Two days after his death, Paul’s family, friends and fans are still gathering around the spot that he and Roger crashed their car Nov. 30 to pay tribute to the 40-year-old actor.
Paul Walker‘s fans are completely heartbroken by the death of the actor they fell in love with on the big screen. They have been gathering to lay flowers, signs, licenses plates, and more memorabilia in his honor.
Paul Walker Fans Remember Actor
Ever since Paul’s tragic death, fans continue to remember The Fast and the Furious star by going to the accident site. They brought all sorts of things, from flowers and candles to license plates and yellow caution tape to remember him.
Paul Walker Car Crash Video Surfaces
Others were also reportedly taking place in unsafe driving at the scene, leaving skid marks from peeling out and burning rubber all over the street. Police are »
- Emily Longeretta
“The Fast and the Furious” star Paul Walker’s father expressed his immense grief over his son’s sudden death on Saturday. “I’m just glad that every time I saw him, I told him I loved him. And he said the same thing to me,” Paul Walker Sr. told CBS2 in Los Angeles on Sunday. “His heart was so big,” Walker Sr. also said, “I was proud of him every day of his life.” See video: Paul Walker’s Death: 5 of the Actor’s Early TV Roles Named after his father, Walker was raised by his parents alongside four siblings in Sunland, »
- Jethro Nededog
Think you recognize any of the characters in Grand Theft Auto V? Lindsay Lohan does, and according to TMZ, the scandal-surrounded actress has contacted her lawyers and is in the process of suing the video game honchos for using her image without her permission. Apparently the game features a woman who looks Lindsay-ish, and the character comes complete with an egotistical attitude and desire to escape the paparazzi. Sound familiar?
Headlines and social media posts erupted on Saturday afternoon, as tragedy struck when The Fast and the Furious star Paul Walker and pro-racer Roger Rodas died in a fiery car crash in Southern California. Parallel to the outcome of the horrific event, the fate of the popular movie franchise was not looking good, since production for the seventh installment featuring Walker was already underway. However THR has reported that Fast & Furious 7 will not be scrapped. The Universal team met on Sunday and decided that, »
- reelz staff
Some of Paul’s fans are reportedly paying tribute to the actor by doing ‘The Fast and the Furious’-style stunts in the area where he fatally died in a horrific car crash, endangering other drivers. Read on for more details.
Paul Walker, 40, was known for his gripping portrayal of car racer Brian O’Conner in The Fast and the Furious franchise — so some fans are doing donuts and burning rubber to mourn the actor’s tragic Nov. 30 death. However, police are reportedly cracking down on offenders who are caught speeding and doing stunts near the scene of the crash.
Paul Walker’s Burning Rubber & Doing Stunts Near Crash Scene
Police are citing offenders and impounding the vehicles of fans doing dangerous stunts, like burn-outs, donuts and other racing acts where Paul and Roger Rodas crashed in Santa Clarita, Calif., reports TMZ.
One of the outlet’s producers even witnessed »
- Ivy Jacobson
Paul Walker's father has expressed the heartbreak he feels over his son's untimely death. "I'm just glad that every time I saw him, I told him I loved him. And he said the same thing to me," Paul Walker Sr. said to CBS2's Greg Mills. "His heart was so big," Walker Sr. added, "I was proud of him every day of his life." Walker Sr. and his wife raised Paul and his three siblings in Sunland, Calif. "His brothers are all taking it pretty hard," he added. Photos: Paul Walker: His Off-Screen PassionsPaul also leaves behind a daughter, »
- Sheila Cosgrove Baylis
Yesterday, we reported the tragic news that beloved actor Paul Walker passed away at the age of 40, after a horrific car crash in Valencia, California. While Hollywood morns the loss of this talented man, his work will be remembered and loved for ages. Although he was best known for his work in The Fast and the Furious franchise, he shined in a number of other films before, during and after that popular series. Here are our eight favorite roles that Paul Walker gave to the world.
