Paul Walkers brother Cody remains coy over Fast and Furious return for Brian OConner

Paul Walker

Paul Walker died in 2013, following a fatal car crash (Picture: WireImage)

Paul Walkers brothers, Cody and Caleb, stepped in to film his final scenes in the Fast And Furious franchise, following his shock death in 2013.

The actor, who played Brian OConner, was tragically killed in a car crash before he got round to completing Fast 7.

And, speaking exclusively to ahead of FuelFest UK, Cody left the door open to a potential return for Pauls character after his death.

You know theres a lot of things that are said about the franchise, theres a lot of rumours going around, he told us.

I think anything is possible and well see what the future has in store.

Fast and Furious 7

Paul Walker as Brian OConner (Picture; Universal)

There are a lot of things that are said out there, he added.

Theres a rumour that the franchise might go to outer space next, so you never know…



Nothing is off the table, never say never.

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Pauls co-stars, including Tyrese Gibson, Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, are currently shooting for the ninth instalment of the franchise in London, with Codys FuelFest event – commemorating Pauls life and passion for cars – taking place nearby in Chelmsford.

He sadly died aged 40, when the Porsche Carrera GT he was a passenger in spun out of control, exploding in a fireball after slamming into two trees.

But Cody insisted his brother wouldnt want anyone to be sad about the way he died – and that he wouldnt be angry that a car crash took his life.

Paul Walker's brothers. Caleb and Cody

Caleb and Cody Walker stepped in to film Pauls role for Fast and Furious 7 (Picture: Getty)

He wouldnt want us to be sad he wouldnt want us to cry over him, the 31-year-old vowed.

He would want us to just enjoy [ourselves], have fun and live life, and thats what this event is all about, just living life like he would want us to.

This is a celebration of cars, of Paul and his life, his legacy with [his charity] Reach Out Worldwide.



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This is exactly the world that he was so passionate about, that he loved. When he wasnt modifying his cars and collecting cars, he was at the racetrack honing his skills, and learning how to be a real proper driver.

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