Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ManagerJosh, Dec 1, 2013.
Sad day in films!
I really loved his movies.
They've been re-running the entire Fast & Furious series lately, in anticipation for Fast and the Furious 6. And then, tonight, I find this news on facebook. What the ...#^@&?
F&tF6 is being released on December 10th for those of you who don't know. The timing is both weird and ...off. Just. Off.
Man, the franchise won't be the same anymore!
I'm very curious how they will film FF7. They just started filming in September.
Whoa. Really? They started filming a new F&F? Yeah, the timing is weird and off.
yea sucks, he just came off of a charity event for the typhoon in the Phillipines and apparently the road that his buddy was driving on were curvy/winding roads in a porche, ah, thanks for the good times and god bless
I don't think that really affects anything, seeing as they can get a new actor to fill his role.
But look at what a flop F&F3 was!
Very sad news, I liked Paul Walker in the Fast films But you can't ignore the irony of making films about high speed, insane driving and then dying in a car crash.
That is sad news. From what people say, he was a great guy.
I think his best movie undoubtedly was "Running Scared" and sad to see him pass away at such a young age. R.I.P
Died doing what he loved I guess. Speeding no doubt.
Well they are saying he was the passenger, so he was just along for the ride. But from looking at the pictures of the crash. I would guess that speed did play a part in it.
Defo I saw the photos on BBC.
I like to know what is causing Porsche cars to burst into flames. The same thing happened to Ryan Dunns car. I think both were side impacts.
Race In Peace Walker.
I've actually never seen Fast and the Furious, so that was just a general statement that applies to any show. For example, Charlie Sheen was fired and replaced in Two and a Half Men after he caused a ruckus.
I probably would feel a bit different if I watched Fast and the Furious, though.
Like I said before. Facebook/social sites killing forums? never going to happen.
I agree! Facebook is plague which needs to die.
People are usually more wary of what they'd post on a public forum.
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