the actor's 41st birthday.
On her Instagram account the teenager posted a picture of her father holding her when she was a little girl with the caption, “Happy Birthday I love you.” Walker was just 40 when he was tragically killed last November in a car accident while visiting a charity event in Valencia, California.
Mr Danks made £1,000 selling copies of the movie on his Facebook page.
A man who secretly filmed Fast & Furious 6 in a Walsall cinema has been sentenced to three years in prison. Philip Danks, 25, from the West Midlands is thought to have cost Universal Pictures around £2.3 million in lost revenue after uploading the movie onto the web.
Vin Diesel in 'The Fast & Furious 6'
Danks had visited a showing of the film on its release date on May 17 and his pirated copy was downloaded over 700,000 times. He was also selling copies of his recorded version on his Facebook page for £1.50, making £1,000 in the process. He was arrested on May 23.
Continue reading: Man Gets Prison For Watching, Sorry, Filming 'Fast & Furious 6'
Vin Diesel has opened up to fans on Facebook about how his role as Groot in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" helped him grieve for Paul Walker.
Vin Diesel has claimed that “Guardians of the Galaxy” helped him to get over the death of his close friend and co-star, Paul Walker. Before you ask, Diesel didn’t turn to religion, “Guardians of the Galaxy” is not a new branch of scientology, it’s his upcoming Marvel superheroes movie.
Vin Diesel has said that working on "Guardians of the Galaxy" helped him deal with the death of Paul Walker
Diesel, who voices extraterrestrial tree-like being Groot in the film, explained on a Facebook Q&A that the role allowed him to work through his pain: “It was very personal - it was the month after my brother Paul Walker and it was the first time I had worked since…Although it was challenging, just to get back to work was therapeutic - especially as Groot. There was an innocence about the character that was just refreshing - and it may have been more challenging under other circumstances, but at that time, it was very therapeutic.”
The younger brother of Paul Walker opens up about the Hollywood actor's death, and says it still "doesn't feel real".
The grief stricken younger brother expressed his struggles of coming to terms with Paul's passing and insists the tragedy still "doesn't feel real".
The 40 year-old actor was killed in a car crash when visiting a charity event in Valencia, California, this past November (2013).
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Brother Gets Emotional While Speaking Of Actor's Death
Brick Mansions isn't very good. Sorry.
We were hoping this one was going to turn out pretty good. One of Paul Walker's final movies, Brick Mansions, has a decent premise. Set in a dystopian Detroit, a set of abandoned mansions house the city's most dangerous criminals. Unable to control the crime, the police construct a colossal wall around the area to protect the rest of the city. Sort of, District 9 meets The Simpsons movie.
RZA [L] and Paul Walker [R] in Brick Mansions
Walker plays a undercover cop Damien Collier, who has to battle against corruption to live an honest life. Unfortunately, the critics haven't gotten on-board with one of the late actor's final works.
Continue reading: Unfortunately, Paul Walker's 'Brick Mansions' Just Isn't Very Good
Vin Diesel has shared the first photo of the brothers on set.
A few days ago it was announced that Paul Walker’s siblings, Caleb and Cody, were to act as body doubles for the late actor, in order to complete his last installment of the Fast & Furious series. The first photos of the brothers on set have now been released by the production. The siblings were spotted on set of Fast & Furious 7 on Monday, April 21, chatting with their brother's longtime co-star Vin Diesel. The caption on Diesel's Facebook page read: "After spending time with his biological brothers, I must say to the parents, you raised some great kids."
For the FF7 guys, it's a family affair
Paul Walker’s tragic death following a high-speed car accident - which also claimed the life of Roger Rodas – threw his most high-profile movie to date into question; how would Fast & Furious 7 reach completion without one of its key stars?
Paul Walker and Vin Diesel star in Fast & Furious 6
Well now it seems as though Walker’s close family are stepping in to get the high-octane franchise back on track, helping to finish the last scenes still needing to be shot. "The Fast & Furious saga is about family. The characters are connected by the bond of family, and it is how all of us who have worked together for more than thirteen years feel about each other," the franchise posted on Facebook on Tuesday.
The late actor's brothers, Caleb and Cody, will help Walker's on-screen life be extended.
Since the 'Fast & Furious' film franchise follows the bond of a family, it is only right that a real-life family helps finish filming the latest instalment.
'Fast & Furious 7' has required the help of Paul Walker's two brothers, Cody and Caleb, to step in as body doubles for the late actor.
