Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow, didn't take part in the new "I Am Paul Walker" documentary — and his brothers, Cody and Caleb, are now sharing insight into why.
Paul Walker’s mother, Cheryl, says on the morning of his death, he was in the best spirits as he sat in her kitchen with his daughter, Meadow, talking about holiday plans.
The late actor's life and career is spotlighted in a preview of the new documentary, featuring rare footage of Walker's home life.
Paul Walker's brother Cody has announced that he's starring in a new TV show. He and brother Caleb are also busy keeping Paul's legacy alive.
Paramount Network, Network Entertainment and "I Am Heath Ledger" producer Derik Murray will team for a comprehensive documentary look at the life and death of "The Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker. Adrian Buitenhuis, who directed the Ledger doc, will direct "I Am Paul Walker."
Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson and Tyrese are continuing their 'candy-asses' feud over the 'Fast and Furious' franchise. A look at everything that has transpired between the two.
Paul Walker's Daughter Meadow Shares Throwback Photo on His Birthday Encouraging Acts of Kindness
The late Paul Walker's brother Caleb and mother, Cheryl, talk about the actor, their memories of him, and Caleb's part in finishing his last movie.
It’s hard to believe it has been 16 years since the Fast and Furious crew first hit the big screen. The series about street racing has produced eight feature-length films and two short films and has become one of the biggest movie franchises of all time. Despite numerous cast changes, turmoil on set, and the unprecedented tragedy of Paul Walker’s untimely death in 2013, this series just keeps on going. With The Fate of the Furious opening on April 14, we thought we’d take a look back at all eight of the movie premieres.
The late Paul Walker’s beautiful daughter, Meadow, is becoming a model. The 18-year-old just signed with modeling agency Women Management. Meadow has 1.1 million Instagram followers, despite having only five photos.
Vin Diesel thought Furious 7 deserved to win Best Picture at the Oscars, a statement that was largely laughed off despite the sequel’s monster box-office haul. Director James Wan agreed that “See You Again” was snubbed by the Academy, but he took larger issue with the film being left out of the Best Visual Effects category, particularly for what VFX house Weta Digital was able to accomplish in seamlessly keeping Walker’s character Brian O'Connor “alive” until the film’s poignant end. “One was for the song, and the other one was for the visual effects.
Paul Walker’s daughter, Meadow Walker, has been awarded $10.1 million in a settlement from Roger Rodas’ estate. Rodas was driving the car Paul was traveling in when they were involved in tragic vehicle accident in 2013, killing them both.
Paul Walker tribute from 'Furious 7' by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth should have been a contender, both on its merits, and as a hook to increase telecast's viewership
The estate of Paul Walker has sued Porsche for negligence and wrongful death over the accident that killed the “Fast & Furious” star two years ago. Walker’s father, who is the executor of his son’s estate, filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles on Wednesday. The lawsuit claims the Porsche Carrera GT that Walker was riding lacked safety features that could have prevented the actor’s death when it crashed in Valencia, California, on Nov. 30, 2013.
The wreckage from Paul Walker’s fatal car crash. (Photo: Splash News; inset, Getty Images) Porsche has responded to Meadow Walker after the 16-year-old daughter of the late Paul Walker sued the auto manufacturer for negligence and wrongful death in September. In court documents filed on Nov. 12, the auto manufacturer says the actor was responsible for his own death. The Fast and Furious star died on Nov. 30, 2013 after he and his friend, Roger Rodas, crashed in Rodas’s 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.
Emotional Paul Walker Tribute at ‘Teen Choice Awards’ When the stars of Furious 7 won Choice Movie Action/Adventure at the Teen Choice Awards they paid a touching tribute to their late co-star, Paul Walker, and thanked his teenage daughter, Meadow Walker, for her support. Vin Diesel accepted the award for the group and said, “And since this is aTeen Choice Award you beautiful teens, there is one teen in the audience that is a part of the family that kept us going…her name is Meadow Walker.”
If you became a sobbing ball of tears during that touching send-off to Paul Walker in the closing minutes of Furious 7, you better get the Kleenex handy.
Some symbols have endured through the Fast and Furious franchise: Dominic Toretto’s cross pendant. The two-story craftsman bungalow was the spot where Dom (Vin Diesel) first shared a Corona with Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker).
It has been nearly 15 years since Rob Cohen helmed the surprise international hit The Fast and the Furious, about a group of close-knit, law-flouting street racers. While Cohen didn’t direct the subsequent sequels, he has remained in contact with the main cast, including directing Fast patriarch Vin Diesel in the 2002 extreme-sports action flick XXX. More recently, Cohen directed Jennifer Lopez in the successful low-budget thriller The Boy Next Door, still in theaters, and has other projects in the pipeline.
Vin Diesel says that while the two were shooting 'Fast & Furious' in 2008, Paul Walker insisted he go to the hospital for the birth of his first daughter, despite Diesel's concerns about the paparazzi following him.
Fake Vin Diesel is really Vin Diesel-y. We can’t believe it took this long for filmmakers to goof on the gazillion-dollar franchise, but here is the new trailer for 'Superfast,' a parody aiming straight for the funny bones of 'Fast and Furious' fans.
Never shy about his affection for the late Paul Walker — whom he fondly calls “Pablo” — Vin Diesel took to Facebook Tuesday to remember his Fast & Furious co-star, who died late last year. Along with his note, Diesel shared a new still photo from the film of him and Walker standing in a garage and looking solemn — a shot seemingly connected to a previously disclosed funeral scene from the film, which opens next year. The second photo that Diesel shared on Tuesday shows him as Torretto, wrapping his fists in tape.