Paul Walker's death: How his Fast and Furious costars have paid tribute

Scott Meslow
The Week

On Saturday afternoon, actor Paul Walker — best known for his leading role in Universal's Fast and Furious franchise — died in a car accident in Santa Clarita, California. He was 40 years old.

Shortly after TMZ posted a story reporting Walker's death on Saturday night, the actor's PR team confirmed the sad news using Facebook and Twitter:

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Since then, many of Walker's Fast and Furious costars have taken to Twitter and Instagram to express their grief and pay tribute:


Vin Diesel:


— Vin Diesel (@REAL_VinDiesel) December 1, 2013

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— Vin Diesel (@REAL_VinDiesel) December 1, 2013

— Vin Diesel (@REAL_VinDiesel) December 2, 2013

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— Vin Diesel (@REAL_VinDiesel) December 2, 2013


Jordana Brewster:



Dwayne Johnson:


— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) December 1, 2013


Gal Gadot:


— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) December 2, 2013


Tyrese Gibson:


— Vision Implementer (@Tyrese) December 1, 2013

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— Vision Implementer (@Tyrese) December 1, 2013

— Vision Implementer (@Tyrese) December 1, 2013

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— Vision Implementer (@Tyrese) December 2, 2013

— Vision Implementer (@Tyrese) December 2, 2013


Ludacris:



Sung Kang:



Director Justin Lin:



It's unclear how Walker's death will affect the future of the Fast & Furious franchise. Walker was in the process of filming Fast & Furious 7, which is currently slated for release in July 2014.

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