Since the tragic death of Paul Walker last November, it has often been speculated how director James Wan and the film's production team will attempt to finish the project.
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Brothers Will Step In To Finish 'Fast & Furious 7' Scenes
The 40 year-old actor will be featured in a tribute of clips from his movie career, and his 'Fast & Furious' co-star Jordana Brewster will also take to the stage to say a few words about him.
The late Paul Walker will be remembered at the upcoming 2014 MTV Movie Awards.
The 40 year-old, who was tragically killed in a car crash last November (2013), will be remembered in a tribute of clips of his movie career.
Walker's 'Fast & Furious' co-star Jordana Brewster, who plays his wife, will also take to the stage and conduct a speech about working with him, according to The Los Angeles Times.
Continue reading: Paul Walker Tribute Will Take Place At 2014 MTV Movie Awards
Paul Walker died from high speed, not mechanical failure.
The Porsche in which Paul Walker was travelling at the time of his death, reached a speed of 93mph before crashing and bursting into flames, killing the actor and his friend, an L.A Country Sheriff's investigation has found.
Paul Walker Died From A 93mph Crash
Using surveillance videos and electronic data retrieved from the car's computer - with the help of Porsche - investigators were able to find the rate of speed that Roger Rodas reached before crashing on a curvy road in Santa Clarita on November 30, 2013, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Continue reading: 93mph Crash Killed Paul Walker, New Report Finds
The Porsche GT, which the late actor was a passenger in, was travelling at approximately 93 MPH when his good friend Roger Rodas lost control and crashed.
On Tuesday (March 25th) the Los Angeles County Sheriff concluded their investigation and their report states the fatal crash was caused by excessive speed and not a mechanical failure.
The 40 year-old actor was killed when visiting a charity event in Santa Clarita, California, this past November (2013), he and friend Roger Rodas, (38) entered a Porsche Carrera GT sports car to drive round the block.
The 46 year-old actor describes returning to filming the 7th instalment as "one of the hardest things I have had to do in my career," but also "the most significant."
The 40 year-old actor was killed in a car crash when visiting a charity event in Valencia, California, this past November (2013).
Walker was a passenger in a Porsche GT when it crashed after the driver lost control and collided with a post and tree which caused the car to burst into flames.
Death is not hindering the return of Paul Walker to the Fast & Furious franchise. Reports suggest the deceased actor may be able to complete his role as Brian O'Conner in the seventh instalment of the hit franchise through the use of body doubles, CGI and voice overs.
Paul Walker may still be able to complete Fast & Furious 7 with the use of body doubles, CGI and voice overs reports suggest. Walker died in a car accident in November of last year when filming for the seventh film had yet to be completed.
Paul Walker's scenes in Fast & Furious 7 will be completed using special effects.
Roughly four months after Paul Walker's tragic death, filming for 'Fast & Furious 7' recommences and will also take place in Abu Dhabi.
Paul Walker's last ever film will definitely be completed.
'Fast & Furious 7' has finally been given the green light to resume production on March 31st in Atlanta Georgia.
Filming will begin roughly four months after being haltered last November (2013) due to the sudden death of the franchise's co-star Paul Walker, who was fatally injured in a car crash in Valencia, Calif.
While Fast & Furious 7 is safe, what was meant to be Walker's breakout film might never be made.
Fast & Furious 7 is going ahead, though not quite as planned. The cast and crew took an extended hiatus, following Paul Walker’s tragic death over Thanksgiving weekend 2013 and the film still hasn’t resumed filming. The cast will return to Atlanta in April to finish shooting the seventh installment in the F&F franchise.
Walker will take one final bow in the seventh (but not final) Fast film.
Much of the movie had already been filmed before Walker’s death and the production team have decided to use the footage already in the can to “retire” Walker’s character. The producers have made it clear that Brian O’Connor will not be killed off, although it hasn’t been announced exactly how he is to leave the franchise.
The car racing franchise's latest instalment will resume production this April, and the film-maker's will attempt to 'retire' Paul Walker's character instead of killing him off.
Paul Walker's last ever film will definitely be completed.
'Fast & Furious 7' has finally been given the green light to resume production this coming April, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Filming was haltered last November (2013) due to the sudden death of the car racing franchise's co-star Paul Walker.
The late actor's final full-length film sees him in the kind of action he was best known for.
