Co-star in “Fast & Furious” passed away, Vin Diesel reluctantly returned to the studio

This was shared by Vin Diesel in his interview with NME: “I felt like I was asked to go back to the funeral. I was broken by it.”

However, returning to the set of Fast & Furious 7 after Paul’s departure was also said by Vin to be very memorable when he and the crew members worked together to create the most beautiful moment in the history of cinema. image.

“I didn’t want anyone to use this tragedy as a storyline” – he continued – “It was a very important moment for me and also an extremely difficult moment for me.”


“It’s not just in my career but in the history of cinema as well” – Vin continued – “For the first time all men in the world, on the planet can cry together”.

The ending of Fast & Furious 7 is said to be dedicated to Paul Walker and his character Brian.

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