Before becoming fast and furious as Brian O'Conner, Paul Walker shined as high school hero Skip Martin in this 1998 Gary Ross classic. The story centers on two siblings (Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon) who are mysteriously transported inside a classic television series that is set in an idyllic small town, where everything is sunny side up. This role showed Paul Walker's true potential as a leading man, »
Paul Walker's final few hours were dedicated to people in need. Before he lost his life in a car crash on Saturday, the actor attended his Reach Out WorldWide charity car show in Valencia, Calif., to help those affected by Typhoon Haiyan and the Illinois tornados. During his last few hours, the star was thrilled to see how many toys had been collected for the children suffering as a result of those devastating storms. "He was excited because we got more toy donations than expected," Bill Townsend, 48, a friend of Walker's through the automotive scene, tells People. "Paul said to me, »
- Ken Lee and Sheila Cosgrove Baylis
In a tragic turn of events, actor Paul Walker died in a fiery car crash this past Saturday at the age of 40. He was in the middle of shooting his latest franchise sequel Fast & Furious 7. Production was on hiatus throughout the Thanksgiving holiday, with shooting to resume yesterday. Universal Pictures held a meeting on Sunday to discuss the state of the film. With most of the movie already done, they have decided to delay production, but the film will continue on. The studio released the following image and statement.
""All of us at Universal are heartbroken. Paul was truly one of the most beloved and respected members of our studio family for 14 years, and this loss is devastating to us, to everyone involved with The Fast and the Furious films, and to countless fans. We send our deepest and most sincere condolences to Paul's family."
The entire cast was scheduled »
Paul’s co-star, Tyrese, couldn’t hide his heartbreak when he visited the crash site where his good friend was tragically killed.
Less than 24 hours after Paul Walker tragically died in a car accident on Nov. 30, his Fast and Furious co-star Tyrese Gibson visited the crash site, where he immediately broke down in tears. In a video, he openly sobs while holding a yellow lily that he eventually places on a mound of flowers in memory of Paul, 40, and the driver of the car, Roger Rodas, 38.
Tyrese Breaks Down At Paul Walker’s Crash Site
The actor could not contain himself as he left a few flowers for his fallen co-star, while onlookers gave him space to grieve. He stayed for a few minutes to pay his respects, and then walked away stoically.
Tyrese, 34, expressed his pain in a tweet on Nov. 30 after he learned the sad news:
My heart »
- Ivy Jacobson
It was a chilly Sunday on the Atlanta set of “The Fast and the Furious 7,” and though the cast wouldn’t scatter for a weeklong Thanksgiving break for another 48 hours, Paul Walker’s mind was already on his charity event. During a down moment, Walker assembled a few castmates for a quick photo. With a message in support of disaster relief organization Reach Out Worldwide, the pic (above) would become the last he’d ever send from a movie set to his 9.2 million-fan Facebook page. Tuesday came and the cast decamped, including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who tweeted a playful farewell-to-Atlanta. »
- Josh Dickey
There may be some answers surrounding the crash that took actor Paul Walker and driving pal Roger Rodas' lives on Saturday, Nov. 30. CNN reports that drag racing may have caused the deadly crash, and that a second vehicle may have been involved. Los Angeles County Sheriff Sgt. Richard Cohen told the news agency that investigators received a phone tip suggesting another car was at the scene. Rodas and The Fast and the Furious star -- 40 years old at the time of his death -- were riding [...] »
This Weekend we broke the sad news that actor Paul Walker passed away on Saturday after being involved in a fatal car accident. The California native was a passenger in a friend’s car, driving back from an event for the star’s charity Reach Out World Wide, when they lost control which led to a horrific crash.
Walker was just forty years old, and adds to the growing list of celebrities who have been taken too soon, joining people such as River Phoenix, Brittany Murphy and Heath Ledger. He came to the world of film after a stint as a model, something that he has gone back to in recent years as a spokes-person for male fragrance brand Davidoff. It was supporting roles in teen films She’S All That and Varsity Blues that saw him start to get noticed. From here he made a little known film called The Fast And The Furious. »
- Kat Smith
This weekend saw Hollywood lose another of it’s stars. Paul Walker, best known for his role as Brian O’Conner in The Fast And The Furious, was victim of a fatal car crash. The nature of his death, coupled with the fact that he was only forty has left everyone saddened and stunned. It’s now being reported production on Fast & Furious 7 has been halted for cast and crew to process their grief while Universal looks at how to move forward.
The last twenty-four hours have seen the world of social media ablaze with reactions from all corners of the film and television community. The beautiful thing about all tweets, Facebook updates, etc, is the overwhelming outpouring of love and respect for the star. The responses of those closet to him, his co-stars on Fast 7, are as expected gut-wrenchingly sad. The really striking thing though is that even people »
- Kat Smith
Los Angeles, Dec 2: After the sudden death of Hollywood actor Paul Walker, his girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell is reportedly devastated.
