Remembering Paul Walker Tribute site for actor Paul Walker.

Fast & Furious 9: Paul’s Movie Son Returns in New Set Video

The latest Fast & Furious 9 set video reveals the return of Brian O’Conner’s (Paul Walker) son. The ninth instalment (as implied by the title) from the primary saga of the car-centric franchise is officially in production. And because of this, few clips have emerged giving fans a look at the cast back reprising their respective roles. The most recent of which features Brian and Mia’s (Jordana Brewster) son.

It was Nathalie Emmanuel (hacktivist Ramsey introduced in Furious 7), who was the first person from the cast to reveal that shooting has begun for the Justin Lin-directed project. Her social media post was followed by a video from franchise star, Vin Diesel, alongside Michelle Rodriguez, came out, celebrating wrapping up their first day back on the set as Dominic Toretto and Letty Ortiz. Emmanuel’s original upload implied that Tyrese Gibson as Roman Pearce, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges as Tej Parker and Brewster are also involved, but there have been no trace of them on location. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Luke Hobbs, however, won’t be in the upcoming blockbuster as he’s off to star opposite Jason Statham in Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw – the first spinoff from the film series. Now, thanks to a new social media post, fans can see Brewster return as Mia, alongside her movie son she shares with Walker.

Shared by Diesel on his official Instagram account is a clip from their fourth day on the set of in London. With the actor is his on-screen sister, Brewster and child actor Isaac, who plays “baby Brian.” Watch the video below:

After Walker’s tragic demise, James Wan’s Furious 7 was retooled to write off his character. But instead of a demise on-screen, the franchise opted to got on a less sad route, revealing that Brian decided to tap out of their operations to live a quiet life with Mia and raise their son. That also meant that Brewster’s time in the franchise was done even though she’s still around to play her role. And as the film series continues, fans assumed that it was only a matter of time before she gets back into the thick of things which is seemingly what’s going to happen in Fast & Furious 9.

While seeing Mia and her son return for Fast & Furious 9 is a welcome development for the franchise, this begs a couple of questions regarding the manner of their appearance, as well as the current status of Brian. It’s surely odd to see the both of them be involved in the upcoming narrative but not Walker’s character. Since the story of the film is still tightly under wraps it’s difficult to predict what’s going on with the O’Connners, but there’s a possibility that at the crux of the narrative is Brian’s whereabouts. Regardless of what it is, one thing is for sure, the project needs to justify Mia and baby Brian’s return, but not their family’s patriarch.

“I Am Paul Walker” Documentary Video & Captures

Hey all!

If you were unable to tune in and watch the documentary a few nights ago, you can check out the documentary I Am Paul Walker here on the site. I’ve included the first part to this post as well as links to the other videos and I’ve also added screen captures to the gallery.

Remembering Paul Walker, Nearly 5 Years After His Tragic Death

Nearly five years after his tragic death, Paul Walker is still in the minds and hearts of his family, friends and fans.

The actor’s life and legacy are celebrated in an upcoming documentary, I Am Paul Walker, and in honor of the touching tribute, ET is taking a look back at our own greatest moments with Walker.

ET first met Walker in 1998, when he was a spunky young actor starring in Varsity Blues. He was about to get his big break in Hollywood — but he made it clear he planned to do things his way.

“People are so afraid to offend, or say something. You know, ‘Maybe I won’t get another job, I don’t want to bad mouth this person or bad person,'” he said. “Personally, I like to be straight up. If I had some smack, or some trash to talk about someone, I’d be tempted to give it to you right now… I don’t have any, and that’s the real story.”

Then, in 2000, ET was with the actor on set of The Fast and the Furious, where he starred as Brian O’Conner, one of his most and iconic roles. Back then, however, Walker confessed he wasn’t nearly the driver his character turned out to be. “We went to this racing school in Vegas,” he admitted. “I learned a lot. I learned just how little I knew about driving!”

Walker was a quick learner, but sadly, it was also a high-speed crash that killed him nearly five years ago, on Nov. 30, 2013. ET spoke with the father of one just six months prior to the accident, where he said his love for cars evolved throughout his life. “I grew up hunting and fishing, and I’ve always been into archery. I’ve always been into cars, and it’s like they’re associated, it always comes down to, oh, those are macho, those are real guy things to do. In my family, that was just stuff we did, that’s just the way it was,” he explained.

Moving Hosts

Hey all!

I just wanted to post quickly and let you know we are moving hosts so if you see any broken links or have issues with the site, hopefully everything will be fixed soon!

Paul Walker Documentary Premieres Next Month

The life of the late actor Paul Walker will be celebrated in a new documentary premiering next month.

I Am Paul Walker” will chronicle “the charismatic and massively popular movie star whose life was tragically cut short in a car accident that devastated his fans, family, and friends,” according a release from the Paramount Network to announce the project.

Walker, who shot to fame as the star of the street racing franchise “Fast & Furious,” was killed in a car crash in 2013. Walker was in the passenger seat of a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT, driven by a racing team partner, Roger Rodas. The car slammed into a light pole and burst into flames in an office park in the community of Valencia in Santa Clarita, about 30 miles north of Hollywood. In 2014 the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department revealed that speed was what caused the crash and that Walker and Rodas were driving between 80 and 93 mph.

The documentary will feature family footage of Walker and interviews with his family members and friends, including his “Fast and Furious” co-star Tyrese Gibson. Walker’s parents participated in the documentary.

Adrian Buitenhuis, who produced films on Heath Ledger, Chris Farley and Muhammad Ali, directed the documentary.

“I Am Paul Walker” premieres August 9.