The future of the movie “Fast and Furious ” is in limbo. After the tragic death of actor Paul Walker, executive producer of the studio “Universal” that are behind this achievement, had an mitting on Sunday to discuss the future of the film, reports “Hollywood Reporter.” According announced, filming will be delayed but not completely died out.
The production went on hiatus for “Thanksgiving” and was to resume this week in Atlanta, but after Walker’s death will be halted.
The director of ” The Fast and the Furious 7 ” , James Wen, meeting with the ” universal” discussed the future of the project , how to fix the script , and how to proceed in a way that would be appropriate with respect to the death of Walker .
Walker, who in the seventh sequel of the film interprets the role of Brian O’Connor, worked on the film in September.
According to some media dealing with the screen, it was not clear how far the movie, while according to others, the production is already more than half recorded.
On Saturday, the “universal” issued a statement after the tragedy:
“Each of us in the “universal“ feel big loss. Paul was truly one of the most beloved and respected members of this studio for 14 years, and this loss is devastating for us , everyone who is involved in “Fast and Furious ” movies and our many fans . Send our deep and sincere condolences to his family. ”
On November 30, Paul Walker died at age 40 in a car crash near Los Angeles. He and his longtime friend, Roger Rhodes, who was driving the car, were on their way to a charity event organization Paul Walker, “Reach out Worldwide”.