Future Of The Furious Franchise May Not Be That Dark Even After Paul Walker’s Death

By Anwesha Bose | 1 year ago
Future Of The Furious Franchise May Not Be That Dark Even After Paul Walker’s Death

“Fast & Furious 8” is to be shot without Paul Walker. ‘The show must go on’ is the motto for the Furious franchise who are showing no sign of breaking down after the unexpected demise of Paul Walker. Read on to know more.

It was during the shoot of “Fast & Furious 7” that a tragic accident had taken away Paul Walker aka Brian O’ Connor, to his heavenly abode. There has been huge anticipation among the people of the film and the fans for the completion of the film. There was a huge hustle to complete Walker’s final film. Even if the franchise had to say goodbye to Walker, they are confident of continuing more of “Fast & Furious.”


Without Paul Walker the franchise is schedule to move forward as their new installment “Fast & Furious 8” is scheduled to release in 2017. Fans are interested to know how the plot of this car chase centric film would be without its one of the important characters. Sources report that the enthusiasm centering the eighth film is amplifying and this film is bound to make a good noise in the box office, CinemaBlend reported.

It was being reported that due to the untimely death of Walker in the sets of “Fast & Furious 7,” the production will not anchor another installation. However, the series producer Neal H. Mortiz has recently explained that there will not be any break in the narratives of the films in this franchise. He stressed on the fact that the characters of the film will literally and figuratively be behind the wheel.

Based on the reports of ComicBook, the franchise do have other big budget stars to bank on like Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel and the other heavy weighted stars. It has been confirmed that “F&F 8” would shift their narrative elsewhere.

The Chairman of Universal Studios, Donna Langley has confirmed that the films in this franchise will be made without Walker. It is only after such confirmation that fierce debate arose whether Paul Walker should be killed in the film or if he should be driven off into the sunset.

All we can say is that nothing can be concluded before watching the movie. This new installment will make some impossible, POSSIBLE.

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