The cast members of “Fast and Furious 8” paid tribute to co-star Paul Walker on his second death anniversary.
The cast took to social media to pay respect to the late actor.
Vin Diesel called Walker “my brother” on his Facebook account.
“No matter where you are in the universe…You Will Always Be My Brother”, Diesel wrote.
The actor also posted on Instagram a photo of him and Walker, superimposed with text that reads: “Brotherhood has no limits.”
Diesel, 48, has paid tribute to Walker several times in the past. In August, he dedicated his Teen Choice Award for “Furious 7” to his late friend. He also named his youngest daughter, Pauline, after him, People magazine noted.
Tyrese Gibson shared on Instagram a photo of him and Paul, saying he continues to struggle with the actor’s death. “It’s still not easy…… 2 years ago today… We lost our brother….. Today I’m just gonna lay low and process….. Clarity through Prayers and perspective is what I always seek and pray for. With a heavy heart I post this….. Please continue to pray for the Walker family and his real friends who was with him every single day…. They’re some of the best and strongest people I know…… I know you’re in heaven smiling and rooting for us all,” Gibson wrote.
He also shared a video of Paul sent to him by a fan.
Jordana Brewster, meanwhile, shared an image of Walker on Instagram, along with an inspirational quote by poet Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Brewster played Mia Toretto, the love interest of Walker’s character, Brian O’Connor, in the previous seven “Fast and the Furious” movies.
Ron Meyer, vice-chairman of NBC Universal, earlier admitted that future “Fast and Furious” movies will be different without Walker.
“Paul won’t be in it, but he’ll be represented in some form or another but whether his image is in it, I can’t tell you yet, but he won’t be in the film as a performer, as an actor, the way we did it last time. It will still be ‘Fast and Furious;’ it will just be without Paul,” Meyer told Variety in an interview.
There have been speculations that Walker’s character may return in the upcoming “Fast and Furious 8” by using CGI.
“Fast and Furious 8” is set to hit theaters in 2017.