The trailer has been released for the late Paul Walker's final full-length movie, Brick Mansions. The upcoming action thriller has been adapted from the 2004 French parkour action film, District B13. The gritty movie sees Walker in a classic role, jumping from buildings, driving fast cars and fighting criminals as no-nonsense cop, Damien.
Paul Walker's Final, Complete Movie 'Brick Mansions' Is A Wholly Appropriate Send-Off.
Damien is tasked with bringing down crime lord Tremaine (RZA), who has taken over the fenced-off, ccrime-ridden district of Brick Mansions with a neutron bomb. To get the job done, Damien recruits a Parkour-master ex-con Lino, played by Parkour founder and District B13 actor David Belle, and they take on the dangerous Tremaine in a city wide battle to save a lot of people.
Continue reading: 'Brick Mansions', Paul Walker's Last Ever Movie, Gets A Trailer [Video]
Paul Walker has reportedly left his entire $25 million estate to his 15 year-old daughter Meadow, but the late actor's father wants his mother to be the custodian of the fortune.
Paul Walker wanted to take care of his daughter even after life.
The 40 year-old actor, who was tragically killed in a devastating car crash last November (2013), has allegedly left his entire fortune to his only child, Meadow.
TMZ reports, Walker left his whole $25 million estate to his 15 year-old daughter after the gossip site obtained a copy of his will.
Vin Diesel's tribute to his late friend
Paul Walker’s death stunned everyone when he and Roger Rodas were involved in a fatal and fiery car crash in November last year. As one of the key stars of the Fast & Furious franchise and, by all accounts, a lovely guy, the news sent shockwaves through various media outlets, family, friends and fans alike.
The relationship between Walker and his ‘Fast’ co-star, Vin Diesel, was well documented. They famously argued and feuded – something the ‘Riddick’ actor latest admitted to regretting. But in tribute to his late friend and co-star, Diesel posted an 18-minute documenting their time together.
Continue reading: Vin Diesel's 18-Minute Tribute Video For Paul Walker
What is the most popular film for torrent downloaders?
For those who give into temptation – the temptation being seemingly unlimited to films music and TV for free with little chance of getting caught – then life’s pretty good: they can settle down in their comfortable homes, tucking into DVD quality movies with or without subtitles. Well, sometimes with hardcoded Mandarin subtitles, but that doesn’t matter.
Martin Freeman as a young Bilbo Baggins
Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey proved the most popular film for torrent fans, with an estimated 8.4m downloads, and that’s despite the fantasy epic being available on the streaming service, Netflix. Up next was Quentin Tarantino’s dark slavery comedy, Django Unchained, while Fast & Furious 6 took third spot.
In another year full of scandal and turmoil, it's nice to know these celebrities had their hearts in the right place.
With great stardom comes great responsibility, as Taylor Swift proved this year. The singer had a phenomenally successful year with her RED tour, but she was also very charitable with her earning – the most charitable celebrity, in fact, according to DoSomething’s annual list for 2013.
The beautiful and talented Swift turned out to be quite charitable as well.
Taylor Swift fans will know that she’s no stranger to charitable donations and was also on the list last year. In 2013, however, there were several notable events, which helped Taylor stand out from the pack.
Continue reading: Taylor Swift And One Direction Named Most Charitable Celebrities Of 2013
Vin Diesel announced the release date of 'Fast and Furious 7' on his Facebook page. The death of Paul Walker caused producers to halt the film's production, however it seems the film will be released ahead of schedule in April 2015.
Fans of the Fast and Furious franchise breathed a sigh of relief on Sunday (22nd December) when the producers of the seventh film announced it would be released, despite the untimely death of one of its stars, Paul Walker.
Paul Walker died in November aged 40.
Producers initially anticipated the film's release date would be delayed but it seems the film will be completed ahead of schedule. Fast and Furious 7 was initially slated to be released in Summer 2015. However, Vin Diesel announced the film would be released on April 10th 2015. In his statement, posted on his Facebook page on Sunday, Diesel included a still from his last scene with Walker.
Continue reading: Vin Diesel Announces Fast & Furious 7 Release Date
Thanks Marvel, for confirming something even dogs could figure out
Vin Diesel has been hinting at his role in Guardians of The Galaxy for ages now, so Marvel confirming that Groot will be played by the deep-voiced Hollywood star doesn’t really come as a surprise. But it’s nice to know what’s going on.
"Vin Diesel is a super awesome dude. I can't tell you how much I like this guy," the movie's director James Gunn wrote on Twitter linking to an image of Vin hugging a model of Groot.
