Speed A Possible Factor In Paul Walker’s Death, No Word Of ‘Fast & Furious’ Future

December 2nd, 2013 // 1 Comment
Paul Walker 'Fast & Furious 6' Premiere

In case you’re still reeling from Paul Walker‘s death this past weekend, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

The Fast & Furious actor passed away in a car crash on Saturday, November 30, after Roger Rodas, his friend behind the wheel, lost control of the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT they were driving.

While no official word has been given on what caused the crash, speed has been deemed a very likely factor from the doughnut spin skid marks on the road. Although officials are still not sure if those are indeed from the Porsche. 

So basically guys, it’s going to take awhile until we figure exactly what killed Paul and his beautiful blue eyes. With the actors death, the future of the Fast & Furiousfranchise is definitely in limbo. The 7th movie in the series recently finished filming and is set for a July release. So far, the movie’s release date hasn’t been pushed back.

According to reports, a lot of how the franchise will continue depends on what co-star Vin Diesel wants to do. I like to imagine Paul as Cory Monteith and Vin as Lea Michele. Although we haven’t seen these tears from Vin.

While Paul’s death is extremely sad, it’s made even sadder when you think about the fact that he is survived by his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow. In a recent interview Paul revealed that he was going to take some time off from acting to spend more time with his daughter, who was living with him full time. “She’s the best partner I’ve ever had,” he told EW.

Alright folks, let the tears flow. Honestly, I’m still in shock. We’ll keep you updated on Paul’s story as it progresses, but until then you should marathon some F&F to remember how much you love him.

By Sabba Rahbar
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  1. Kay

    The 7th movie has not finished filming… It still had a month left of filming in Atlanta before going to LA and Abu Dhabi in January…

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