'Fast and Furious 7' not being scrapped post Paul Walker's death
Paul Walker's death won't have an effect on the upcoming 'Fast and Furious 7' film, it has been revealed.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Universal brass had held a meeting Sunday morning to discuss the fate of the film and the team behind the action film is facing a delay in the production after the 40-year-old actor’s untimely death.
Sources have said that the movie will not be abandoned entirely and the cast is supposed to resume shooting soon.
Walker, along with the rest of the cast and crew of Fast 7 were supposed to return to Atlanta on Sunday to continue filming the big-budget film, which features extensive car racing.
Director James Wan and Universal executives have held a conference call to discuss the state of the film and how they should proceed after Walker’s death.
Walker had died in a single-car accident while he was attending a charity event for his organistation ‘Reach Out Worldwide’.
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