Fast & Furious 7 is moving on, but will be released a year later than planned.
Fast & Furious 7 has gotten an official release date – April 10, 2015. Vin Diesel announced the news via his Facebook page on Sunday. Despite the tragic death of F&F star Paul Walker on November 30th, the production soldiers on, but will be released later than originally planned.
Vin Diesel announced the news, while also honoring his late co-star.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Walker will appear in the movie and his co-star’s message also pays tribute to the late actor. Diesel wrote: "The last scene we filmed together…There was a unique sense of completion, of pride we shared… in the film we were now completing… the magic captured… and, in just how far we've come… Fast and Furious 7 will be released… April 10th 2015! P.s. He'd want you to know first…"
Paul Walker's death was caused by speed.
Paul Walker's death was not caused by a mechanical problem with his friend's Porsche Carrera GT and was purely down to excessive speed. There had been some speculation that the super car has a history of difficult handling, but investigators say the driver of the car lost control due to "speed, and speed alone."
Paul Walker's Death Sent Shockwaves Through Hollywood
Speaking anonymously, investigators also ruled out the chance that debris in the road caused the car to smash into a street light and tree.
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Death Caused By Excessive Speed, Not Mechanical Failure
The actor was laid to rest by family and friends.
The late Paul Walker has finally been laid to peace at a private funeral ceremony on Saturday (14th Dec.) where the actor's family and friends had the opportunity to grieve together, pay tribute to the star's tragically short life and bid their final farewells. Walker, who was 40 when he died on November 30th, was killed in a car collision with a tree that also killed the driver of the vehicle, Roger Rodas.
Paul Walker Has Finally Been Laid To Rest By Those Who Knew Him Best.
Rodas and Walker were killed after the Porsche they had taken for a spin somehow went out of control and crashed. Though toxicology reports are expected in January, the initial autopsies ruled that the men's deaths were accidents caused by "traumatic and thermal injuries."
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Closest Bid Final Farewell At Funeral
This week's mixed bag of news brought serious Oscar indications, exciting new music from Beyoncé, not so exciting music from Rebecca Black and a shocking revelation from the mind of Tila Tequila.
Beyoncé Unveils Pre-Christmas Surprise: Beyoncé Knowles has dropped an entire album of new material suddenly and unexpectedly, somehow accomplishing the astonishing task of managing to evade those who seek to leak new pop albums. The singer dropped BEYONCÉ with its 14 new songs plus 17 music videos on iTunes after stating she was "bored" of the traditional way of releasing music. Find out more here.
Paul Walker Wreckage Thieves Charged: In a frankly unbelievable story of crime that rocked not only the grieving family and friends of the late Fast & Furious actor Paul Walker but Hollywood too, two thieves attempted to steal parts from the Porsche car that the actor and driver Roger Rodas died in. Jameson Witty, who bragged about his theft on Instagram, and Anthony Janow face charges of one felony count of grand theft of personal property and two misdemeanor counts of destroying evidence as well as delaying a police officer. Read the full story here.
Paul Walker's remains have been released back to his family as they prepare the actor's funeral for this weekend, the 'Fast & Furious' cast are among the close family and friends attending the service.
The remains of the actor were transported to the Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills mortuary by his family's request.
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Body Returned To Family As Preparations Begin For Funeral
Two men, who were accused of stealing part of the wreckage of the car Paul Walker was killed in, have been charged with three crimes, including a felony.
Two men who were accused of stealing the roof of the Porsche GT, that Paul Walker tragically crashed in and died, have been charged.
TMZ reports, the culprits have been charged with one felony count of grand theft of personal property as well as two misdemeanours of destroying evidence.
Jameson Brooks Witty and Anthony Edward Janow could face up to 4 years and 6 months in prison if convicted.
A memorial took place at the crash site of Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas, where thousands of fans attended to pay their respects to the late actor and his friend.
Thousands of like-minded petrol head fans paid tribute to the late actor Paul Walker on Sunday (Dec 9th).
The gathering of mourners occurred at the crash site in Santa Clarita, Calif., where the 40 year-old was in a fatal car crash with Roger Rodas on Nov 30th.
The memorial service, which was organised through social media, was expected to begin at noon but fans arrived hours early to leave flowers, notes and other tributes.
