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Paul Walker's brother breaks down in emotional TV interview -- VIDEO

“He was just awesome.”

That’s how Cody Walker described his big brother Paul Walker in an emotional interview on Friday to talk about the late actor’s charity organization Reach Out Worldwide and his upcoming film Brick Mansions. Walker held back tears when talking with Baltimore Fox TV affiliate anchor Candace Dold about his brother’s legacy after the tragic car accident that killed him and his friend Roger Rodas last November.

Cody and brother Caleb are currently both standing-in for Paul to help complete Fast and Furious 7. Last week, Vin Diesel posted a photo on set with Paul’s brother and  an emotional tribute of his own. As for Paul’s latest film which opens this weekend, Cody said that “it’s cool to see him having fun.” Watch the interview below: READ FULL STORY

'Fast & Furious 7' will not kill off Paul Walker's character

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It’s not an easy thing, to finish a movie without one of your lead actors. When Heath Ledger died midway through filming The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, director Terry Gilliam seized on the film’s magical-real aesthetic and finished off the movie with Colin Farrell and Johnny Depp fake-Shemping Ledger. When Oliver Reed died before filming key scenes in Gladiator, Ridley Scott pasted Reed’s head onto a body double using digital effects. It’s a tricky thing, morbid and money-grubbing but also well-intentioned and even a little sacred. You want to honor the dead actor’s final work; but you also want to finish your movie. River Phoenix and Marilyn Monroe died too early to salvage Dark Blood or Something’s Got to Give; a tragedy for many reasons, not least because they both looked much better than The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. READ FULL STORY

James Wan posts 'Fast & Furious 7' photo

Fresh off the one-two box office success of The Conjuring and Insidious: Chapter 2, director James Wan is hard at work on a movie that will presumably feature significantly less ghosts, unless it turns out that The Rock’s triceps are haunted. Fast & Furious 7 is currently filming towards a summer 2014 release date. The last film ended with a mid-credits teaser introducing new villain Jason Statham. Little is known about Statham’s character, Ian Shaw, beyond the fact that he is the brother of Fast 6 baddie Owen Shaw. But in a new picture posted to Twitter, Wan offers a window into the new baddie’s soul: READ FULL STORY

Lucas Black rejoins 'Fast & Furious,' and we try once again to guess the plot of 'Fast 7'

Fast & Furious 7 has already added several new faces to the crash-happy franchise, including Kurt Russell, Djimon Hounsou, Tony Jaa, and probably several hundred cars that will soon meet their destruction in a metropolitan fireball of automotive calamity. But the series isn’t forgetting its roots: EW has confirmed that Lucas Black — who memorably essayed the part of White Dude in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift — will return for Fast & Furious 7.

Deadline originally reported that Black’s deal is actually for the next three Fasts, which implies that the franchise is world-building towards a genuine trilogy — a three-film saga that can only end with a race across a melting glacier and/or an exploding volcano. READ FULL STORY

'Fast & Furious 7': Vin Diesel posts first photo, we make our best guess at the plot

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Social media pioneer and human bicep Vin Diesel just started filming the next Fast & Furious movie. We know this is true because he posted a picture from the set on his Facebook page. The photo shows Diesel as Dominic Toretto, towering over the camera; although he is wearing a leather jacket, we can surmise that he is wearing one of his trademark black tank tops. Paul Walker is there too, wearing Brian O’Conner’s trademark three-sizes-too-large T-Shirt.

There’s also a young lady who looks unconscious/drugged/dead, and a pretty pond; also, both Diesel and Walker are looking at someone offscreen. With these few bits of information, and because there’s nothing else to do today besides cry about Breaking Bad, let’s try to construct the scene they’re filming as written in the original screenplay: READ FULL STORY

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