Los Angeles (USA), The Universal studio in April resume shooting the seventh installment of the multimillion dollar action franchise “Fast & Furious” after the death of its star Paul Walker, reported The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
Thus, the film’s director, James Wan, will have almost a year until the movie hits theaters on April 10, 2015.
Filming is expected to continue for about six to eight weeks, according to sources consulted by the publication.
Production was temporarily suspended after the car accident that killed Walker in Valencia (California) on 30 November.
The incident caused the release date of the film was delayed one year, and forcing changes in the script.
Walker, who embodied in the franchise to Brian O’Conner wrapped in a clandestine racing former policeman, died of “trauma and burns,” according to the autopsy report released by the Coroner’s Office in Los Angeles County.
The actor 40 years driving on a red Porsche Carrera GT driven by his friend Roger Rhodes, a businessman and pilot runs native of Santa Ana (El Salvador), who died on the spot.
The car was going at high speed, caught fire after crashing into a utility pole and a tree.
The popular, the most successful studio Universal Pictures, automotive saga has raised nearly 2.400 billion in box office worldwide.
The first installment was released in 2001, entitled “The Fast and the Furious“, which was followed by five more.
Walker finished before his death left “Brick Mansions”, an action movie with a script by Luc Besson, which will hit theaters on April 25. EFE.