Continue reading: Thousands Of Fans Attend Memorial Service For Paul Walker At Crash Site
His family and friends have also said that they are still coming to terms with the actor's sudden death
Paul Walker's death was sudden and unexpected and perhaps unsurprisingly his family and friends are still struggling to come to terms with his death. As they come to terms with the actor's tragic demise, a report from HollywoodLife.com has revealed that his family will finally begin planning their final farewell to the star, in what has been deemed a "special funeral" service.
Walker has been fondly remembered since his passing
"They have not decided when the funeral will take place, it is still a work in progress,” a friend of Paul and his family told the gossip site. “They want to make sure that everyone who wants to mourn will be together and all schedules match. They hopefully will have more of an idea next week.”
Continue reading: Paul Walker's Family Planning 'Special Funeral' For Deceased Star
Gal Gadot will play Wonder Woman opposite Affleck and Cavill, while Rita Ora heads for the 50 Shades set. We also hear about Paul Walker's posthumous Hours and are teased with new Spider-man and BoxTrolls trailers...
The big story this week is that Wonder Woman will make her long-awaited big-screen debut in the upcoming Batman vs Superman movie starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill. Israeli actress Gal Gadot has nabbed the key role; she's best known as Gisele in the last three Fast & Furious movies. 'Batman vs. Superman' has found its Wonder Woman, but who is Gal Gadot?
It was also announced that Rita Ora has joined the cast of Fifty Shades of Grey, which is currently filming in Vancouver with Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in the lead roles, and Sam Taylor-Wood directing. Others joining the cast include Marcia Gay Harden and Jennifer Ehle. We take a closer look at the appointment here.
Lowlife thieves try to steal wreckage parts from the crash that killed Paul Walker.
Two men are in custody after being caught attempting to steal car parts from the crashed Porsche that killed actor Paul Walker and the driver, Roger Rodas. Rodas and Walker had taken the sportscar for a drive and somehow ended up colliding with a lamppost then a tree, sending the car into flames.
Paul Walker Died On Saturday In A Car Crash.
The burnt-out wreckage that dominated front pages in the days of Walker's death was hardly recognisable to be anything other than a charred, mangled pile of scrap metal but two thieves decided to try their chances.
Continue reading: Man Steals Paul Walker Car Parts, Posts Images On Instagram
Paul Walker's generosity can be summed up in one magical story.
Since Paul Walker's death, stories about the Fast and Furious star's generosity have swamped the web. The actor was known to be big on charity, though former jewlery clerk Irene King will never forget the day that Walker sauntered into her Santa Barbara store, picked up the tab for a $9,000 engagement ring for a complete stranger, and fled into the Los Angeles day. Read about Tila Tequila's ridiculous theory on Paul's death.
Paul Walker On The Catwalk
During the holiday season of 2004, Walker was looking around the store while a couple were picking out an engagement ring. The man - soldier Kyle Upham who had just returned from duty in Iraq - was checking out the cheaper items, though his wife spotted something she "really, really liked." It was a $9,000 engagement ring. Upham said "Honey, I can't afford that," King recalled.
Continue reading: Paul Walker Paid For Soldier's $9,000 Engagement Ring For Future Wife
Among a flood of tributes to Paul Walker, friend and colleague Vin Diesel finally spoke out.
Four days after Paul Walker’s tragic death, his on and off-screen friend Vin Diesel has issued a statement in mourning. The actor wrote on his Facebook page: “Pablo, I wish you could see the world right now and the profound impact, your full life has had on it, on Us… on me.”
Walker [l] and Diesel [r] have been close friends since filming the original 2001 Fast & Furious movie.
Following some comments, which popped up on instagram and twitter under Diesel’s name, but later turned out to have been posted by fake accounts, the actor shared some touching sentiments in his first real statement. His post begins with a quote by Thomas Campbell: “To live in the hearts we leave behind, is not to die.” Diesel then goes on to express his grief in a statement, which has so far gathered thousands of likes and over 36,000 sympathetic comments, all lamenting the actor’s sudden death.
Michell Rodriguez and Luke Evans are Paul Walker's latest co-stars to express their devastation on his sudden death this past Saturday (Nov 30th).
Michelle Rodriquez, who co-starred with Paul in 'The Fast and the Furious' franchise, has finally broke her silence on his tragic death.
The 35 year-old, like many others, took to twitter to express her sentiments following Walker's fatal car crash in Santa Clarita, while attending a charity event for his organization 'Reach Out Worldwide'.
Paul Walker's girlfriend, Jasmine, has received a lot of media attention over the past few days, but has herself chosen to retreat to a familiar environment.