The 40-year-old actor died Saturday in a crash after a charity car show in Santa Clarita, California.
The two first got together when "The Fast And The Furious" star was 33 and she was just 16-year-old.
Gosnell, who lives in Santa Barbara, is being comforted by her mother, Julie, as she struggles to cope following the horrible accident.
"Paul was a really good guy and Jasmine is broken up by this. I went to Thanksgiving with him, played golf with him," Gosnell's uncle. »
- Amith Ostwal
Feature Matt Edwards 3 Dec 2013 - 06:46
At Den of Geek, we have spoken once or twice about our appreciation for action cinema powerhouse that is Jason Statham. Simply put, we’re fans of his work.
When the opportunity to spend a little bit of time on the phone with Jason came up, we were obviously thrilled. I reasoned that the best way to start the conversation would be tell him everything I loved about Crank, but after completing my list of bullet points it became apparent that this approach would leave no time to ask him any questions. I abandoned the Crank list, assuming that you’d all sooner read what the man himself has to say. Besides, he’d surely just assume I loved Crank.
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While undeniably tragic, it's fitting that Paul Walker lost his life in a car accident. It wasn't just his career that was defined by the adrenaline-soaked automotive orgies of the Fast & Furious series; his whole life hummed with a love of cars. A friend of mine, during a junket for Fast & Furious 6 this year, found him to be distant and unresponsive until she asked him a question about cars, at which point he all but grabbed her by the hand and giddily dug around inside an engine for her. This »
- Stuart Heritage
The untimely death of actor Paul Walker this weekend raises numerous questions about the future of the massively popular franchise that made him a star. Production on the seventh installment of Universal’s Fast & Furious films will likely be delayed, and it’s unclear what adjustments will need to be made in the story or how many of Walker’s scenes were left to shoot.
The Hollywood Reporter and Variety reported this weekend that Universal execs met with director James Wan to discuss any necessary rewrites and how to continue production on the film following Walker’s tragic death. The »
- Laura Hertzfeld
Handsome American actor best known for his role as Brian O'Conner in the Fast and Furious blockbuster movie franchise
Paul Walker, who has died aged 40 in a car accident, combined unthreatening star charisma with preppy good looks and a canny commercial sensibility. Though he had shown promise in his early film roles, he could easily have become just another piece of well-dressed eye candy had it not been for his involvement in the colossally successful Fast and Furious franchise, which has grossed $2.38bn worldwide to date.
In 2001, the first film in the series, The Fast and the Furious, put a four-wheeled spin on the surfing-bank-robbers thriller Point Break. Walker took the Keanu Reeves role of the upstart undercover cop who infiltrates a criminal gang – in this case, a group of daredevil street-racers moonlighting as truck hijackers – before discovering a kinship with the renegades he is supposed to be apprehending.
The contrast between Walker, »
- Ryan Gilbey
Universal Pictures has released a bunch of new release dates for some of their upcoming films.
Their Mummy reboot will be released on April 22nd, 2016.
There's an Untitled Michael Mann cyberthriller that's been set for for January 16th, 2015.
Here's the press release with more details on these film.
About Untitled Michael Mann Project
Set within the world of global cybercrime, Legendary’s Untitled Michael Mann Project follows a furloughed convict and his American and Chinese partners as they hunt a high-level cybercrime network from Chicago to Los Angeles to Hong Kong to Jakarta. Directed and produced by Michael Mann, the film stars Chris Hemsworth, Viola Davis, Tang Wei and Wang Leehom, and it is written by Morgan Davis Foehl and Mann. »
- Joey Paur
We are very sad to report the news that Paul Walker has passed away in a tragic car accident in Southern California, aged just 40. Walker, who was best known for his role as Brian O'Conner in the blockbuster Fast & Furious series, was traveling as a passenger in a friend's car to attend a charity event for his organisation Reach Out Worldwide when it crashed on Saturday afternoon, with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirming that that both driver and passenger were killed at the scene.
Born in Glendale, California in 1973, Walker began his career as an infant appearing in television commercials, as well as appearing in a number of television shows in the 1980s. In 1998, he appeared in the comedy Meet the Deedles, leading to supporting roles in the likes of Pleasantville, Varsity Blues, She's All That and The Skulls before enjoying his breakthrough in 2001 alongside Vin Diesel in The Fast and the Furious. »
- Gary Collinson
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