Fast and Furious 7 will not be scrapped following the untimely death of Paul Walker.
The Fast 7 crew, including Walker, were scheduled to return to Atlanta on Sunday following a Thanksgiving break to continue filming, but a source tells the The Hollywood Reporter that plans will only be delayed until Monday or Tuesday at the earliest. Sources also revealed that Walker, and his co-stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson were scheduled to travel to Abu Dhabi in January.
On Sunday, just nearly 24 hours after Paul’s untimely death, Universal executives and director James Wan reportedly held a phone conference to discuss the state of the film.
The 40-year-old was a passenger inside a red Carrera GT when driver, Roger Rodas, lost control and crashed into a tree killing both himself and the actor.