Paul Walker’s girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell is reportedly “broken up” over the sudden and tragic death of the actor. The 23-year-old woman had been dating Walker (40) for the past seven years. She has now turned to her mother, Julie, for support – as you do in difficult situations. Pilchard-Gosnell and the age difference between the two has attracted a lot of attention since Walker's passing, which might be why the young woman has decided to protect her privacy and retreat from media enquiries.
“Paul was a really good guy and Jasmine is broken up by this. I went to Thanksgiving with him, played golf with him, Jasmine’s uncle Barton Bruner reportedly said for the Daily Mail. ”They had their ups and downs but they were together and looking to spend a bright future together.”
Jasmine is a college student living in Santa Barbara, California. Prior to Walker’s death, the 23-year-old was reportedly starting to bond with the actor’s daughter Meadow who, at 15, is only eight years younger than her stepmother-to-be. Understandably, the teenager hasn’t been seen since Walker died in a car accident on Saturday. After Thanksgiving, which he spent with his daughter, the actor was scheduled to return to Atlanta and begin filming, Fast & Furious 7.
The release of Paul Walker's film is set to go ahead as planned.
Following Paul Walker’s sudden and tragic death on Saturday, November 30th, interest in his upcoming film, Hours, has intensified. The film has been described as a dramatic acting departure for the late star as his character tries to keep his daughter alive during Hurricane Katrina. Here’s everything you need to know about the film:
Paul Walker in 'Hours'
When will it be released?
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Nolan and Abigail are hoping to welcome their unborn baby daughter into the world in just a few weeks, but things take a terrifying turn when the child is born five weeks prematurely. Abigail is rushed to hospital just as New Orleans becomes embroiled in a menacing looking storm that gets gradually worse as the hours go by. As Hurricane Katrina causes the nearby levee to break, the streets are flooded and the entire hospital is forced to be evacuated. However, that means that some people cannot be moved from the building if their survival relies solely on non-portable machines and so Nolan insists on staying in the unit where his fragile baby daughter is hooked up to a ventilator. Soon, though, the emergency battery begins to die down and with no-one around to change it and a severe power cut underway, he is forced to find a generator and do everything within his power to save his child - even if that means risking his own life.
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It's massive, utterly ridiculous and it works!
Throughout the surprisingly long life of Fast & Furious, we’ve come to think of the franchise as something of a joke. Macho men and beautiful women revving up engines and performing absurd stunts, with barely a thread of plot to hold the whole thing together. And yet, not only is Fast & Furious still around, but the sixth installment in the series is geared up to take the weekend box office charts by a landslide. The film grossed over $38 million domestically on Friday and is projected to cash in at $120 million by the end of the holiday weekend (according to USA Today) and it miraculously earned the approval of 75% of critics and 95% of fans on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. Pardon us while we stop and wonder: how on earth did this happen?
Well, there’s obviously the very enticing presence of both Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel – both of whom look like your stereotypical tough guys, but turn out to be surprisingly relatable and have really good comedic pacing. Then there are of course the members of the supporting cast – Paul Walker, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson and Jordana Brewster – who’s clever and well-timed quips make this highly watchable. Then there are, of course, the machines, the explosions, your typical action flick fodder, which this franchise takes very seriously. But all that just makes for an entertaining, easily forgettable movie, perhaps one sequel. What Fast did and what’s helped the franchise not only live on, but become bigger and better, with the sixth installment being the best yet, where normally a franchise would be on its last leg, was to stop taking itself seriously. Somewhere around Fast Five the producers realized the ridiculousness of the whole premise and, instead of trying to disguise it, decided to just go for the full monty (we presume that’s how it was mentioned in meetings.)
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Ludacris and the Rock are all back for the sixth (but not last) installment of the franchise
Fast and Furious 6 gets it's U.S. release today and whilst many are scratching their heads at how the franchise ever managed to get to six films, critics and audiences alike are in agreement with each other that the big wigs behind the franchise have left the best film until last (Though there's probably going to be a seventh).
With original stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker joined by the likes of franchise regulars DWAYNE 'THE ROCK' JOHNSON and Ludacris (as Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges), the latest release is still very much a Fast & Furious film, but don't let that put you off just yet. With all the usual motoring chaos and carnage to expect, only this time round with a little added spice, the film is everything you could from a F&F movie, with added va-va-voom.
Continue reading: Fast And Furious 6 Is Released Today, And It Might Be The Best One Yet!
