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Fast and Furious | Tyrese Gibson recalls impact of Paul Walker’s death

Actor also revealed information from Fast and Furious 9

Tyrese Gibson, the Roman Pearce of The Fast and the Furious, recalled in an interview with EW magazine how the early loss of Paul Walker impacted the backstage of the seventh film in the franchise.

Brian O’Conner’s interpreter died in a car accident during a break from filming Fast and Furious 7 in 2013.

According to Gibson, all the fun of filming the plot was lost after the actor’s death. “I have more bad memories than good ones because of all the fun and all the magic we had before Paul Walker’s untimely death. The trauma of losing him overcame all that,” he said.

Returning to recordings, he said, was difficult. “The first thing we all said was, ‘What the hell are we doing here? What is the Fast and the Furious without Paul?’”.

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The actor even described Speed ​​7 as “beautiful, inspiring and painful”.

While backstage was tough, the film is the franchise’s highest-grossing film and grossed more than $1.5 billion at the worldwide box office.

Gibson even revealed his insights into the Fast and the Furious 9. “Justin Lin is a monster for doing what he does, but there will be a lot of things about our characters, our maturity and our vulnerabilities that people have never seen before.”

The next film in the franchise arrives in Brazilian cinemas on June 24 and already has a pre-sale date, check it out.

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