Paul Walker remains behind the steering wheel, but this action thriller has a whiff of the arthouse about it, simply by being set in South Africa. The plot is as preposterous as Taken, which it resembles in many ways. But there is some guilty pleasure to be had in the way events unfurl for this particular American abroad. And the big climax is satisfyingly ridiculous.
It opens at the Johannesburg airport, where the recently paroled Michael (Walker) arrives on the way to visit his ex Angelica (Haidarian). But the rental agency gives him the wrong car, and when he gets stuck in a traffic jam he starts exploring it, discovering first a phone, then a gun and then a bound-and-gagged women behind the back seat. She turns out to be Rachel (McLean), a kidnapped lawyer caught between dirty cops and even dirtier politicians. And as everyone begins to chase Michael around the city, he gets deeper and deeper into the mess.
Michael is on edge from the beginning, exhausted after the gruelling flight and distracted by thoughts of Angelica. And we soon learn that he has broken parole to leave America, risking everything for this reunion with her. The script reveals its secrets along the way, although the main thing we realise is that writer-director Dewil is doing whatever he wants, sending Michael on a nightmarish odyssey that's more than a little contrived. And Walker is fine in the role of a rather uncomplicated guy who knows how to deal with these kinds of shady situations.
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Michael Woods is eager to get his life back on track; leave behind his criminal past and reunite with his estranged girlfriend to patch up a tempestuous relationship. He breaks parole in order to go and see her but, due to a mix up with a car rental company, he is landed with a minivan rather than what he asked for: a rather more practical Sedan. However, he decides he'll go with it anyway unaware of the shock that would lie in store. When he discovers a phone with a new text message in the front of the vehicle, he is drawn to a silenced handgun obviously meant for someone else. Not only that, but when he pulls back the back seat, he finds a gagged and bound female hostage who informs him that was going to be killed for her inside knowledge of the corrupt local police. The pair embark on a perilous cat and mouse chase hotly pursued by the feds who he needs avoid anyway for his own reasons.
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Stars convinced that this will be the biggest and best installment yet.
Fast and Furious co-stars Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster have been giving us the low down on the forthcoming new film and the sixth of the franchise, Fast And Furious 6.
Continue reading: Vin Diesel And Fast And Furious 6 Co-Stars Talk New Movie [Video]
Paul Walker and Jordana Brewster are interviewed in London about the latest addition to the 'Fast' franchise 'Fast & Furious 6'. They talk about their feelings on the numerous reprisals of the movie, the extravagant scale of the film and on and offscreen friendships.
On making a new sequel, Paul admits his first thoughts were, 'Really? It was a long time ago we made the first one, you really think they want us still doing this?' 'To me it's just mindblowing, and now all this talk about announcing another one before this one's even been released, that's bold as all hell', he continues. Jordana comments on just how big they've made the movie this time. 'There's a tank that literally flies out of a truck that then pummels over cars', she says. 'Someone just thought up what could be the most fun thing to shoot and then made it happen which is pretty crazy.' Paul says he has a 'healthy' competitive relationship with co-star Vin Diesel. 'I get frustrated at times and I want to tell him to go kick rocks and he'll laugh at me. and we'll have our. make-up session', he says. 'What we've got going on in real life is parallel to onscreen.'
Dom, Brian and Mia may be living it up with $100 million dollars in their back pockets, but living the fast life hasn't been entirely beneficial as a hole in the lives has been left by the fact that they cannot return home after the trouble they got in with the law. When DSS agent Luke Hobbs approaches Dom to ask for his help nabbing a gang of highly-trained drivers who are leaving a trail of destruction everywhere they go, Dom is less than tempted by the offer. However, when Hobbs shows him a week old photograph of Dom's former love Letty who he thought was dead, he takes on the job with his friends, determined to find out the truth even if it's the last thing he wants to hear. In return for the capture of this gang of road miscreants, the trio are offered a full pardon for their own crimes. However, with the stakes this high, survival becomes the most sought after prize for their latest challenge.
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Dominic, Brian and Mia maybe $100 million richer following their daring heist at the expense of crime lord Hernan Reyes in Rio de Janeiro, but their lives have been left somewhat ruptured by the fact that they cannot return home despite DSS agent Luke Hobbs letting them go after they saved his life. However, they are given a chance to be pardoned in full when Hobbs enlists them and their team to help him take down a group of deadly mercenary drivers with their own formidable street racing skills. Things aren't as simple as that though, especially when Dom discovers that his former love Letty who he believed to be dead makes a return as the brutal and self-serving assistant of the criminal kingpin behind the organisation. Will the Fast and Furious team succeed in the dangerous mission with their lives and their chance to go home hanging in the balance?
Following the events of the Fast franchise's fifth instalment 'Fast Five', our favourite street racers are back with the upcoming 'Fast & Furious 6'. With a full all-star cast return, the movie looks set to be a hit following the trailer's debut at the Super Bowl XLVII. It has been directed by Justin Lin ('Annapolis') and written by Chris Morgan ('Cellular', 'Wanted') of the last three instalments and is scheduled to be released in the UK on May 24th 2013.
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Luke Evans, Gina Carano, Elsa Pataky, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Elsa Pataky, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Joe Taslim, Rowena Diamond, Kim Kold,
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Cops Jack and Eddie (Dillon and Hernandez) are on the trail of a fiendishly efficient band of bank robbers made up of brainy, brawny Gordon (Elba) and his well-dressed goons (Brown, Walker, Christensen and Ealy). When former gang member Ghost (Harris) is released from prison, he presents them with a "once-in-a-lifetime job". But they only have five days to prepare, which is less than they're used to. Something seems fishy, but they go ahead with the heist. And sure enough, not only are the cops closing in, but Ghost may betray them.
Continue reading: Takers Review
For the record, Rob Cohen's The Fast and the Furious -- which took the name from a 1955 Roger Corman racing flick, and updated the master's exploitation bent with well-deployed studio gloss -- was a perfectly enjoyable piece of work. Throwing squadrons of neon-colored muscle cars and a still-trying Vin Diesel into the middle of an overheated potboiler drama about family honor and loyalty turned out to be a genius stroke; the thing left scorch marks. It moved with the skillful speed of well-honed pulp. By contrast, the near-laughable Fast & Furious (directed by Justin Lin, who did the honors on the last installment, Tokyo Drift) tries far too hard and achieves very little.
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Former Marine and perpetual bad boy Tim Kearney (Paul Walker) has been asked to do just that. Serving a long prison sentence for all manner of illegal activities, Kearney is given conditional release if he's willing to impersonate the missing Bobby Z. DEA agent Tad Grusza (Laurence Fishburne) sets Kearney up for the exchange. Kearney looks enough like Bobby Z to pass muster, but the exchange goes to hell and Kearney is left to fend for himself. When he's captured and taken to Don Huerto's (Joaquim de Almeida) palatial Mexican estate, he meets Bobby Z's old flame Elizabeth (the striking Olivia Wilde) and her teenaged son, Kit, who just might be his (well, Bobby Z's) kid. Because Kearney isn't Bobby Z, and because he's far too brash and selfless, all sorts of trouble ensues.
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The year for some reason -- the actual events happened in 1957 -- is 1993. Walker plays a guide at the National Science Foundation's base in Antarctica, where he and his eight sled dogs cover the terrain, helping with expeditions. Bruce Greenwood plays a big-shot scientist who comes to the cold continent looking for the remains of an asteroid or something else out of a Michael Bay movie. The men head out on the sled, encounter a heap of trouble, and barely return to headquarters.
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Joy Ride has clearly learned from similar, high-octane road thrillers like Breakdown. It calculates every move, but seldom do we see the surprises coming. The film explores the misadventures of a college student named Lewis (Paul Walker). Lewis is a nice guy, having just bought a used car to travel all the way across the country to help a friend in need (Leelee Sobieski). Along the way, he also stops to post bail for his troublemaking brother, Fuller (Steve Zahn), and give him a ride as well.
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When even a skillful writer-director with soul to spare like John Singleton ("Boyz 'N' the Hood," "Shaft") can't lend a street-racing movie an ounce of personality, it becomes abundantly clear that the trendy genre never had anything worthwhile to offer in the first place.
Stepping behind the camera for the carbon-copy sequel "2 Fast 2 Furious," Singleton frontloads the film with one scene of enjoyable B-movie flair -- a midnight drag race punctuated by car-wake camera shakes, colorful background-blur effects, and cheesy close-ups of revving tachometers, needle-buried speedometers and bad actors squinting with determined concentration as they grip the wheel.
But as soon as the movie is sideswiped by its imbecilic plot, Singleton loses his ironic sense of style and the flick crashes and burns.
Continue reading: 2 Fast 2 Furious Review
Date of birth
12th September, 1973
Date of death
30th November, 2011
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